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 28, 1899
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Indian River City
Coordinates: 28.5597205 x -80.7992207 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071722
oclc - 34175702
notis - AKR0021
lccn - sn 96027114
System ID: UF00075918:00017
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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. LOCAL NEWS BOOKS CLOCKS, Etc.-a nice assortment I-'. W. BEERS, OF ST. AUGUSTINE, A BIO CONSIGNMENT: OF TRUNKvalises -*, WE TAKE PU1DK: In showing our Im-
Titusvllle.at :Screven's Drug Store Fla., has the largest line of Bicyclesand \ and all styles of traveling\ bug, i lento assortment of Crash Suits that HOTELS
i of General Interest. Sundries In the State. Write him just received at
: And Topics range In price equal to those of the See
for prices on new '1 9 models. THE EAGLE CLOTHING: STOKE. largest dealers, ; not cheap: goods, but WHKIIE' to stop. list of hotel on

Beading notice ads. are ten cents OUR LINE OF :NEGLIGEE SHIRTS good; goods cheap. No trouble, but our 7th and t-th pages.;

I :r line on this page. Is up to date in style, fit, patterns of -Attorney C. T. McCarty, of Ankona DEATH OF MRS. KEN VON. pleasure to it you In one of these The ADVOCATE: U now on Ills at all

{per material, etc. ; all being full regular was in town a short while on Wednes comfortable suits. the bent hotels In New York city.
I _Mr C. A. Robinson of Eden has made, and the cheapest of them is silk day. Our last TIIK EAGLE Cr.oTiiiNo STott It.
townspeople night
I on a trip to Jacksonville this week. sewed. Manager II. F. Heroin! of the Royal
been shocked to hear of the death of Mrs.
-Mr. F. W. Lyman, who has been
Victoria hotel Nassau has boon
I want good results, you will THE EAGLE CLOTHING STOKE. [?haa. K. Kenyon, of bunbcam. Since spending i
H you spending the winter at Georgians, ar- MR. FLAGLER VISITS'TITUS- a few days In :St. Augustine thus '
I find the ADVOCATE, excellent advertising uedintown yesterday afternoon. He the birth of her little boy, about two week '

I medium. -Mrs. R. F. Hall, of Georgians, arrived Is on his way to Deer Lodge, Tenn. weeks ago, she had been ailing; and although VILLE.

Isaac A. Stewart of DeLand, in town yesterday. she received every possible inedcnl Hotel Magnolia St. Augustine, hall j

-Judge until Wednesday. TWENTY-FIVE CENTS WILL BUY attention and had professional Mr..Henry M. Flagler, who has been closed Its doors until next season.
from Tuesday
iu in town -Attorney II. F. Atkinson, of Miami, yourself a Crash hat for hot weather nurse and. sister with her, she succumbed on a trip as far as Miami I stopped olT Messrs.[ Palmer A; McDowell did a tine

arrived in town yesterday.Mr. wear atTHE to bowel trouble last night at nine hero about three o'clock Sunday afternoon tourist business while open.

-Train Master D. P. Wing, of St. Wade Jones has returned to EAGLE CLOTHINO STOKE. o'clock. to Inspect his new railroad pur Mr. James C Gray, night clerk at the

Augustine, was in town a day,or so this town; from his visit to his orange groveat Deceased leaves husband, a little chase the 'fit IIsvt11..-} nterprllle brunch Alcazar, Sw Augustine/ will have tho
-Dr. R. II. Thomas has been induced
seek Klondike. girl, 2. years old, and a little\ boy about of the J., T. & K. W. Ry. Ho arrived position of chief clerk at the Churchill -
by his friends to become
many a can- weeks old
two to mourn her sad loss.
_Mr. J. D Crabb, of Cocoa, was Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold didate fur re-election to JaekRonvl1e'lI'Tnwn \ The husband and family of the departed on a special\ train, looking remarkablywell Hotel, Stamford, Conn., tho coming
In health and!
the pleasant callers at this office Divine service Cocoa Council. It Is said that he has was accompanied by season \
among at on :Sunday next one-who was a must estimable
Vlce-iuesldent J. R. Parrotf, and: Vice-
en Wednesday. .at 10:30: a. m. and 7:30 p. m. made a good representative, and his lady-have the heartfelt sympathy of president, K. W. I'arsnnsTraflio. Manager Manager S. Graham, of Hotel Biscayne !

-State's Attorney J. D. Beggs: of Or- Roadmaster E. Ben Carter, of the friends In Jacksonville hope' to see him our townspeople In his unfortunate bereavement ; J. P. Beckwlth, Gen'l. Kupt. It. T. Goff, Miami, passed through Tltusvlllo

lando, has been in town this week, at- F. E. C. Ry., passed through here yesterday re-elected. :. Contractor J. A, McOulin and Dr. A. Wednesday, Having he was off to Middle-
The funeral will\ take at LaGrange town Springs Vt. whore ho has leased .
place ,
tending court. -Writing the ADVOCATE a Anderson Mr.
en route to St. Augustine, Iroma yesterday, FI\jler'lIlhyslclan.:
-Messrs. J. R. Crapo and Levi! W. trip south. well-known Jacksonville merchant sajs! ; Cemetery; to monow rooming. By Invitation of Mr. FlaglerAttorney Hotel .Montvort for the'811ml11er season.

I Sheppard, of Jacksonville, spent several "Although the time for which I insertedmy Geo. M. Bobbins and Messrs. J. O. Walton We are now 'able to supply all ournorthern ,,
-Contractor J A. McDonald[ he
says ad. has continue the and Chas. II. >Walton boarded his
I in town this week.. expired, please MARRIED AT ROCKLEDGE.On friends with an Illustrated t.
days can give employment to all the carpenters ad., for I have had good results from it private car at the railway crossing, pamphlet of the palatial Florida East ;

-Col. W. G. Winans, a prominent on the East Coast on the new hotel is far south as Miami. Success to you where the above party wore joined by Coast hotels bend two cent stamp to"'
Tuesday afternoon, at 12:15: o'clock,
I of Eden, was among be is erecting at Nassau. :Now is your and Danker Win. M. Blown and Mr. E. L. \
pineapple grower your pink paper. pay postage; to the ADVOCATE office 11Lusvllle ,
Mr. Geo. W. Skelly of JanesvJIle Win. ,
week. time, if need work. ,
this you
I arrivals in town Urady, of this place. Fla. :\
-Mr. Chas. Davies, recently general was married to Miss Emma Hardee, second "
-Judge D. L. Gaulden returned to -Mrs. Ainsworth, Miss J. W. Ains- agent! of the Indian River Steamboat Co., daughter of Senator G. /S.: Hardre, After the arrival of the train nt the Chief Room Clerk Fred C. King, of 1'\

I town the first of the week, after spending worth and Mr. and Mrs J. W. Bertus, returned to his home in Jacksonville, on of Rockledge.: The wedding took placeIn steamboat wharf, Mr.[ Flagler/ and officials Hotel Royal 1'01nclll1I1'1101 Beach, has .
made examination of the what. f
week or so in Tallahassee. who have been spending the winter at this remain there the parlor of the bride's a cursory
a morning's train to parents, and the town and then returned to the boon spending a week or no at tho Auditorium -
I CLOTHING 'STORE is Oceanus, passed through here, Wednesday permanently. Mr. Davies is a man 'of Archdeacon B. F, Brown nfllclatlng. hutel" Chicago; but the flllsey }
THE EAGLE rain which left for Enterprise and In-
slaughtering the prices on Ladies'Oxfoids. en route to their home at lima, Ky. considerable ability in steamboat and The wedding was a quiet one; and beyond mediate, points about four o'clock. house, Now York, will soon bo made
/size: still quite complete. -Our town has had quite a numberof railroad circles, and wo regret: to lose the Immediate. nicwbi'ia of the Flags were i living/ from many buildings: pleasant by his presence.
hiM as a resident of our town. We wish family present, the ADVOCATK was Informed *
railway officials in it this week, all\ of In town the ADVOCATE
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ives who have him In his field of the following WHO the only Tho ADVOCATE U Informed that Mr.
whom machined to leave a dollar or two every success new ,
building. -In honor of Mr. Flagler's arrival O. 1) n.
the winter at Eau Gallie in attendance Mesdames/ Chlliln / v"'y, a former popular manager
been spending,: behind! at the hotels boarding houses labor. quests : + ,
through here Monday en routeto 1 A. Uatdec Travis Hill Geiger Miss and a largo concourse of people of Hotel Ponce do Leon, St. Augustine/ ,
passed ;
and stoics. The newspapers "were not -Mis. J. A. Lovelace, wife of Purser ,iNxembled at the station to give him analVicepresident him boon appointed superintendent of
Viva Hill Messis. Andrews
Grand Rapids, Mich. ; singleton
In It. Lovelacethe popular and well-known and Gingrans. J, It. Parrott a glad welcome tho Plant btstem of hotels., Wo wish

-Attorney R. II. Seymour, of Kissimmee -Mrs. C. C. Curtiss and family left purser on board the steamer Miami, accompanied The bride looked quite charming In a :Several inomliois'of the basil of him all\ success
accompanied Attorney Geo. A. by her sister Hiss Irene Trade were also on hand to welcome the
here Wednesday for Lake Charles, La., costume of handsome blue silk while
Mr. John Anderson
Worley to West Palm Beach on Wednesday where they will remain until Octobei.Mis. '. Do I mar, who have teen in Savannah and the wore the conventional black .F, E C. Railway officials, and It wan re one of the popular
groom of Hotel Ormoml
and returned here yesterday. Curtiss will visit her uncle, Mr. Green Cove Springs for sumo time past, which suited him admirably.After netted by many that their time was ton managcis wi.uaimsHtMigur
sunth bounal
-Gen'l.! Freight Agent II. S. Kealthofer Andrews, a prominent resident of the stopped over in Titusville from Friday the wedding the happy couple limited to make a longer stay In our train, on route on yesterday's to Pitts Island, whore I

of the F. E. C. Ry., has been spending above place. until :Saturday, on their way to Miami, received hearty congratulations/ ,, and town.Mr. Flagler to bo he will be tho guest of his, friend, Mr.
where will the appealed quite
they Bumm'r.They
a couple of days iu town this week then started on their honeymoon trip to J N. W, Pitts for
Mis. and of Fort u days. General
Benj. Hogg son, were the guests of their cousin, pleased with his vinlt, and we hope it
He was accompanied by Mr. W. Banks, Jaynesville, Wia., stopping off at Jacksonville I Anderson hl" father ,
,. Pierce, stopped over here from Wednesday Mis. L. C. Biauning, while in town. The and other will not bo long/ ere ho makes another accompanied
I his Chattanooga points
stenographer.Mr. until Thursday on their way to Titusville Social Club gave Mis. Love- en route., A large circle, of friends were trip to Tlttlllvlllo.A Mrs. C. I). Tyler and children, of St.
A. of Gomez and liar- Punta Gorda, where they will join Cap- lace and sister dance have
Goldy, a complimentary at the station to bid them adieu, showering Augustine, /gone to the Lake house
wood, left for his home in England on tain Hogg, on board the schooner E. C. while in town. them with rice and throwing old Lake Ocoigo, N. Y., where Mrs. Tylerwill

Wednesday to spend the summer. Mr. L. They will then sail for Fort Ple1ce. -Among the down liver people in shoes after them for good luck.' MONEY MAKING CROP. \ bo during the summer Mrs. Tyler

Goldy is in the orange and pineapple -Mr. L. A. Brady's house in South town; this week were the following: Tom The bride is u very bright and talented la tho proprieties of ,the st. George '1

business.Mr. Titusville, which is being enlarged,: will Paine[ St. Lucie; A. J; Lewis, Fort young lady, and her hosts of friends Mr, I). R. PlUbry, of ,Jacksonville, hast hotel In tho Ancient City, and reported i

W. E. Gerow, of Jacksonville, be completed by the end of this week. Pierce; Jno. II. bams, M. S. Sams, J. along Indian River tender her hearty been t in town a couple of days 'thin week, an excellent business during/ tho pant '

the well-known representative of the When, It is finished it will make a fine DeVoebams, Courtenay; Mrs.[ O. Quart- ratnl"tllln8-wlshlng her a long life endeavoring to, Interest farmers In the winter Tho ADVOCATE follows.

Standard Oil Co., was In town from ap earance. Mr. and .M I'S. Brady expect erman and daughter, Canaveral; J. T. of connubial bliss and prosperity The growing of cassava, which In said to bo ITotol Colonnades, at City Beautiful,

Monday until Tuesday, when he left for to move into the house some time Bethel, R. A. Swearingen, F. M. Tyler, groom U said to be a young man of i quite a money-making; crop He thinks which has been under the ablo and successful 1

other points south. next week. Fort Pierce; C. II. Baulerson, Miami; sterling. ,good: qualities, and came herewith this section Is just the place to grow It, management of Mr. Jas. P. Yin-

-Land Commissioner. E. Ingraham, II. A. I la id ee, :Sebastian; James Andrews excellent credentials. lIe Is successfully and says that If he can get farmers oufilclently lug/ during! tho pant winter, will\ probably -
-Mr. and Mrs. Reid and
Northrop In cultivation
Eden;Tom Tiger and Billy Ham, : engaged in the mercantile cassava chose for tho'Moa80n on Thursdaynext
children who have cruise looking as brown as a berry, was a passenger
been the demand ho will have
on business. to supply a
down Monday's northbound train, Everglades\; ; John N. Waller, ,Ankona; when 31 r. Vlnlng/ /and his genial
Indian River Ti- on
passed through Wm. II. Sharpe, Sharpes; J. F, Woolen, The ADVOCATE!: joined their many cassava factory erected III Titusville. wlfo expect to leave* for their summer
tusMlle, Wednesday, en route to their on his way to :St. in Augustine Dade from a trip Mr. Cocoa; John Houston, Eau Gallic; Will friends In wishing them every happiness Mr. Pllftbry, who U an expert In cassava, hotel, The Greylock, at Wllllamstown,
in St. Louis Mo. to; various places county started In DeLand
and on Ballard, LaGrange; O. S. Hardee, Rock- and prosperity as they passed through cultivation, a factory Mass[ i
ngiabam[ is quite an explorer, Titusville Wednesday on their to some time ago, and the sample of cassava -
Indian River Baud eptertained ledge G. A. Woiley, Miami. way
Tom this occasion, visited the furthermost ; Wisconsin.A utaicli. made there, and which he Proprietor J. O. Bant, of tlio Indian

I performance Tiger and Billy Ham, at their muchto band : point of the Florida peninsula.Mrs. -Silas S. Weir, of Brooklyn, at the showed us, is of a very superior quality River hotel, Tltusvillo, has loused the ,

the pleasure on Monday of these evening two Seminole, .1. W. Ballantine and Miss Windsor last night, was speaking of Vegetable Express Truln. Ho Bays that: if ho can Induce the fl&l'lU. hotel for another year, and will have associated

Indians from the Everglades. Helen B. Valentine, after enjoying a few Hugh McLaughlin, of that city, as a polItician era In this nelghboihood to plant 100 with him I In Its managementCol.

weeks' visit at Auburndale, Fla., have and said:, "I was down on Indian acres In cassava, that will warrant the W. O. WlnaiiH, of the "Old Gaurd,"
-Vegetable growers along the East left for their northern home at /Somerville : River last month, and knowing Mr. On Wednesday! a fait vegetable train building\ of a factory. of New York, who own a beautiful ,

| Coast are requested to take note of the N. J. where the ADVOCATE fol- McLaughlin, called on him. He told passed through Titusville on Its way to The Board of Tiado held a special villa. and [plantation overlooking the '
adL of McComb & Co., growers and ship- lows., We hope to see Mr. and Mis., me that his Florida trip 'had made him Miami, wl.ero It was to load up for meeting last night, at which Mr. PlUbry Indian\ River at Kdeu. This will enable

Wrs: of 279 Washington St., New York. Ballantine, and Miss Helen on Indian feel like a new man, but he was getting Jacksonville. It will run dally, except dated that a factory would probably bo Mr. Bant to devoto moro of his time to

This firm is bidding for a share of your River next winter. too old to fool with politics any more. Monday. This train will consist of a$ located at Tltusvlllo, provided 400 acres other Interests that claim his attention.Col. .

patronage. Read their ad. on 4th page. If McLaughlin is the shrewdest politicianwe many /Southern Express Company cars were planted cassava, for which the Winans' large acquaintance and

rr -Mr. Frank E. Howe, who has been ever had in Brooklyn, and there are as may be necessary to accommodate the DeLand factory pays $0 per ton; that an popularity\ nil a genial gentleman will\
Chas. A. Merritt, of St. Augustine connected with the Palm Beach Daily thousands of people who .will regret to business along the East Coast, and will acre would produce: from j to 15 tons, have a tendency to Increase the already

I passed through here, Monday, en News during the past winter, and also see him olf of the political stage. Ills be pulled by one of the Florida East and that the F. E. C'!. Ry would probably largo patronage of this hotel
route to Fort Pierce, to attend to some for the Times,Union Coast mogul passenger englnen. The .
conespondent deliver Tltusvlllo at ton
it at $1.00
special advice is always sought by members of per
in connection with the F. E. C. here is scheduled to make connections Manager. J. I'. Greaves, of the Alca
Ratters and Citizen, passed through liis party, but he says he is positivelyand train : from any place[ on IU line, ait Iho JT) .
will tho
at tit. comingsummer
zar : Augustine
Mrs. Department. On Tuesday Tuesday, en route to his home at Montpelier emphatically out of It." -Jacksonville with all the fast passenger trains' out of 1 & K. W, Icy had done this. The Board / ,
Meiritt joined him at Fort' Pierce; Vt., where he will occupy a position Metropolis. Jacksonville, both cast and went. /Such: of Trade appointed a committee, of return to the Oriental HoteJI

also his chief clerk, Mr. Upp. as city editor of the Daily Record.Mr. desirable service us this, furnished by which Wm. M. Brown Is chairman, t. Manhattan Beach, Coney Island
the East Coast and the Southern Express Mr.[ Asa /S: Loornls, who, as most of our
-Sheriff R. J. Chillingwoith, of West James Andrews, of Eden ,stopped canvas the county to see If the farmers reader are aware ls now as for several
Palm F. )0: C. Ily. Property. Companies cannot but be ,
Beach, came to town Tuesday until Tues- would agree/ to plant -I')0)( acres Thus
up here from Saturday year past, performing the duties of
the truckers the
preciated by
'0 take committee all those who do-
charge of a drummer, whose when he left for St. Augustine.! request room clerk at the Alcazar will accompany
day, East Coast who have labored hard to ,
presence the truck of Dade of Master Mechanic George Miller\ of the sire to plant cassava to sign the follow
glowers some fine samples pine- Manager (braves and "hold thefort"
county needed. The bbeilff said he had He brought up the Florida East Coast Hallway, has been in produce crops( this season bupt.: C. L. Ing agieoiueot and mall at once: >
which are growing on plantation OH chief clerk of tho Oriental hotel
appUs cf Savannah
been [ passed through
this week claiming the lolling Myern, ,
had receiving vegetables, and the growers of Miss Tibbals, of New York: who Block Palatka belonging to,the Titusville branch Titusville Wednesday on the afternoon ."Mr. Wm. M, Brown, Tltiuvillo, o1a. Instead of going to Mackinac Island,

received nothing in return. will hip) about 1,000 elates from her of the Jacksonville, Tampa/ and, Key train, and said ho would return on tlio I agree: to plant cos'es. I in ca- Mich, thin nil turner, Mr. Loomis lit a ;

place at Eden the coming summer. :she West Railway, recently purchased by vegetable express, which panned through save and to pay for the need at $:..1.(11)( ) or New Yorker acquainted with every typoof

THE EAGLE CLOTHING' STOKE has, bas five acres of pineapples under cover. the East Coast Railway. yesterday en route to Jacksonville. 2.50! per nero In cash or with my note, humanity to bo mot over the registerand

write buys in knee pants, a largo as- callers at this due! at maturity of the crop and secured prepared! to meet it. Ho Is courteous ,
the pleasant
and and hall hobt of
obliging a
"iimentof Crashes andtteins lien snld *
Ducks by a on
\'al'I\1I1S office on Monday was Mr. J. 1>. lUhner, Good Itoacln. lVatttel friend throughout tho United Mates. ;
\ washable -
p In percales; all general passenger agent of the . . 'Tomllnxon will
itiKids/ for assistant : Mr Harvey hold /a position I .
hot weather .
wear.fiom who left mi the 10:10;: train, family of 3 no children position on blgnatute, t ;I'o: "
Ages ;a j to 15. Prices the lowest. F. E. 0. By., The Florida Good Roads Associationwill By an steward at the Oriental tho coming -
to ti
for Sanford and Intermediate points, meet in the Hoard of Trade building dairy; truck or I poultry farm. Can furl season.
for his road, ieturn- tefe' .
attend to business nish ences
.\ llure Chance. log here the-same evening and leaving/ Jacksonville, Wednesday, May 3, at 10 a. W. F. FUKLO.YO, TltiiKVllle tit Ntiiifonl.
trainon m. All\ persons interested In the question Northerner Returning&,: j
for[ St. Augustine on the 5'W:: a. m. Titusville, Fla.
1 have> a In good He came down from St. of improved highways are Invitedto Since the purchase of the TltimvllleKnlerprUo t
long; Tuesday.
IatwillcatboatISft. ;
: An Interesting meeting Should visit Tryon, on the Blue Jtidge/
be ,
oAdi.iou, that| exchange for a Augustine on Sunday, for the purpose present.Low railroad rates. For Sale, branch of the J,, T. & K, W. south of Anhovllle. IU climate Is unsurpassed -
Is expected.
hugs or good cow. Address: of inspecting the station offices of the By, by Mr. JI. M. Flagler, the pantiungtrtrain ) for healthfulness, and Its

b'AM NOKTOX, defunct J., '1'. & K. W. branch, appointing About 2,000 feet of R. H. Iron; weighs to Stanford has been leaving tile mountain scenery U singularly beautiful; ,,

Titusville,. Fla. new agents, etc. EiGIIT-FT, AERMOTOU WIND :MILL, -2.1lb.. to the foot Price ;lie in. per foot East Coast station at 10:10: / a, in., and society very Denial and musical; excellent '.
tower one galvanized storage at Coiutcnay duck returning at 0:50 In charge of
bteel: ( Waddell hoard and large pleasant rooms, "
GIVING tank; one 21bbl. H-\a\ cypress tank; Call or write, EUWAUO MTII.I.VU, Conductor W, B. who haw been In u d.\lghtfullocatlon\ may bo found at
will\ T0 TIIE LATE FREEZE, I -Any subscriber who wants to buy a one ItxStMn. drive well point; one Cocoa, Fla. appointed to that position by the )', K. Miss EDITH SMITH',

cced now close out my stock at re- round-trip ticket, meals and berth Included ''jxltt-in. brass cylinder. New, never C.ItyCo.Teachers'. Tryon, N, C, .
prices. No old stock ; everytning the Clyde Line, would do will be sold Writeto Hcii Your ---
new this over been set up;, cheap. HaveIulley:: by winter. of the ADVOCATE -
well to write the editor ,
,OrocerlcH to tlm l\ugllull" ,
ED. :STILIXG, Cocoa, Fla. Titusville, Fla., for price. We also EDWAKD STILIXO, Cocoa, Fla. Hotel For Hale. '
have a round-trip ticket over the Mallory Grocery Co., .'acklJou.v -

rOt Sale-New Furniture Line, between Brunswick and New ----- III c, Florida Will be held In the publlo schoolhouse '
I Cut In Two Hotel Bullovuo for lalll; 31) room, finnl-
York for sale. No. Titusville. )0'11JUDO flth.
tle..t second-hand- 19)-lbs. granulated sugar,, 11.00 7th and 8th. Text books In theory ant, turn; extensive lawns; out-bulldings,
;1 prices In any quanti- 20-lbs.( white C . . 1.00 etc. Everything/ In good lepalr' Cost
Comnayruit' psychology
practice ,
Price on pure White Plymouth Rock ; 0.000, price $:.1,000 400 yards from de-
. 1.00 ;
WM. R. For Sale, half 12-lta. gieen coffee.. education, can be purchased of
for hatching at price after
CAMPBELL! eggs 9-Ibs. Arbuvkle'i coffee . 1.00 Burgess Smith, No. 7 Whitehall bt., pot. East Coast Write to

"Bellevue," and varieties May 1. U. FIUKDLAXUKK I). d. bacon, per pound ,0!} Atlanta Ga. (Question* In history relating W. it. OA J'ny.LI., Melbourne, Fla.
Fla. five Interlachen Fla.
Melbourne U :3t ..
Pineapple slips of Breakfast bacon, .0 I and .10 to Florida will be taken from '-" ---" -... -- --

; July delivery. Enquire Eden I la. Shoulder, . .tl.1 Green'* History of Florida. A few copleu WILL HAVE IN A few days some
toekletlge, Indian Hirer, t.f JAMES ANDREws, Titusville Laundry. Picnic t" ,< are on hand Iu my office, price $1 10 nicely painted und stenciled /H'Ulniz'M

lIas | Bent bam. . . ,10 each. Fall bank History Florida can Florida wheelbarrows oarta. Remember i

b one of the attractive andP'1oridlockeyd row. )[ra. Geo. Cook, of Tituiville\ Is now 10( -lbs. butterine. . . . 1.40 be obtained of Drew A Co, Jacksonville, we are tho only ones on tha

stores on the East Coast of FOR SALE-One 10-ft. fastened cypress, brass prepared to do laundry work of every Write for prices on other groceries price $l.23.: For further Information, East Coast who handle these goods.

l1eeQ can find everything you boat, new All varnished copper natural wood; description. All work.guaranteed./ Good delivered to depot In Jacksonville address JNO. II, SAMH, They will be itold at a reduced price.

s specI f: te. Fitting out cruising parties trimmings to' build will sell Leave your washing at G, F. Duren' MAUXOUA GUOCKIIY Co., Co. Supt. Public Instruction, Send In your order to

cost $83 Eu. STIUSO, Coco Fla. corner store, opposite ADVOCATE office. Jacksonville\ ):'11. 0.4t Courtenay, Fla. EDWARD Snuxu, Cocoa, Fla.

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hi -'- stand me to mean that you can do It In a THEY ALL LIKE THE ;"ADVOCAfE. OF* INTEREST TO FISHERMEN Mlllltt, Pearl or Cattail, 250. per' Ib. by mall; 15c. express o r
I#; Great Haste is Not SEEDS freight. German, best for hay, $2.10 per bushel Kaffir Corn
slip-shod manner and expect to ever sethe "
color of your money again, for like white and red, also Jerusalem corn, 20cU. per Ib. by mall; lOctl

, ; Always Good Spee all other business where a success U lb. by express or freight. Sorghum, early orange, 20cU per lb. by mail),
made, strict business prfnclples most be BOARD or TRADE ROOMS, The new fish law, which will be In- lOct lb. express or freight.

I Many people trust to tack applied. Do this In growing pineapplesat MAC-OS, U&, April 17, 18t19. troduced In the present ,Legislature' Is Peanuts, Spanish, $1.50 per bushel. Chufas, $3.b0 per bushel.
Eden and jou will not be disappoint-
.i Editor Indian Rit'r Advocate t as follows: Seed Corn in variety. .
to pull them through, and are ed. W. It. HARDEE.
Be It enacted by the Legislature of the
market prices.
Cow Teas,
1M Dear Sir-I quit concur with the remarks -
ft L often disappointed. Do not of J. E. Anderson, of New YOlk, State of Florida: Write for price \list.

dilly-dally in matters of SENATOR QUAY ACQUITTED. In your last IMUO of the pink paper, with Section 1. That from and after the L. CAMERON. Seedsman
reference to Mr. II. M. Flagler. He
cer- passage cf this act It shall be unlawful
L health. With it can Is, as say, a benefactor to the
Matthew declaredby you
you Stanley was
Quay East Coast. It was a surprise to myselfand for any person or persons to stop any 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA
'' accomplish miracles. Without a jury of his peers to be not guilty of friend. to read In the ADVOCATEthat of the rivers, creeks, bays or bayous of

the charge of conspiring to use for his. Mr. Flagler paid the snug little sum the State of Florida with any 'seine, -=
/) I it you are "no goo own unlawful gain and profit the funds of $79,2.Vl.li> for taxes along the East gill nets or stop nets for the purpose of OEORO MARX. JOHN :MARX.

Keep the liver, kidneys, bowels and of the State of Pennsjlvanla deposited Coast of Florida must have mesh
of less
fish with
Floridians. catching a net
blood healthy by the HOP of (load a Sara opened the eyes of R
aparilla, the faultless blood purifier. In the Peoples Bank, of Philadelphia. The ADVOCATE Is. well spoken of In than one and one-half inches square, or 1VI 1 BROS.9Wholesale

Dyspepsia- know a positive relief This verdict was announced by the this city by many. It is reliable, newsy three Inches stretch measure. Dealers In

for Jyupcpsla and Hint l III Hood's $' arespaI. foreman of the jury. There was an attempt and a very Interesting paper throughout.As Sec. 2. And that from and after the
I rllla. It cured t me. My neuralgia aluotopped. Mr. Flagler has become Interested In
at demonstration, but this was of this It shall be unlawful GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE
W. It. II A Lt>WIN, 104 Oak Street our city, complimentary notices of passage act ..
f New York. the court officers. your ,, .
Binghamton sternly suppressed by
for or to catch with
his movements and doings\ along the any person persons
r d Tired Feeling/ My pp-tite was The officers were unable, however, to East Coast are appreciated. I wish seine or nets' fish in tho waters
capricious, my 'iiv,r dloordcnf; and I was you any any 131 and 133 Kant nay Street and 0 and 8:Newnan Street
tired. Ilood't Hnrnnpnrllla relieved nil. keep back tholle"wlo struggled to get to and your pink paper much success. of the State of Florida between the 1st

It cured a friend of mine of female weaktrees"Maa.JrsSIIA.MaAaslClayton.Del.- Senator Quay and congratulate him. Yours truly, day of July and the 31st day of August J'ao1E.soD.vl.1.1o: : 'FJ.or1dn.'
G. E. Bitow5.t .
Chairs were upset, tables. brushed aside, In each to catch mullet be-
year, or any
c7tovt SaIlJa a'li and hats were smashed by the onrushIng tween the last day November and ONE OF THE -OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CUT
ctowd. ,
Senator Quay Ith broad
the 31st day of December of each year. -
April 15 1899.dilor .
smile on his face, responded pleasantly This law shall not be constructed to
We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Teas;
Ifood'f Illli ear- HverJIIsi,-the--nnn,'Irritating and to the greeting and congratulations of : Adroratf : prohibit the catching of fish by cast nets guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want

nlf-c lh.rlla" to late,WIt1.'Hood'i BIV anepytlRtj ; those who crowded around. Sir: -Some time ago; I received a copyof or hooks and lines. your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.

Although the court officers preventedthe your pink paper, and as I am seeking
Sec. 3. violating MARX BROTHERS Jacksonville
all the Information I can obtain about Any person or persons ,
cheering In the courtroom, their the East Coast,before leaving this place, any of the provisions of this act We only Sell to Dealers.

jurisdiction did nat extend to the corri- I find I cannot do better than subscribe shall, upon conviction, be punished bya

A1WeUsafr1Kk. dors of the city hall, and the first groupof for your newsy and valuable paper. fine not exceeding $.>00, or by Imprisonment -

men who left the courtroom sent up a Ing The news ADVOCATE In it than has any more other real Interest-paper fn in the county jail not ex- OS: S. J3L-c'"JMI: : CSC C C. ,

mighty$ shout, which was taken up and Florida that I have yet leen.Respectfully ceeding three months.
repeated by the crowds gathered just
Sec. 4. Any person or persons making
k., outside the deadline drawn by the watcb- GEO. D. TAYLOR. affidavit against persons for Illegally P1.n..e Winos and. Liquors,

men, beyond which only possessors of shall bond sufficient
fishing give cover
417, I 419 W. Bay St.,
1 tickets were allowed to pan: / ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., the cost of trial, providing the party arrested
Immediately on receipt of the news April 17, 1800. is not convicted. ?.slt. JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA.
h .
f a sk that Colonel Quay was acquitted of the Editor Indian lllvef Advocatr : All laws and parts of laws In conflict .. Oe11111N..N MMn.n,..,,

charges against him, Govern, Stone with! the provisions of this act be, and p,1..W Dear Sir-I suppose you will be surprised -
appointed United States Senator to when you learn I have changed the same are hereby repealed. ,; Dis reason with Dewey's and Otis'

.r fill, the vacancy until! the next Legisla I my home. I did not like Washington, Sec. 5. This act shall take effect up- judicious doctoring. Dewey's ice

ture meets, and notified Vice-Prcsldent i so have moved here to live, and feel 1 on Its passage and approval by the is reducing the swelling of his
III e Hobart as follows: shall like it very, much.I head, just as our high; grade and

t eQ "Sir: By virtue of the vestedIn I have missed! .your Interesting and governor. 1 pure Blum's Rye Whiskey will\ reduce -
,. I power : newsy pink paper, which has been goingto I i your cold, cough; grip, etc.,
me as executive of the State of Penn- my old address Washington. Please lied<< Hot From the Gun iai when used properly. There Is

." sylvania, under article 1, clause 2, sec address it to me at Atlantic City, N. J. Was the ball that hit G. B. Stead man, nothing like our fine Blum's pure
I!" f tion 3, of the Constitution of the United I very much enjoy reading the ADVOCATE of Newark, Mich., in the civil\ war. It "' '1 r +, Rye Whiskey for preventing chills,
States I hereby make as I am kept .well Instructed in caused horrible ulcers that no treatment h colds, grip; or pneumonia, and this
.I (, temporary appointment Florida and its people-especIally along for is the kind of weather to use it.
R helped 20 Then Bucklen's
years. .tillJ
of the lion. Matthew ,
Stanley the East Coast.
Arnica Salve cured him. bruises
: Cuts
4'f t IND oC TE.i Quay to be United States Senator from This is a brisk business place, and I burns, bolls, felons, COrDS, skin erup U- Blum's Pure Rye Whiskey, 7 years old, delivered. to-any part of the State
c Pennsylvania until! the next meeting of feel I shall some day be in the right tions. Best pile cure on earth. 25 cts. a express prepaid, for 320. .

i I Dh the Pennsylvania Legislature, to fill the place. I have a pleasant, home-like cottage box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by F. S.
1 "j and would be glad if anyone coming Chaffee, druggist.; '
vacancy now existing In this state. this way. from Florida would stop

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n Very respectfully, heie. With best wishes for the success of I
It's only in a crowded car that the
"Governor of Pennsylvania." I am, yours. etc standing of a well bred man is never THE HAFT THAT SAVED
'"I (MilS) N. L. WARD. questioned.A :
EDEN, FLA., April 24, 1800. The authority mentioned by the governor [Mrs. Ward formerly managed Hotel IIOBSOX

. \ Editor Indian fiver Advocate : says. that the governor of any state Placlde, Jacksonville.: ] torpid liver causes e depression of In Santiago Harbor has become famous as

; The pineapple business, like all new may take temporary appointment duringa spirits, Indigestion, constipation, head has the snpeiior quality of the pine and
I enterprises that are undertaken by all recess to hold until! the next legislaturemeets. Millions Given Awny. ache. Use Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver ,- i: 1 V \' hardwood lumber that we furnish for buildi' -

; sorts and conditions of men, Interspersed Interpretation Is disputedby It Is to the Medicine to stimulate that Organ. U I log purposes at all times. Our specialty In
t.1'' with women and children, has had many certainly gratifying publicto i' this line is flooring, ceiling brick, lime, etc.,
those who that the know of In the land who
fl' complaints lodged against ft, for which say vacancy did one concern ,II I and for quality and price they are beyond
\ it was in no wise to blame. In the past not occur during a recess, but while the are not afraid to be generous to the SOUTHERN BAPTIST CON- /17 competition.

I we, find many among the list, people legislature was In session; needy Dr. King's and suffeilng.New Discovery The proprietors for consumption of- VENTION. Vp BUILDERS' SUPPLY CO.,
who had conception of the buslnes
no Mr. Quay's acquittal In Philadelphiaand and colds have --::;:- ria.
coughs St.
given away Augustine,
that had heard! that there
t ,I only they was his appointment to the United States over ten million trial bottles of this LouUvllle, Ky., May 8-12,1800. ,.;",,1' .
a fortune in It and forthwith
came '
Senatorshlp created tho excite great medicine; and have the satisfaction The Southern in connectionwith r<. 0':1
down with ample money to put out a greatest of knowing it has absolutely cured thousands Railway, ._....."J
plantation. In the majority ot cases the ment In political circles. The friends of the Florida Central and Peninsular
of Asthma bronchitis
hopeless cases. -
modes come I rum the city where their" Quay are wild with glee and say that he hoarseness and all diseases of the Railroad, ,will sell excursion tickets to
of living wore widely at variance
= with the practical man of country habit. has achieved two triumphs now that throat, chest and longs are surely cured Louisville and return for one firstclassfare

s I ', They practiced city life in as far as they must certainly react In his favor. by It. Call on F. S. Chaffee, druggist, from all points, on account of the ; ESTABLISHED 1880.
and free trial bottle size
t, could, and as a icsiiU, their money Senator Quay Is stopping at his house 600 and get a$1 bottle Regular Southern Baptist Convention; tlcke.1:
Every Kual'anteed' or
gradually: imitod company with them, on K street, Washington. He was met price refunded. sold May 8th to 12th, inclusive, with final Bond: uCO.
and their plantations were non- aying-
at the station on his arrival by a numberof limit fifteen days from date of sale. ,
,I r hence, from, their standpoint' the pineapple .
t business was "no good." friends, who congratulated him upon PINEAPPLES AS POT PLANTS. An extension of limit may be obtainedto Manufacturers of and Dealers in

S, Another class was the Industrious fellow the outcome of his trial and appointment / _____ June 10th, provided tickets are deposited

'ti: who had probably boon a legislator, as Senator. The Senator declined LUMBER LATH SHINGLES
and while energetic enough, was thoi- These make fine pot plants and are with joint agent at Louisville FLOORING, SIDING CEILING,
oughly InipiUciTcal, always doing something i to bo Interviewed. There were a number quite easily grown. Give them rich soil\ prior to May 18th., and on payment of ,

but (lovu'lably'dolo" It wrong: ; of callers at the house, and many that Is loose and sandy and plenty of fifty cents. Mouldings, Turning: and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange

trying to grow pines like a farmer grows congratulatory telegrams received. ,moisture. The drainage, says the May- For full Information, apply'to RobertW and Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence.

.t beans';\in always a most slovenly rush, butdotng manner; everything result flower, must be good, sp that water will Hunt, Florida Pssenger Agent, 213 Saw, Planing and Shingle:) Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., T &; K. W. R'y. Yards at

,' -scrubby pines. The latest story of Lord Kitchener Is not stand about the roots. West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. DeLand and Titusville.
. %
ii. The third clan was the man going Into that when asked If he contemplated a This plant likes plenty of heat pod

the business without sufficient money to narrative of the Soudan campaign he answered sunshine, and If not kept In agreenhoute Do Not' lie Fooled

grow cleared pines and; by planted the time he ho got was his"dead land : "No, no. Do let us have one should have a sunny window They require With the Idea that any preparationyour H. A. HODGES.

i broke," and the result-he was never general who has not written book.." to .be repotted several times __druggist_,_ may put___..up.. and try...to ) : ...
able to give them_any further attention. through the first year. sell you wtll purity your blood IIKeHood's MANUFACTURER OF
i The country Is full of examples of the l SarsaparUla.: 'This medicinehas
foregoing styles of pineapple growing. I They are well worth growing as an a reputation: has earned its ...Cl>rcss and Yellow Pine Lumber...

mention them as I \nave been asked by ornamental plant alone, but with proper record. It is prepared under the ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads Fruit and Crates.
parties who have written me to state the care they will produce their delicious\ personal supervision of educated Any one Vegetable
of of the failures. There pharmacists who know the nature, contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building In
causes some fruit which who :
a Huguenot priest, any part of Florida, would do well tcvw.ite
for locatedf
quality and medicinal effect of all prices. The saw mills are
failures but whenever there is
are a
failure, one does not have to look far to lived over three hundred years ago, said the Ingredients used. Hood.. Sarsa- part Buffalo of the Bluff East,Coast.near palalka, on the J., T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any
; discover the real cause. I do not knowof t was food fit for the gods. parilla absolutely cures all forms of Address: H. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.

i failure where proper judgment, has When the plant has become fully blood disease when other medicines

boon exercised throughout the entire grown It' turns AS red as, blood In the fail to do any good. It is the world's
c course of bringing on the business, but great; spiinir medicine and the One SAW ANI FLAKING MILLS,
and In few the fruit
center, a days JACKSONVILLE TABS
maybe True Blood\ Purifier.
on the other hand, I know of frcquf IbQatka. N,,.
oases whole intelligent judgment, with seen way down in the heart; this soon E. Bay gfc, Foot of Cathern|

very little capital has given Us )possessor Rushes up and when about one-third '
Remember that the WILSON
far better returns than ho could have INDIAN RIVER CYPRESS COMPANY
]| attained from almost other grown pretty blue (flower Is producedfrom ADVoCATE does all kinds of job printingat
possibly any ) ( each lobe of the fruit. A plant short notice. Send them an order ,
L hJ We have the
nource. through
gone experimental -
and tw convinced that it is the Manufacturers of _
stage of growing the fancy 1 produces but one apple, dying soon after place to
varieties. This experiment has broken it has ilpened. have job printing done.

1 Borne mon that might otherwise have They are propagated from slips and *' Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lathe *i
mado of the business. At
ryl a success onetime and Whiiktr ,
suckers. The slips form near the base ,
agioat many people who had the t'ur..t home F.ktt.
moans to do so, would not think of of tho fruit and will produce fruit when D ply I tJ ri out tleulir\ pain Hoot of par A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling siding, mouldings, shingles,
; planting the Red Spanish, but must from eighteen to twenty months old. |SM-1'!1--"iJDH 1,11IIV\ ., LH TREE CO. lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring Cypress
prompt shipments.
send to Jamaica and Honolulu to get The suckers which grow from the bodyof .. .
tho fancy varieties, paying fabulous the old will mature In from S When
hJPice's plant a at home, wrIte for
for hiilf-deud suckers from old us prices when
prices Malaria cannot find lodgment in ; up our way, come and see us.
to fourteen months.
: ear
worn-out plants. I took small dose off ;
while the liver is in .
system perfect order. ----- ..
this kind of but It did Set without ---
:t thing myself, not as deep as possible, cover- Dr, M. A. Simmons Liter Medicine Is -- -- '
t& take me long to tlnd out that there was lug the tops-that Is, without getting the best regulator
lu them and I hare but FOR R2
4 I nothing now soil Into the center or heart ()
1 very few to stand us monuments to the TT -- -.- .
folly of Imitating a fad But there were
U otheis who went their full length Infancy STATE MUST PAY Tnt KILL.Co COTTON AND send Sent to us by Express postofflce order or New York Exchange, we will

I varieties; now their name Is ,, you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID,

t : "mud." The same craze for fancy vailo- I .t of Tr'orlaU"11 FlorldaSoldkr.. FOUR FULL
ties went through Florida dining the
early boon of tho orange enterprise; buds The bills for transporting tho Florida LINEN NETTING
weio secured from the four quartets of soldiers who volunteered to enter the III Of the Celebrated Seven-Tear-Old

the globe; bearIng trees woro sucilllced service of the United States, to Tampa,
J, to get something fancy In the majority E11PiDIh have been retained to Adjutant General Calhoun Pure
i of cases, after yeais of lighting the Rye Whiskey
various pests that were Imported I along Houstouu, with the Information that

with the buds, and the refusal of these I I there III DO authority under which said Wellhlllul'LAJN PACKAGES, no marks
f buds to grow or bear fruit, the poor, deluded There Is no BEAUTY without bills can be paid by the United States, FISHING TACKLE ment.l your$3.20 will cheerfully got It and.test..,fun/"d.It, If It I. hot aaU.factory Indicate contents, return(It which at OUR will EXPENSE avoid all cou lad*
forced to cut them oil This .
grower was \ve are close at baud whiskey t. as oo4 as '3.00 in the market
aDd any goals !
1 but that they must bo paid by the state, caD give
and return to the old standards, which, HEALTH. "Favorite Pro.crlptlon been dolne' Im.lnen. th .city and QUICKER IJELlYEIt\ than -distant/ bouse. 1t e hare
and the will reimburse Superior quality Linen Gill Netting 1-ONSlBlClTY at the same stand for> over 15 YEARS, our RE3-
B I to-day give us the best oranges grown. nukes general government D REl'L'TA ION for and u to
women the editor honest dealing, refer w w
made of we here
from Knox's Scotch this to
thread. taper you any merchant}
Ho It Is with the Red Spanish pineapple.It j the state In the future. I
has stood all the slight, and Insults BEAUTIFUL by making them I Samples and estimates cheerfully furnished. .' SOLOMON: &; LEVI,
through tbese of experiments, only HEALTHY. It makes weak has Corks Leads Lines
&: years I Maud on the stage etc 1028 & 1030
I be recognized at last us the one vaile- P. O. Bo ; First Avenue,
Jo faith to and women STRONG and 20 years. Her real name was Annie E. J. S. JOHNSON A: CO., ; No. 33. BIRMINGHAM ALA.
t ty that you can pin your ,
Invest your money in with an assurance sick women WELL Brainerd, and she Is a native of Connect. Manufacturers NOTICE We pay Express

of a profitable return; but do not under. I scut.'I',', I 121 South'St., BALTIMORE, MD Southern ANY tOO but Express to points Company on lines transfers Charges of other to to old Express all other polDU Companies Exprelll reached CompaDT.by we-SOUTIIERS prepay only to EXPRESS pointS w COM-er.



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CIOIO' a' ROBBI3 WALTER S.OytnAM. Boils TIIP..I..T. K. AV. It\. TUANHKKKHKI! Portor Wrhhrr of-the 1r,1""U",1 DCrlmrtit -

OBBL S.\ GRAHAM, AT :MIDMnilT ON SATl'ItOAY |>.. now In !Florid Making CONSUl MPTION

h MOIIT. Experunenta. :
nouns:From 12 a. m., Old The Florida East Const hallway Com The Agricultural Department, which t
p10mto Running Sores
and 2 to 4 I'any"lfInf'a MitnaRrmrnt of the Tltiuvllle has been experimenting) to pitxliico H
The Wonderful
Doctor SI
I (ocum System Treatment
TJTrS\1LLE, Brevard Co., Florida. llranrh at the, Sam' Time. orange that will stand the frost

.A.Box,!<*. Itching : that have repeatedly( the
loll practice>In all the court*-state and fediLi ScralckingEczema The Jacksonville, Tampa(; Key West lielt in Kloiidx, hit* prugrviuiuU swept to orange the Is Demonstrating Every f r Day to the Entire Civil-

*; Ial faCilities for examining' and perfect- Railway has no longer an Identity, but at point of budding the oranges/ tio neruiotl ized World that C'oi]nsumption is Curable.
$laDd titles. one minute before midnight Usl Saturday .
on growing trees in It'lol'ldlHr.. Web-
night it was merged into the Plant -
ber of the division of vegetable
r D. I.. DODSOK, System, and hereafter will bo n part of pathology I :
I that hIgone to Florida, taking with THOUSANDS HA VE BEEN CURED
A" DENTIST great of railway lines, him A large number of> the new plants/

which cover the southeastern country.A says n telegram from Washington, I). C. -- -

TrrcsvitLK, FLORIDA Blood Poison circular was issued over the name Tho hardy orange/ evolved by the department By Special and Particular /Arrangement, Four Free Prep .

Office at residence. of II. U. Plant, president of the system, Is at present termed "the aratlons EmbracingSystem : the Complete Slocum '
producing. the directing that all shall ,
following irmptomit employees reportto Trifoliate "
:r Prices to suit the times. Htlffne tlonft IIlrSore, I'untiile!of Throat the. and!Swollrn Joint.l:1C'f'r.: <;,i...'n the,"Fnlllnr,Krm l''kin.>- the heads of the departments of the breeding orange the pollen It has of been the sweet producedby orange May beReader i Obtained by Every

Done I'alni, etc.Ulcers. KheuiuatUtu Plant System for orders, and that the into the buds of the Japanese Til- of This Paper.

L. GAULDEN, jurisdiction of J, W. Putden, superintendent follata, and vice versa The Trifollata

D ATTORNEY AT-LAW, Scrofula, will\ be extended over the re- grows aa far north as Philadelphia but

cently-acquired property.It bears no fruit worth mentioning, thoughIt
will practice In all the Court of the State Running Sore Is understood that the line will\ is
Florida,and tbe United State Courts. EyesAre a vegetable cousin of the sweet or.
rJ eventually become a part of the Savannah Seedlings I
ange. front the
t.o.Box 238. TITUSVILLE, FLA.Money cored hybrids, so 1
: to Loan. 18M. BOTANIC by Florida Western Railway, whichis far produced, promises to give an exceedingly

BLOOD BALM (B. B. n.. itself a part of the Plant System, formIng hardy and valuable fruit-pro

GOLDSMITH, The Great Blood Rc fedy. l one of the lines that go to make up ducing tree. Dr. Webber's mission in

I the entire system.! Florida is to bud n quantity of those allM14/ axM(111110n.riet
Botanic Blood Halm (It.II. ]!.) I* a powerful
blood remedy,and yet can be taken with *r. TITUSVII.LK RRA CIr. seedlings on live orange trees. This, It
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, feet safety by old and young. On account oJ Its r .
(treat; Atreneih It cures when all cine fails. Other At the same minute the Florida East is hoped, will give definite- results several
remedies may act an a mild tonic or cover new
Titusville, Florida. kin over rottou fleah, but It. H. K. drives all Coast Railway Company became the actIve years sooner than If the department Nm NnrrN1rYwY
the poison out aua hence the waited for the
cures are i perma hybrid seedlings to mar
owners of the Atlantic Coast St.
nent. ..__ __ .
One to three bottles of II. n. B. will cure tbe Johns & Indian River Railway better t urn> lUll- uear..u. til i ........ r r r Nc
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J. WEBB, worst kind of 1 pimples on the fare. The department's wilt'be Ilno -
F. One to three bottles of II. K.It. will clear the known as the Titusville branch of the experiment M. f' I Hum !HiuyIlliiii /NLi :J 1u au.
lynem of bolls and curhuncles. assisted number
by of Florida ..
A ATTORNEY T-LA W, Two to three bottles of It H. It.will cure the Jacksonville\ Tampa & KeyWest, of growers iiiinii'i'i "
worst kind of humor In the mouth and stomach. which it became the and the work>wlll be extended northn
Will practice in the Courts of the 7th Three to six bottles of 11. II. U. will cure the owner by purchase i time as far /.I
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents worst case of erysipelas or eczema. at the sale at DeLand on April 3. W. as Washington. }
One to three bottles will cure all humor In Precautions are being taken to
and rents and accounts collected. the eyes.Two H. Coffin and the muster mechanic of

bottles are warranted to cure running of the Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West, the new hybrids thoroughly In controlof e mpleMvCourse
Titusville! Florida. the ears and blotches among the hair. the department to worthlessor
Four' to eight bottles are warranted to cure representing the receiver of the road, re- prevent
corrupt and running u'cers. inferior varieties being put on the
One or two b >ttlegof Jl. It. It. will cure]scaly turned Saturday morning from 1trip FREE tif.alrnenr
T 0. FRIES, C. E. rnptlcm of the skin over the properties with the representatives market, When the work has progressed {
Two or three bottles of It. It. 11. are warranted uiflclently the
COUNTY SURVEYOR. to; cure the worst case of ringworm. of the purchasers, having Inspected will bo disributed -
Two to live bottles of It. 11. It. are warranted through the regular channels. ,
the roads and the
to cure the most desperate rheumatism. checked propertieswith .
Land legally surveyed and sub-divided. Three to six bottles of 11. II. Jt. are warranted the Inventory that was filed with

Mapping neatly done. Estimates for worst to; Five cure case to eczema.eight of scrofula.bottles of It. n.n. will cure tbe the clerk of the United States Court last i A LITTLE CHILD'S DEATH Can ; listing ofeparalioris III

all kinds of engineering works. Disputed Two to six bottles will cure cataarh. Thursday. Thlllln\'entory. the most
Edward Lee, the fifteen month old I III Four CTh@ -
BLOOD POISOX. complete document of its kind that has
lines a specialty. of ( and .
been 'apt Mrs. E. T.. Mngrudor,
For this monster of a disease In form prepared in a similar connection in
TITCSVILI.K, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. contracted: or Inherited,let,2d! or 3d stages, pro the state. It covered about 140 type- died at tho residence of his parents, No. /0cti/nJ)stem
ducing ulcers, pimples, sores In mouth or throat, 220 Broad street
at o'clock
skin hot, hair falls out,etc., It. U. It. cures the written pages, and listed everything, 7 Wednesday .
disease and drives the poison from the system from the locomotives to the number of morning, after an Illness of one week
W. ALLEN; never to return. We have 'er 2\111 testimonials
GEORGE of> cures by It. H. U. of Illood Pol lion.' No one pens in each office along the line, IncludIng from cholera Infantum.
can deny this written signed testimony. One The bereaved .
man wrote us, "God bless you for so grand a even the nutlocks In the tracks from parents have the sympathy
ATTORNEYAT-LAW, remedy." of their friends In the -- .
many hour
Jacksonville Sanford and tbe
to to
Key West CANCER,BLEEDING,EATING SORES. of their Consumption Is curable. Third-It stops at ones all catarrhs! and
various other terminals of the road. sorrow The discovery has been made, perfected 1 mucous discharges and kllli the cough
Will\ Cancer of nose lip face, ear or neck or breast, triumphantly tested and given to the worli i Fourth-It provides a true tonic Influence,
practice in the United Statesand external or internal cancer, bleeding, eating FINK PASSEXOF.n SERVICE. A BONO OF CONTKNTMKNT\ -HAIIV' *r-
by the eminent'American medical which Invigorates and stimulates, vitalize
State Courts. 9jun05nALPU sores, are all cured by II.H. B., the mo t powerful expert
blood purifier made. B. W. Wrenn, general traQic managerof WARD MAO1IUDKK. specialist-Dr. T. A, Slocum. all weak" spot and brings the entire system

SEND FOR FREE TRI'L BOTTLE.All I stood In an awful silence, The Slocum System Is a thorough complete back to a healthy normal condition
the Plant System, said that a new heat of all this glorious discovery'
E. SMITH, M. D. druggists sell B.H. 11. In large; bottles at With tears and abated breath and comprehensive Hyatem of Treatment I- ( yo.un
schedule will Into effect the Jacksonville ; for the asking. ly) a "p of
tiller bottle. Describe your symptoms and go on My thoughts flew( In consisting distinct PrepareHoni.
wild disorder
Free medic I advice will be given. All corresI Combined, they represent the actun i with the Doctor readers ol this paper
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.. 6ndence I is sacredly confidential. Tampa & Key West division of For I gazed on tho mysterydeath.A annihilator of Consumption, coughs, colds. mayobtaln the Four l'rf'larationsllllklnr up
t Address plainly BLOOD BALM CO.. 146 the road that will add materially to ,the child's frail o// asthma, bronchitis, catarrh weakened am i the complete Hlocuin Hystem, as Illustrated
Specialist in Genital, Urinary an Rectal I\Utchelistreet, Atlanta, Georgia, and sample spark life run-down anemic conditions above, by sending their complete names
bottle of U. B.11. will be sent you by return business of Jacksonville\ and her mer, Had ebbed In the early morn; grippe systems and Its serious after-effects., larynUls postolllce and express addresses to the
Diseases. mail. chants. Instead of two trains a day each My heart cried out In Its fullness, locum laboratories DO and OH line Street,
Oh First-The Slocum System kills and drive New York being sure to mention this
1'tt Forsyth Street. way, there will be four, among them the why was baby born ? onto?the every death-ilenllni g Editorial, Advice. Write to the Doctor paper to-

JACKSONVILLE, .- FLORIDA. West India fast mail, which for five yearsor It lived little more than a year; germ, thereby rendering it susceptible to reaponslve day, ask Ms advice, and he will give you the
"TWO SWEETHEARTS OF \ 'Twas sent for the parents to love; treatment. benefit of his years of experience. Don't delay
the of the division
since Western
building God himself thought the baby so dear Second-It Introduces! a bulldinir-tin! fat L,- but sand your full name postofllrn and
C. II. MINE. of the syatem, has not run through lIe made It an angel above.I toning, strength-restoring food, which restores express address to Dr. T, A.HIoeum.lW Plua
DR. PEETE, Jacksonville. Three of tbe four trains the dieeaso-wasted. tissue and bring( :t Street New York, N, Y., and I be. sure to say
This was received by us from the thought of the mother's great sorrow, the throat andlungs Into active, healthy use. that you read this generous oflerin this paper.
EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT song will be run through. The other will be The father, his head bowed with grief; _. _._
few days and the -- ---- -----
publishers a ago, a local from Sanford to Jacksonville and I know nod will heal on tho morrow, '

5C8 Cherry Street, melody and words 'were so melodi- us return. The local will leave Sanford And bring to those sad hearts relief. FLORIDA STATE HORTICUL- 1 Choice .

Macon, .Ga. and pretty that we cannot help but reprint early in the morning, reach Jacksonville In trials God's wisdom seems strange; TURAL SOCIETY ,h Winos,Liquors I

t the chorus for our readers: at 11 a., m. and return, leaving 4 p. m., Too heavy we think Is our cross, lea ? and Cigars,
But Christ for l
CHORUS. reaching Sanford that night. our arrange, The twelfth Annual mooting of the .
McL. DANCY, D. D. L lIe assists us to bear every loss. Guaranteed Pure
\VM. One has hair of silvery gray, The Titusville trains now leave hero State Horticultural Society is.iinnoii need
The other just like gold, The baby seemed Sold at reduced
One Is ga) and youthful. daily, except Sunday, at 10:10: a. m., for calmly sleeping, to conveno'at Jacksonville, on Tuesday, '
Graduate of Philadelphia College of' While the other's bent and old. In a dainty, white, satin-lned( bed; price.Imported .
Surgeon class But dearer than life are both to me, Sanford, returning to Titusville at 10:; Useless indeed was the weeping May 2d, continuing until noon of the
1872. Perfect
operations And from neither would I part, p. m., which will make a good ''service For that beautiful, innocent cl ad. Friday. following. The Society Is one of
I love her, Wine
promised. Hazeltine Block, corner Bay One is my mother, God bless her Tokuy ,
and Laura St., JACKSONVILLE FLA. The other is my sweetheart. between these points.. So sweetly tho.baby was dressed, the largest and most Influential bodies from Italy.

This song complete, words and music, For its flowery path to trod: of the kind In this country, I\lItllls! mootIngs .

will be sent to any address for 20 cents To protect passengers from the extortion I thought of the parents, so blessed, are occasions of exceptional Interest.A ,John B. Togni ;I
In silver or stamps by the Groeno Music Their baby will entertain God. I.
of cabmen In Havana the lamppostsare low transportation rate of
very ono
Publishing Co., 32 E. Fifth Street, Cincinnati Metropolitan) Saloon, 12.1:{ Kant Day St.,
jJ O. painted in various colors-red for GENEVIEVE!: !: O'Cowvoit. cent per mile, actual travel, linn been secured

e' tff the central district, blue for the second, -From Columbus (Ga.) Lodger. from the associated railroads. JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA, .

green for the third, etc. [Tho above refers to the little son of Iteduced hotel rates, and other arrangements Whnleialn Hint Kolitll
1f' ___ ___._
Gray Eyed Women.We Capt. and Mrs. Edward I.. Magrudor, for the comfort and pleasure of U '

1832. I J can all change the color of our former well-known residents of Rock members, are being looked after by a The Largest and Most Com.

hair to snit! tbe prevailing fashion, and ledge, where their many friends will\ regret very efficient local corn mil too. No rural- plote Establishment South. ti
COTTON MD I the brunette of today may become the to learn of their sad bereavement.En. .-
Ist who desires
to himself the
post on
blond of tomorrow with terrible facility SUM .] GEO. S. HACKER & SON
latest phrazo: of fruit growing and ,
SOFT SEINE TWINES. but what is to be done with our gardening
to meet his co-laborers
In the
eyes? Yet It I mistake notevery THINGS A
A PERFECT STURGEON TWINE a I recent magazine article will be TO OUR SOIL. horticultural field, or to join kindred

CABLE CORDS AND M CRAMIf:. seized with a consuming desire to be SHOULD KNOW. spirits In a royal good time, should miss

E. EMORY JOHNSON OWN. A 0.*.. NIL gray eyed. To start with, gray eyes, we Catarrh it an -- the approaching meeting, I
That salt should be
are told, belong to all heroines in up to American disease.1r eaten with nuts To all members, old or now, whoso

MOODUS. CONN. date fiction, and all heroines of modern ? Mrs.Greger, Bagby, to aid digestion. membership fee for 1HK! ) Is received In

short atones and novels are made to Tex.,says: *'I'e-ru'na That rusty flatirons should bo rubbed I I time, credential will bo issued, making

.! ':'.! "' J\ suit the prevailing tnstu. Moreover, the "hasdoneliOmuchgood over with beeswax and lard. : available the low rates of transportation

t1'J eyed maid eoemn to have been tie that I able That It rests In
: ,1I gray ','- 1ff'li.i' for ine am you sewing to change and other courtesies extended In connect.
ideal of all the great novelists, among '!I \> to do work."
{ own
I I1.1] A big yield of both : them Charlotte Bronte, George Eliot ,,J\ my your position frequently. ion with the meeting. The only requisite .caw.,....

*I pr ,t sad satisfaction 11 Wilkie Collins and Cbarles Reads JacobOrlffln,Elmer That a hot, strong lemonade taken at membership I. a fee of 1.00. whichcan

.'4 will result if you plant I Emerson has described gray eyes as 4,1l Mich.,writes: "I was very bedtime will break up a bad cold. be sent direct t.o the Secretary, S.

"wells that a man might fall into," and nervous and unable to That a little soda water will relieve Powers, Jacksonville, Fla
06i:1 ( work.I have taken several
1f aJ
sick headache
t ; nearly all the English poets, including bottles of I'e-ru-na and: caused Indigestion. I----- I"

Shakespeare! have bad orbs of this color. I am entirely well." That a cup of hot water drank before Brave Men Full Doors, Sash, Blinds,

They are always" the bent. We are nothing if not resourceful nowadays meals will prevent nausea and dyspepsia
uo nut cu pt nuiwibtuiabuy be outwitted in Esther Luther, Frank Victim to stomach, liver and kidney
nur and nature can That well-ventilated bedrooms will Moulding & Building Material
nou. but.Perry'... llnsville, N. C., ,ayes "I troubles as well as women, and all feel
NIU the lit by!bred all dealer DDuaI-tMt.. W rlill fur a variety of ways, but one really make cannot took your I'e-ru-na for prevent morning headaches and lassi the results in loss of appetite, poisons In

DMFERRY&CONDStOf.Mkh. see bow we are to literally deafness can hear now. tude. the blood, backache, nervousness, headache Office Warerooms. King, opposite 1
that are of the approved romautiohoe. and tired! listless run-down Cannon Street.Clitu'lestcin ,
eyes feelIng.
1 well as I ever could. That one in a faint should be laid flat
.-Philadelphia Press.! But there's no need to feel like
s Aug. Trylofl Mt. Clem- on his back, then loosen his clothes and that. Listen to J. W. Gardner Idavllle, ) S. C. I .

-.. .. en.sWlch.wrltes "Ibad let him alone Ind. He say.: "Electrlo hitters, are

Fatal Blaader. a ,\, la grippe and it left me That consumptive night sweats maybe just the thing when he Is all rundown, Sash Weights Cord and

CO YEARS'EXPERIENCE Squallop (wbo bas just received bis \ ; with a terrible cough. I arrested by sponging the night and don't care whether he lives or dies. ,
commission as a justice of the peace)- took Pe-ru-na and waa body It did more to give me new strength and Hardware.
) In salt
Miss Wellup, when you make op your cured." ly water good appetite than anything I could
is good for woman to be Id. That a fever patient can be made cool take. I can now eat anything and have Window
mind it not Mrs. E. Guest, Kearney, and Fancy Glass
and comfortable by a new lease on life" Only /fiOo at 1"". 8.Chaffee's .
alone I want the job of marrying you Buffalo Co., Neb., writes, : frequently sponging
t bow % off with soda water. drug store. Every bottle guar. A'SPECIAI.rY.Ialrnetto .
Mr. Sqnallop.
Wellup-La, Pe for
bliss p ,a, "I took your -ru-na
unoonventlonal you are! Well go and if ''' p catarrh, and can say that That the hair may be kept from fall teed.AH

ask: papa.-Chicago Tribune. J I am now entirely! curedof ing out after Illness by a frequent application of tbe Now Testament has been Drug Store, Daytoua.

TRADe DCSIONSCOPYRIGHT MARKS it." to the scalp of sage tea. translated for the first time Into one of -

AC. c..o For Affltatloa. II. Walter Brady, Cascade Tbe white spots upon varnished furniture the Australian native dialectal by two Drug., medicine., chemicals, tine toilet
Cn o .lIdhl' I allet..b and draerlpt111n rap ? Ark. "I had aoapa, brushes, combs, perfumery and
a' ,
edltor-Aren't you says
will If
cl ) hold
\ hotplate German
disappear mlsslooarlm.
ts4nnnn I r ""rt&IQ on c.pInloQ; free wbether an Wife (to country \ you a fancy toilet articles In great variety, +
: la running ears. It waa sooffensive
probably Communi. JobD7Conn"
tkatneu,eonOd.nUaL IlendbookonPatmu feeling well tonight, z ih over them. M, HUSTON propr
sang /err dear. I excluded
Old..t .! eney for securing ur.c.IVS. Edltor-Not very my ray-
rttsnte GOLD I II. of value
tall. no when health Is
Uarooab droneA Co. the
all After
'w'w 1IOl"wllhoaa....... indignant inbccriber came into self from society; Do NOT PUT OFF until to-morrow the In
.is tbi An danger What's' of more value A. K, Devls, Ilascom, Fla., write.:
Scientific Jlmerkanetomulfnle.tratad office this afternoon and mopped tbe -.v, I bad borne it fourteen duty that ought to b. done to-d.,. If Prstt's up-to.date tablets will break up Have used Dr M. A. Simmons Liver'J

floor with no. years I read Dr.nartman'. book called your blood U Impure and you feel I weak a cold In one day and for constipation Medicine many years; keep It on band
..111,. '.meat eI- Heavens, John. 1 'The Ills of Life.' I took seventeen and take Hood's Sarsaparilla at and biliousness and I
erinb'I 01 aai acIanWS rIIaL 1........P e Wife (aoxiooaly)- weary, all malarial troubles, all tbe time. It acts like a charm on ,
,/ au1 /Ied1rgwadwlare hope hedidn't stop hl paper toot-Metropolitaa. dollars' worth of his remedies and aa once. It; has no equal. By mall prepaid for 2 1'io. the liver. Our physicians recommend It. !'

May &Co t entirely cared-" flood's Fills cure all liver HI*. Mslled Pratt MedIci Co. Station IJ, Chicago, Think It far better than ?ellin'. and :
".New1crk for 2 5o C I Hood Lowell If.... i.I
,;_...Sere ; by 4 Co III. Send: fur sample. I Black Draughtr Jt .i.

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INDIA RIVER ADVOCATE +- judge digs this unwritten law out I II -
a -+ II
: of his very long experience of wives I Indian River Real Estate Agency

( while on the bench, where he claimsto
r t,. have met a great many women I
'j' WORTH AHD BIMUTNB BAVlKCTIOXt.rUDLISHED who needed an "occasional dress OtAL6AI4INcv TITUSVILLE, PLA.:

,S! rr Ing down." Judge Peabody thinks
I EVEItr Fit I DAT.CHABLM that when a woman at her, mar.
.; ABSOLUXEIY PYRE YOU would do well If you have property to nell and want it advertised in this
11.. tinge, takes a pledge that she will paper, free of cost to you, and put In the hands of live men, to' write at once to
II. WALTON, Editor & Proprietor "olwy" she ought to do so, and I If Makes the food delicious and wholesome this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public.
n. there more sales will be made this winter by this Agency.
this course were followed, ( jy Many probably Why not
k,'"'.I 4,t Dlecontlnuanre of adyt meet be made per would he very little need to say e0.t e"e.0 eo.rre M .er0 YfL yours.

'p, tonally at this office or by writing. that "marriage is a failure" PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to $10.00.
ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.CO per acre.
Jennie and Ilattle, are having a vety Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of Eau
be made payable to Bovine.
Obeck.eto. may
and LAND COUMISSIOMCK J. E. INOKA pleasant time at Ocean this, week. A Gallic; tlrst-claalllor oranges, pineapples and vegetables.) Price, $1,000.
WALTOJI,publisher proprietor
is trip to the beach Is a most delightful/ one CHANGE GROVE, 14 acres, 50 miles south of Tltusville. Will pay $1,000 this
of St.;
HAM Augustine a
Mi very MM! Alice Livingston left Bovine last at this time, as the weather is perfect year and $2,0(10:! ( n !it. Price, $7,000.
/ '
Address all communication to progressive man, and is said to be Sunday, for a stay with her mother, at and positive! no mosquitoes.! HAMMOCK LANDS, near Titusville, from $.> to $2o: per acre.
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, doing good work at Miami. Owingto 1'1 neda.. I One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2f miles west of Titusville, good for
{, I T1TOeviLL, FLORIDA. the dust and glare on the streets, pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, $;.V;10,011.<
The school picnic I is, to be given at Banyan.The .
---------- Mr. Ingraham decided to try an Lake Washington, May 4th, weather -
experiment that has met with permitting. ':8o-cres.: ::
U. Dcpartincnt of Agriculture, bean crop Is about shipped. T:: ... .-ME ,
(much success on some northern J. II. Hadley, S. F. Gibbs and the
I Fin.
Weather -Jupiter, Sweet Is in silk and tassel.
,. railways, viz : the sprinkling with Misses Frank and Fern were the guests corn
crude petroleum. We are told of Miss Helen Miller last Sunday Bahia postoffice is to be re-established, Grain Feed Flour Grits Meal and
The following is a comparative state .
Mrs. L. P. Otwell postmistress.The
ment of temperature and rainfall for the that his experiment has not only Mr. and Mrs. Chrl Houston and two ,

week ending Tuesday, April 2:;, 1899.1800 ,. laid the dust, but has changed the children, of I<:all Gallic, were visiting at fruit on young, vigorous pines
r \)- -1898- white streets-where used-to a the home of D. J. Stewart last week. bids fair to be of marketable size. Cotton Seed Heal New Garden Seed arriving Fresh

I f DATE. MAX. MI'C'!' MAX. If I!''C'I yellowish brown, which is a great Rufus Stewart expects to bring his Mr. and Mis.\ C. II. Casper and J. II.

19\ 70 ml 79 liII relief to the family over from Brantley, some time Wynn, were In Banyan, Sunday. all tbe time.
4 20 76 68 87 60; thin. week and may spend the summer
21 78 61 81 73 here, if they like it. Several people from this place spent
Sunday B ovine-the land of milk. for Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to
,!' 22:! 711 '7l: 80 72 IN most countries of the work Agent Gray man or
2:1: 78 71 fill 'i3ll Cralgn Hopkins returned last Satur Watermelons hold beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotations.
the common soldier fares very day, from quite a long absence, having/ are beginning; to
: 7ti 71 8:1: fi8 Lowest cash prices.
; fruit and time" is
some "hoss fly near
i poorly. In Russia he receives, 3 spent most of his time on the lower partof
IJ4 86
25: i8 G8
y 1 Indian Illver. at hand. Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA
Total rainfall for the week.03: Inches rubles per annum-about 250.
Departure from normal rainfall, for the The day's rations consist of two The Urgent crowd that has assembled Young orange: trees are beginning to
look natural again, as they are fast regaining -
week minus .57 Inches. this year, gathered in the, new schoolhouse
: Departurefrom pounds of coarso bread made o' their foliage. CHAS. N. WELSHANS
I normal rainfall since January 1, cracked small of to listen 19 n sermon by Rev. Mr. I ,
plus 4.07 inches. rye, a quantity Hadley, of MelbQurue. Savage fs the name of a new post office .
S I J., W. CnoNK, Observer., salt and some soup. The British Our school buildings are nearing completion I established three mile southwest of "" "-
soldier is the fed individual Lake Winden
best from
". ; thanks to the help given by so supplied
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Europe. receives many of our citizens, and in particularto ,
: Jig. HENKT M. FI.AULEK will for his daily rations 1C Messrs. J. M. Henderson and B. J. Fred Houston says the 'gators In the

,r:,;"'J. BOOn become H citizen: of Florida, ounces of bread, 12 ounces of meat, Stewart.Mr. Everglar are so numerous, that one ** HAIR AND LATH **
can scarcely sleep at night on account of
and wo heartily welcome 1 him. A 2 ounces of rice, 8 ounces of dried and Mrs. P. A. McMillan and two
"Ji; the bellowing, yet their hides are safe on
'; I few more such citizens would soon vegetables; 10) ounces of potatoes. and daughters three, the little MIIIsII.JI'Mllle norm, also and Miss Claud Belle, account of low water-they cannot be State Agent L. & M. Paints and Oils.Old .
t. and once a week he receives 2 reiched with boat and is of
.t". build up our state Hopkins, all of Banyan, made Bovine walking out
I. ounces 'of salt, 4 ounces of coffee quite visit last Sunday. Wo ace always question, as it Is a vast boggy marsh. 'Phone 8. )jut 13 Hogan Street,

t and !0 of to welcome these
ounces glad pleasant
sugar. '
WHAT ideal weather we Have) s JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.A .
people to our town. Tibbals.Col.
b been having along the Must Coast I .

,'r' j of Florida this month. Those of SENATOR M. S. Qt1AY, after aratherlengthened W. O.'Winans boarded the train

i our northern visitors who still remain trial, has been Georgiana. Saturday morning for Tltusville wherehe FAMILY JAUNT

with us, arc more than, delighted acquitted of the charges of fraud will spend several days as the guestof
r with our April weather. brought against him, and the decision :Mr. Curtis left :Monday for his northern I. G. Bast, of the Indian river: hotel. .,;. j In one be of our canopy top phaetons or surreys
..1 ; can enloyed for any length of time
i// of the Jury will he accepted: home. Mr.( and Mrs W. II. Harris left last 1 without weariness. You can get more

TITUSVIU.E wore a very festive as complete personal vindication Born, April kith: to Mr. 'and Mrs. D. Friday! for Stuart where they joined solid comfort in one than in any other vehicle -
1 It Is generally admitted that th*. Illncock, a line baby girl. Corn. T. A. Suider and party on his 'on the market. For the horseman
i .
appearance on Sunday, in consequence houseboat Buckeye for a cruise the
up that loves
of speed, a or as light as
prosecution Senator Quay and Mr. Averil and wife left Friday, for St. Lucle river as far White and
of the arrival in town or as City, can be, constructed, well-made and strong,
his eon was one of hatred by opposing their home in Wisconsin. returned homo Monday. [
l :Mr Henry 51. FIR ler, tho'multi he will find here at bedrock prices.
I millionaire, accompanied by' his factions, led hy John Wan Miss Mvrtlo Baldwin spent Tuesday at E.E. Peabody launched his fine schooner -
right-hand men. maker & Co., and all the senator!! "Auntie It+ghes" rind Mrs. Brunei-'s. last 'lIda)'. She Its{ an elegant boat, McMURRAY & BAKER,

friends along the East Coast of Mrs. Wittfeld Miss MAry I 'and Master built of the very best tpaleiinl: that could t Main & Church Sts.,
Florida will rejoice over the fact Carl were at Oceanus last week, with hud in this country and both owner and ,!
builder have canl'o' feel ,f JACKSONVILLE, FLA. j
ft.to AlJ IIItAL DEWEY says ho is noith that his total Mrs. Black. just proud (
persecution was a
her Mr. make
Peabody expects to a
er a democrat nor a republican, State Agents for Sterling
failure! Senator:) Quay can now Miss Jennie Bower was vision Miss to New Oilcans, this full. Bicycles.
: is : dip .,t__,. ...... ...._
and not looking for the presl: put on a bold front, and the ADvoCATE Llndurbcrry ;Ills Myrtle lUldwiu, ND.nt -
Prof. C. O. Jnnnoch has
dency or any other political ollice\ several days last week. reorganizedhis ,
him in the
Join cry of German school for the summer season -
fiff' Such\a good' fI htl'r.IH'1' Dewey has hon vivo cotitavo. :Mrs. Owen, Eva and Nellie were passengers und niiido the hours to !suit the patrons.

proved himself to he, should have. on the Couricuny, Tuesday, to The following; new scholars who CHESEBRO
politics of one kind or another.. Cocoa, on shopping expedition. have joined his school are Miss. Ethel BROTHERS *!
and Leister Ueba LuTourneau
GROW CASSAVA. Mr.\ and Mrs Kln man were out S\'- Sawyer, r
Uussell Waters and Barbara Miller.
urdiiy afternoon, in I their handsome
EVER since Lnubet has been: launch. and were pleasant callers at Dr. Prof. Jannoch is an elegant! teacher and =--- WHOLESALE -
, r president of France daily "Cassava i Is the parents' of his older scholars are
attempt as a Money Crop, i Chambers', Mrs. Owen's and "Uncle
' to assassinate him have been c: made the title of-a pamphlet received at Hughle's." their much children pleased, with hence advancement the iucic.iso of his of C OMMISSO FISlI D FACERS

Under thesr circumstances most this olllce from the Florida Agricultural There were four hundred and twenty- school. t ,

1 people will be inclined to think I It Experiment station, written eight crates of beans shipped from here The
yacht Ireoe'Itheel anchor last.
,' ( is much safer to bo constable In I by Prof. 11. K.: Stockbridge, last week. Bruner Brothers had l.r>0 Saturday morning, wtth! J. T. Waters No. -I, Fulton_Wholesale Fish :Market\ New York.
crates In the lot. Some received
i,: the smallest town of the Unite Ph. I)., who, among other things, I .I.; O per crate, net. returns and family and Miss Lula Parham, of SP.ECIAVflES-Spanish: :Mackerel Red|
Shee'phead"Pompano Bluefish
States than Stinsen, Ga. board gad started l ,
i t president of France, says : "I have now completed two on on a
i'4 for tho former is always looking seasons' with William Chambers left here for his cruise to the upper Indian River as farnOlth :Snappers: Kingflsh, Trout, Green Turtle, Redhead Canvas-back. Ducks.
experiments cassavaand ,
home in Wisconsin, last week after MS Mulbomnc' at which place<
death in tho face\ while tho latter have. endeavored to keep con. spending about two months hero very Miss P.irliam boarded; the train for her Stencils promptly supplied. References furnished If desired.

r merely looks out for a fight. Bluntly"ln mind its adaptations to pleasantly with his uncle and aunt, Dr. I. home in OCOI'J.tIroll': Waters and family

the ever-increasing demand for II and Mrs. Chambers. returned on Tuesday and they all ex CLAKEXCE D. MILLEU. LOXGIJOT1IAM.1:

IN the United States war names money crop, and it is to its claim Dr. Uolmes was down In the "Ohio," trip.pressed They themselves caught as fish delighted and:; oysters with the to tl.hllMhelt 1841. MILLER

seem to take a leading place it for consideration as meeting this! on Thursday, doing some work on his their hearts content and also plenty of
lots In the lie also did
ship building. Since July 1, we demand. With all the facts procurable vaccinating cemetery, and would have done some more wild! ducks much'to their surprise at S. B. MILLER S CO
I' find that twelve vessels have beet and with tho experience of If it had been known that the geni.il this season of the year Thev said they
christened Admiral Dewey, six not only myself! but many practl doctor was in town. never place in a than mote the boautiful.d Indian River interesting ,

I Admiral Sampson, two Admira cal farmers to support the opinion, Henry Bower and his sisters, Misses Narrows. WHOLESALE-

Schley, and two General Joe' have reached the conclusion that, COMMISSION FISH DEALERS
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Wheeler, and as many more have all things considered, cassava ,

been given other martial names. comes nearer furnishing the Flor. McCOMB& CO. Xo. 7 Fulton Fish Market, New ,York.

It will be noted that Admiral ida farmer with a universally prof.

C Sampson gets a plurality of' four Itablo crop than any other which ,, Special attention given to the sale of Pompano, Spanish'

. over Admiral Schley, but Dewey he can grow on equally large areas Bermuda Southern Mackerel, Blue Fish, etc.
- "takes the palm." It can be utilized in more ways', and REFERENCES:-Fulton and'ln..ket National Bank, or.-any Wholesale Fish dealer

--_----_ ..-_- : can bo sold in more different forms! -4--- Stencils in the United States.
on application.
? THE women of Illinois will be can bo more cheaply converted into .

compelled to adopt some ornament staple and finished products", Growers' and Shippers Agents.
! on their hats as a substitute for and can ho produced for a smaller HAMMOND PACKING CO.

,, Btull'ed birds, for the legislature of] part of Its selling\ price than any (Formerly .)
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tho state has passed a law subject. other crop. OUR SPECIALTIES

ing to a lino all who- use :
c*l feathered songsters for such an SENATOR TALIAFERRO. HEADQUARTERS, !"Coin! Special" hams and breakfast bacon

ignoble purpose. It is a severe "Coin Special" canned
279 V nshl.ng1on: : ; : St.; ZKToxrRKFKUK.NCES roi'1 meats.
i blow to the vanity of the women, THE ADVOCATE has favored MrJas. "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon.

but it is! a preventative of tho total 1', Talittferro for the Senate : :-Dun, Dradstreet, or any reliable house In the trade: Also Ship "Calumet" leaf lard. -
I extermination of the birds. Un. pore personal references. Correspondence Invited
ever since ho was brought forwardas Homemade lard.
der tho circumstances most men pure '
zf will commend tho statute candidate, and the Vitizens of -- ---- --- ---- -- "Peerless" compound lard
'-------'nom Jacksonville are to be congratu ISnn Wall Papers Isnn nil Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

f TUB new cup yacht building at ated upon his election lie is not

the Ilerresholfs, BrIstol, K. I., will so much politician as a clear-
" be named Columbia. In 1872 the leaded and excellent business man ; Manufacturers Agent. Samples Now Ready WILLIAM CLAR KE, Sanitary Plumber

schooner Columbia was sold to ....
and as a democrat he is Imbued

Lester Wallack, who owned her for with sterling qualities of the first Ilnngp1u: Carpet. Ajute Carpet in matting. Fine Gas Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter Roofing Slice
twelve yours. Then she became ,;
water That Mr Taliaferro is "the
the property of Mr Henry M, right man in tho right place" no patterns. Moth proof and cheap. Iron work, pumps and drain pipe hath tubs water clos

I Flagler, who had her rebuilt on her one can gainsay, and the ADVOCATE ,
own handsome lines. In 1800 Mr. extends FURNITURE STORE ets and Wash stands.
hearty congratulations to Copper vessels of all descriptions re-tinned
Flagler disposed of her to J. 'I him and the people of Jacksonville TITUSVILLE FLA.

, I Perkins, who owned her when he For the next six years ho will rep 37 Forsyth St., near Laura St.,

died, in 1895. Two years later she resent fair Florida in the Senateof ESTABLISH 1832.T" JACKSONVILLE, FLA. r

was sold to' Vice-cornmodoro Jos. the United States, and we are ( Oldest Fruit and Produce Commission House in Chicago. ..J.f;:! --_ r
])e F, Junkin, of Philadelphia who .
fortunate in having so able a rep. FOR STOREKEEPERS
still owns her. eeentntive, L'tIS give one ringing TO NOTICE !

, ) cheer: for Taliaferro, one for T. D.: RANDALL & CO. :

IN the light of modern civiliza. Jacksonville and another for the ; ;Benedict Pollak & Co. Wholesale House)
tion a man who beats his wife is Cast Coast of Florida Senator ,

rather an unfashionable individual,, Pasco had some good points, and COt\t.It\t.IJsSJO: : : : T;, .< :' Mosquito Netting, made and '
f but a certain Judge Peabody, of wo think it wag In bad form for the .f i Cloth Ducks and Georgia unmade, fine mesh Sandfly ,Netting and Scree R

St. Louis, has decided that if a Jacksonville Metropolis to publish Early Vegetables Melons, Fruits, and Southern Produce.Pl.n.onpp1os ben, 4lcts per doz. Show Checks Cases, old and ',rCottonade or new ones. Coau Special Cotton r attention, In all paid nun t !t I

1' wife provokes her husband to an- I that cartoon representing the late correspondence. 4'r+tveling men oathe road constantly We only sell to dealerAnything

due anger by irritating and un. senator swallowing a bitter "pill.Let : I n 5pool.n11y.HI8 : ; corposatlona have In stock and Liberal hotels \ usually kopi by storekeepers Jn our line '1i
as reference: The Merchant National Hank:. of Chicago Southern terms and liberal trea\.meat.\ 6
pleasant abuse, "he would be part : us be charitable in all things.So j Express / t' \ '

ly Justified in striking her." The say the ADVOCATE York Co.Exchange;: Florida, or shippers express money on application.outers on Also which state there remittance I U no exchange.made In New' BENEDICT'POLLAK'dc'cb.,

32, 31, 36 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA a

'.. .. ". ,,"- ;.. '." . .' d. ,

I : .

1899. ...
-" sman wanted. ,Enclose stamp 30years. Dr. Vcdder
.,...e was widower
parLI"u 1-. but leaves: two sons, who reside In !
for Utica

,fraljrliten-Curly--And Kinky v Hair where terment.the remains. were shipped for In- .FE RTI L


(;jthouliiDJury_to the-scalp or hair. Please mention the AHVOCATE when > . ;

PRICE, 50 CENTS PER BOX.Ijfciti wilting advettisers.White! .

... ... ... ... !

Kink.by -City. : SPECIAL PRICES: fflEH '

Carl Stern Is erecting a wind-mill on -TO-
--- his place. }
the United States Health
j Hevo,ts.DARRAGH White City is shipping from H
1K( to 300

& RICH_ New York, pers crates and per tomatoes day of beans, cucumbers, pep- ..Pineapple oQ GrO\ATers..

Sle Manufacturer, here Mr.for Snyder the summer has laid, and up his the houseboat party returned I-l 41.1. ArO'1.1.D.d. For'tl1.lzor.: : I t
Miami. day. to their northern home on ,Mon Price $25.00.GUARANTEED J3T Before buying tho following Materials be sure and apply( to

ANALYSIS us for )prices, and wo will prove to you we can save you money
.C. II. Rooks

. is rapidly recovering shelling the Intends to commence ]Molatnre\ ... ....,.. ................. .. ... ... ... ........ ... ..... .......... .. .... K( to 10
J, n, Cheatham $ road; to the railway station H AmmonIa. ... ... .... .... .. ............. ...... .. ..... .... ....,.............. 5 to A STEAMED hONE I, RAW BONE,
tome weeks of continued fever. as soon as the busy shipping season Is [ Kqual to Sulphate of Ammonlft....... .. ........ ......... .......... ......... .. 90 to 20 *
over. Available .. ........ ........ ........ .. ... ................ 5 to 6 BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE,
P D Loud, jr., returned last Wednesjy Equal: to Hone Phosphate of Lime...... ........ .............................. 11 to 13 .
'from a business trip to Jacksonville A. Maxwell, of Xew Jersey rotaMiKZO: .......... ............ ............ .......................u".".. 6 to 6 DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE ()It' SODA,
panied; by Mr accom- Kqual t08111r.hAteof rotaih.,.... .......... ... .. ... ..................... ... 9 to 10
nittfce/ No. 2 has completed the work yesterday Ilaidee, of Jensen, spent R 1\1"\ ( etc ,. ..... .. ........ .. .... ..... .. ............... 65 to 60 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA[ TOBACCO STEMS, .

,t Cane Florida orders and is now In tho bay grove. They prospecting were well pleased for an with orange the; CIT- Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL[ : HARDWOOD ASHES,
wiling{ soil, etc.Most .
J A Carpenter left Sunday morning of C3P* Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low AND POTASHES.;

tot' Kra ldentown and other vegetable forage our growers here are planting H prices. 0
crops-especially kattir corn hav-
sections of the west co st. ,
nosing> Ing obtained tho seed through the

GmernorBloxham has appointed Attorney erosity of J. E. Ingiaham, Land Commissioner gen- Please:! Correspond with us before being induced to buy from Dealer Send for
H. F. Atkinson justice of the, of the F. E. C. H'y.

peace for Miami, in the place of G. A. d Pamphlet.

rorley Head, resigned.gardener Mogen Is busily enAged Lotus. LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER &: PHOSPHATE CO 1I

In making numerous attractive ,, JII

Ljditions to the Royal Palm grounds i In t

the way of new designs and rare plants.A revived A fine .rain Tuesday afternoon, which aokson:l ville.. Florid.: .
things very much. -
revival was begun last Sunday even- .
Li!at tLe }[. E. Church South. The Mrs. A. B. Carter, of Ocorgiana was a --- ------- ---- ------.----.---- --- I!

I meetings will\ be conducted by the pas- visitor to Mrs. Chalkei's, on Monday Melbourne. In improving tholr plantation. miles out at 1It'1In a southeasterly direction MRS. ;

I tor, Kev. F. Blackburn assisted by Mr. Mis.[ Capt. McIntyre and friend Mrs. A. K. Hogg has been spending n from Eldora House! of Refuge.; DEISNER'S BOARDING HOUSE

Blroett, of Leesburg. In Lotus a few minutes stopped day In town, visiting fi'lends.Mr. Monday 'live tnoio IHulll'lItro recovered
Tuesday. OO JOE A OOOPK.-Heal Estate and Imrm.Acent I leading live more out of the lint boat TITUSVILLE, FLA.
The townspeople have petitioned Supt. C. D. Provost took a pleasure for Ctna, 1..01111011. and Llverxiol| and and Mrs. Brackens, of Jensen, spent i"adto be washed ashoio yet As yet
C. B. Knott to keep open the Royal Palm down as far as Mr. Otwell's at trip Hlobe. and liiiixrlal, Fire Inmiranro. Special Sunday at Rio Vista. time boat containing li men has not -
paid to the interests o( non resi
J swimming pool this summer Mr. Knott on Sunday. dents. been heard fiom. Board and Room One Dollar Per
expected here this week and will deride Day.
I the matter.J. Services were held in tho school house Fort Pierce. '
Sunday, morning and WHKX YOU OO TO MELBOURNE call at the THE INDIAN AND HIS HORSE. -
evening by Hev.
A. McDonald[ came over on the Mr. Lovell. llnza.tr,, Mrs\ Chas .1. F. 'l\lIIl'bl'lI| l & Co., Mll-\ -.... When III need of White and Rye Dreamt,
linery Notions Dry OooiU, Liirtleii' ready
I Lincoln Sunday morning for a business nude Saturday night nice and Instructive Pies Cakes, etc. to Mrs. [Dclnncr'w)
and a ,
:Mr. and woven Underwear, Ferris' Renowned very Attorney H. II, Seymour, of Klni-lni- go ,,
conference with II. \. Flagler. The Green Mrs. W. Bisbeo and Mrs. \ CoroeM, etc., emhrnidcrr and colored silks, I progiammo \\'111h'en/. at the race, arrived town this week, for the City ]Biiberv Vnehts, bmlidlng houses,
latter reached here [in his private car were visitors to Cocoa, on Saturday Honveni fipoons, Stationeryt City Hall for the benefit of the Methodist imipoHO of assisting States Attorney J. hotels and families: supplied.(

Sunday morning and .left for Titusville by steamer Couitenay. church, under tho supervision of Mrs. 1). Heggs In a case In which Tom Tiger,

I lOOn afterwards. Mr. Kingman and wife, Mr. \Vethey HOTKL RIVERSIDE. MELIIOURNR, FIA., Allen, and reflected much credit on all n Benilnolo Indian, chatgos Ilaimou: \

Mrs. J. A. Lovelace returned Saturday and wife, and Peter U'ittfeld, all of overlooking and Indian River lioard. homelike aooom.modatloiiA concoini'd. The most notable feature of Hull, ft white man, with obtaining his Dissolution' t Xntlro.Ihn \ .
rood $1 no
I light from a months' visit with relatives Geol' lana, were calling hero Sunday. day or $11.00( to $7.00 per week according]per to the play was time yoingest actor on hoi so under false pie tenets. Tom Tigor,
it&ivannah. With her came a merry loeatlou of room. Special rate to Illycrpooplo. record.faster Fm musk Lane who /figured. who Is a lino specimen of the Florida ;; -
The bottom has simply dropped out of IInll'rMljtlU.I Inn( H llil lsv dlii \1ved ;
CIIAS.T.McItRhDE\ conspicuously In tho tableaux "Xew Indian-standing about > l hy
0 ft :
Misses 'I J in.
house party, consisting Irene all the inntunl I
Mr I
market, and farmers will l'roprletor.rlr' Woman." I coiment, .lolin U Walker'' retiring
and Florence Colmar of Savannah, and have to poor Master Lnno Is only six height and weighing 2.10: HIH\ ,-was nor !air.'hits..t. Cnrdnitr Mill contltino tlinhnMIK' -
i | )Hiss Elloise Moore, of Jacksonville. keep digging through tho sum- months old and pO.fl'ct'my of I'ontpnnteil hy. another Indian-lUllle .. it'ount. dun Die "rill111 lie pnlil to I
mer. shine. The slln'j ('t1s A. Inrdner, who will nettle nil Indebted-,
a ::: Subset Iptlons for the ADVOCATE, piogrnmmo Is too Ham, a son of the famous chief Tullaj i
tress lOr I the llrin.Tltimvlllo
Arrangements are being ,,made by the Sunday last II. J. Allen and little girl, the pink paper of the East Coast will be for insertion suffice It that everybody! j I hnsnoo-w hen 1 they visited the ADVOOAFKollleo. laHIIlm: W\LI\lm, '
I citizens of the town to give the officers Mabtl, came down from Gcorglana in received tho Melbourne Postoflico. had a delightful evenln After tho en- Tho pictuicNijtio) OMtll'1II'S-I\S Kin., Apt II inch,1stru.I I

of the Lincoln a receptipn, Thursday his boat, and took aboard S. A. Osteen teitainmont the young men gave an Ice well as tliemxehew-have panned sonic _, i tj
evening next. It will be an Informal and wife, Mis. S. E. Enuis. C. Wilkinsonand cream festival fiom which u goodly sum excltementahumg the young people and C
| affnrto show appreciation of the kind Miss ]Blanche was netted. Iho negiocH of
Stewart, for a day on our town. Mr. K. A..swenilngon .
P. P. Powell left last week.
ness of the oflicers dining their stay the beach,. All retained in the after- (or Chicago Tho ] Plcico of Fart Pleico, nccouiinnles
Toil rendered |
liming us. The Lincoln will return next noon well pleat cd. Ills family will follow later.Mr. _,__..... ......._........h._amateurs_. .. .,,' -_ .. nnUJImIIIr ,;1, IIII'm no I(tint't\t n f..r, I .. i i il
> -
week to her former run oil the coast of |'l Uaal l Ulll Illu lib IfllU lylLJT li.lll flint I ; i w l t I
and The agalnnt
Mis. Northrop and two children Wednesday night for ,iho bencllt of tho case' Hull will come up l
Maine. and maid left here Wednesday on Episcopal chinch. Tho hall was filled befoio Judge Jones this morning.
Eau Gallie. the northbound tialn.Jndfje tb Its &
capacity by a lino and Intellectual OF
-Please write us whenever you fail to Jones, wife and son left here a'udicnce, who gave ample evidence of ARRIVAL OF THE CANAL O I

receive the ADVOCATE. Monday for their home in Waukoegan, their appreciation by the resounding
C L.' Taylor is about again, !after a Ill. We hope they will return next 11111.M..s. upplaiiho that was iwcoided the peifoimeiH. I'- | COMMITTEE.On ( ..vW '
week's illness. ,
The amateurs weie assisted 4CROWRT3JACKSONVILLE.
Frank Robertson left here last talent. J. A. Gilbert Wednesday, /Senator II. W. Fuller,
Mrs. Frank Houston and children Tuesday for Chicago, being Called thereby kindly of I
accepted a part lu the piogiauime, ; Uei'icNvntatlve John II ,
her husband
joined here
Monday. the illness of her sister, AI.'s. Mo- and, of com NO, was tho star of tho oven- II. Harp, of CreSeentCity ; and Kepienentatho dY I

Roans are being' rushed forward In Adams. lug. .Ills operatic solos worn delightfuland J, N. Whltner, of Sanford, tho
Geo. G. Mercier has been In our large: quantities, but the crop is neaily (cRllrs. Faran and Robertson havo his character songs and dunces joint committee appointed) !iy the Lfgls- V

1 burg during the past week, in the in- exhausted been having:; Hue spoil' fishing .lately brought tho house down. lIe was enthusiastically I,itmo to vial and report upon) the run- rir I
I icIest of his insurance business. encored to the :alms of the 1.101111.COllllt Lino Canal and ,
G. F. Paddison made a trip to St. iud they don't forget to give some- to stage sev
As anticipated, the entertainment at Augustine and Jacksonville : their neighbors oral times. Mr. Oilbeit certainly merits TiiuiHportiitlon! Company, aiilvnd In .tR SJ
C.iI.Racey'swasagtoatsuccess. !, the homage he lecelvod befoio tho foot\ Tllusvllle, nceonipunlod! by Auditor( ".. ,
lilaijje;( attendance /was on hand, Quito canning Tuesday. Dr. Houghton, of Dayt.on1haB his lights. Tlio affair was under the able (!eo. W. ()II I him and J. I,. Coleo, civil ..;;. .....;;

l ofotu' Jcnsenites being amongth many Mr. Flagler. and party passed north indhomo: houseboat, Dentos, at the management orI's.! Maudo Stetson: engineer: for tho canal company) The
I ber. num- Sunday, on a special train, stopping a city dock, where I lie has many daily tho ch.uining wife ot. tho station nguiit abovo cotniiiltteo at orico boarded the Ask your Grocer for
few minutes at this station \'Isl tors. Too much )praise cannot be accorded launch Eau Gallic, commanded by Capt.

llr and :Mis.[ Hebbcit have rctlied Dr. Donnan, who has spent the winter Mrs Stetson for tho grand uncross of Goo. (G. (Jleiison! antllt.rt for an Inspect) "4 Crown" Butter.
from Mis. Will Kitchell went to Cocoa
the manigement of the Sunday at Hotel Ulvei.side, left for bin home in tho entertainment SIll! also played tho ion of tho ]JUulover[ Canul. They 10I t,
I School. In future it will be held in the Tuesday, wheio, she will be under the Piltsburg last Monday. Wo hope to see loading lolo In the "Country Aunt," soil I in noil! hole tho samu evening, and early Take no other. .
Ton hall, which insures attention of Dr. llughlett! se'eralOeks.. tho cilticlsm could) I yesterday morning '
larger pat.ronage him return eaily next season. .only one make was they Him ted on their i
( M the hill to the school-house J. A. illicit: left for Dayton, 0., on I that she was far too pretty and sweet, way south on a thorough Inspection of
ras tOil much for we poor crackers, with. Wednesday, to be gone all summer. His The members of tho literary club anda for tho dowdy costume of "Aunt Peabody the work done on tho cnnaK The committee
I that tired feeling, toclirnb. mother and family will follow In about number of friend enjoyed a delightful ," )1 lisn Grace Williams looked OH appealed/ to luivo been ploasuil TRY BUG DEATH

Aliteiaiy club two weeks. moonlight sail to Mclbouino Beach last beautiful as a beam as the 'Statue with the work done. at. the lliuilover Can I,
ed. The Is about to be organiz- Tuesday evening; also a picnic and surf Biido" tho drat tableaux. \\Tho music al.I v
name has not been decided up00 Miss Maria Jones a winter guest of bath. between the acts was enchanting, and Mrs Fuller I and HllloHon
Hunched under we would the suggest that it be Hotel Granada< returned to her home. Capt. A, J, Goodo letiimod home was fiiirtlshed) by Mr. Koylaneo and I Mrs[ led her husband to 'Fl tusvllleand they f @ ON GROWING '

0/'the modest 'appellation Niles, Ohio, last Thursday, very much from Palm Beach sick and has been Ihu'uetone. Mr Koylance Is a concert loft on yesterday (if tei noon's train for VEGETATION

rjlnfuimation Jonsen-Xational-Intelligent-Liter-Clq b. Improved in health by her winter in ill tor the past ten days, but under very tho violin player from Now'ol'k city, and Post Palm Boach, where they will join \' !f.{ I '"

Florida. i iMr. Hkiliful care of Dr. Peek, we hope to Mrs. Hartslone gracefully wows. tho the remainder of time party on board tho : \ -

and Mis. Walter Watson are here boon.seo' him well. palm of tho finest pianist; we have ever liunch, and go through the canal to .' TI An Insecticide nail f ftUG
St. aboard the steamer St. Sebastian, Mr. been fortunate enough to have amongus. Miami, to complete tho Inspection ., v
Augustine. Watson being in charge of the steamersSt. Tho young men of our town gave a Aneatsum was loallred and will --'-'-- OGY"t' l'lantFoomi
ball at Hotel Carleton last Wednesday bo forwarded to of tho 1.,/' ,
Sebastian and St. Augustine, which Bishop Giay, 'j
nlt'yele In Titusville.Time ''A''J.U''
evening. Prof. : and wife furI I:Southern diocese.

.1A.,..great, !many_ of our railroad officials are laid up heie.Commodoio/ nUhed Limo music and it was- fine. Tho --- ------ -- M .UN..,.*..I'_.ml.car. ..y...ilu Combined. ,
n "" ,
i united Mitusylllo this week. C. A. Welsh and :Mrs. young ladles furnished refreshments, regular bi-monthly bicycle 'IICOIIwel'o I

I Land Commissioner J. E.: Welsh, winter residents of the Banana: and a must delightful evening was spent Eldora. started on Saturday last, arid the ADVANTAGES OF USE I

has retained from his Ingraham. river section, passed through hero Tuesday by all piesent. following wore run: One-mio ol'ell- Easy: to apply, wind does not blow It
to Sable
and trip Cape their return to Boston, Mass, Arthur Brown first Sam l'elklnHlIoc off, and.( inln will
other points in. Dado county, on Dr. T. Unsaid Knight's three ehll- C' S. Houston spent Sunday: with Tim ; : ( not wash it off. Pre
their winteriu I and I vents blight,
having thoroughly enjoyed ; i'nestaualandIoghmin third Non-potnonous and will
: ,
The dl'en-tho Misses Mm id and 11IIdred Gaines and family, ut Oak Hill. .
proprietors> of Hotel Floiida.Mr Time, 2in.: / Thico-mlle tint liijmu
Dt Magnolia arc I also '1'lIIn-and I their ojon-Kinest anything except Insect life ;
I >thlll' "t1.ltil\:; lot a.r addition to tho house and Mis. John F. Smith left for alter spending the 1'14.UIiCH whiter' with, Mr.aunt andfirs J. P. '[summer carne down from :New YIIl1lanllln ham, list( ; Sam Perkins, an excellent plant food, and will Increase ;;-
j slimmer\ which will be Smyrna !Saturday 'uftemoon second; Arthur Blown thlid. Time growth of Send for circulars
a big ins leturnlng crop. and
last week John Joode their I .
pruvement.Tbb their home in Chicago;: stopping grand patents, '
:Suuday. lasts: 200( yard dmdi-Sam Perkins, testimonials fiom' those who have used ,
Augustine and left here last for their home
bt. Monday I lit
at Daytona,
/first; Ernest Vnnlandlrigham second It. Try It-It will do nil
1 liev: Father Mr.[ and Mis.Pomeioy Pa. Ilarils Gau/e of Tuinbull ; wo claim.
Philadelphia :
d draw Maher, at the rest Jacksonville en loute. Bay, wasa Ailhur, Brown ililid. Time. Ill second DANKoirnc I
III th0 their dui'big vlnltor of S. P. Walsh ,
bishop last Friday, married will occupy cottage part of last :
Five mlla Vamandlngham Or
Tbnmas Key. Jesse Had ley and family, who nice KineHt Leomltister Mass.
Fagan mouths. week. ,
ofOrmond. and Miss(! Mary Buckley the coming summer have lived In Dr. H, D. Brown's handsome llrstAithur; BlOwn, second; Sam Perkins K. J, .Martlnay, Gcn'l Agt.,

Mr. and :Mrs. C. L. Ives returned to house on New Haven avenue for Mr Baikcr' of Oak Hill, has purchased third. 'l'Imo,15HJ:( Jacksonville, Ha.

Ernest W Howatt, of this place, has Grand Rapids[ Mich., last Monday, 101lV- the past eighteen months, returned to all of Mr. Biown's bees and .. .
turoed front "*vana, and is now a* log their place in charge of Mr. Bennett! their home In Monrovia, Ind. They have will move them from Eldora to Miami, -- -- -" -- --- -- -. --_ .__ ____u__ .__ ___ __ I

sating: his brother In the Hotel Supply who will see that It gets proper atten- gained much In health by their stay next week.
'ornpany'8 stot'o tion during the summci. Mr.[ Ives orange here, and have made lots of lends who
County Train u i'er 1). Perkins /Smith' :
dthe n. DL Fla"ler returned bore tbeflistte trees arc coming along nicely. hope to seo them return again in his line large: schooner, Yolusla, accompanied The Moiiarcli l of Strength is

week from! his visit t0' Titusville, Major Peabody, of the TimesUnionand by several friend, ;jmld El- r

id in We understand was gaily decoiat- Citizen, was in town Wednesday, In -If you are In search of bargains, dom a short visit the first of the week
Ind his honor Hurrah for Titubville the Interest of Floiida's neat daily. We read the ADVOCATE columns carefully. Mr. Smith sailed for tho Bahamas Tuesday
the ADVOCATE BUmrAthizo with the genial_ major.on the f a 1J1T f 1t. T 1 1 1jwi

On loss 'of a portion cf his long, now ing John Abbott Chas.
Glawson and
beet iadiedaat' aftern his >'sid'enceton G.Saint N. beard, and hope It will soon grow again. Roseland. S. Heaven, of Hawks, Park, have been C. LIU1 : 4r

1OO1ge klreet' after an Illness of several The steamer Silver King, which has busily engaged this week moving Mr.
Deceased to and from Abbott's bees to the l'arkaI theme, Is
was 52 old and been carrying freight
t years T. F. Drake has finished his new work
aativeutSt Augustine. Stuart, on the lower river, Mil be shop.Mrs.. very little palmetto bloom on the peninsula 41 t r Th :+1'J '
AB I OUr brought here this week and placed on this Dprlng t

that residents' were sorry when theytldesd the Banana river run, while the steamer D. Cain has been spending abouta A serious misfortune occunml to I
ernancla Sanchez of the for ovei- week in Miuco\ with Mrs Till very
t one will be taken out an
*wealthiest and Spartan the steamship Whitney and crew of )1:)
vM of this had prominent this hauling. Q. Gibson is occupying his new house men, bound for New York from New COFFEE.I
ileU had RoHeland built tho railroad Orleans. Saturday at 11 o'clock boat
ceased been confined to his The projected inlet opposite just by company : a
for several weeks He was ninety Is an assured thing, provided sufliclontfunds'be A, E. Campbell ls down from JIel containing ]Hi men tiled to land through I
ra old, ana had cost of bourne for an extended stay the heavy breakers One oar struck 't
spent the whole of .. ___oIr"-'rI
time suWithbsuch promoters I 4&t "" "" '
In St. as E. bottom, which caused a capsize. The
tbe Augustine. T dredging.. Branch, G. F. W. bcoble Mrs L. C. Moore spent a few days In bodies of the captain and oiler of the f I II I II ( srsso1.UTICLY PUlll7.) 4

r I to ADVOCATE Is always welqome, and other8 of equalisprom tho Melbourne, returning Monday evening. Whitney were recovered, after drowned. ,I Its strength cornea from Its purity. It Is all puro coffee,
( 01\\
ft t has often Clty heard and your correspond. work will not be neglected, and the Inlet The chief engineer, flrt assistant enKI'1 freshly roasted, and Is sold only In one-pound sealed l P
/ven words of praise for will be Its benellt to i itlshermen Rio. floors one 'Ireman' and one tailor packages Each package will mako4O cups. Tho pack

//tr of/ Hotel.tpopuldr and affableGreave sportsmen, merchants and. only ones saved from a watery grave. ago lu sealed at the Mills so that the aroma Is never
AIcazar-Mr., fact all Indian River people, Is too welt Twelve were drowned within the first and weakened. It has a delicious .flavor. Incomparable t

pats: \I bile In high terms' of the pinky known, to need comment O. W. Scobie, W. Hogg Is shipping tomatoes. second bieakers. Another boat containing strength., It Is a luxury within the roach of all
r ] those two Jovial officials Fred Fisher, of Cocoa; G. the other 1$ men has not been heard
1J'ra. A. S. Loomis and A L Marsha of Tltu8vllle; Oallle; E. P. E. Kuschel has left for West Palm I from yet. It was In charge of the first Insist on<"Lion" Coffeo
of Eau
> >
addlson Never
hne F. J and ground nor sold lr bulk.
a kind word for it. Jorgensen, of Grant, Beach. mate. After leaving[ New Orleans Monday None Genuine without
bDr' JOhn Vedder .several ; persons at other The'musical entertainment at Stuart April 17, the trip was made well, Lion's head.
diet here on Satur- prominent orB until off Cape Canaveral when she doss not biT Moo Cottt In bl. store, j
o : will receive subscrlptlon8 has been postponed. .uiiil us bin nauio sad tadroM bat (
I If f Grocer we
ldtpuorh i8 pJares,
kit althtlorssome yeajlgandbad sent tolbourne the treasurer, E. I'. sprung a serious leak. Loaded with your nmy piers u on 1 tli r*. iMt not' atv.k,l
i III nChaMebe State Dank, Melbourne Frank Glass hat arrived from Newark, cotton, syrup and pork the soon gar w'UtmLMUN(ulMtltuU.BPICE CO.. .
*ftltan Toludu Pblo, I
i aaweak have been caused ways ar 0, and will assist his brother, Charles, with water and foundered, :53 I ?
heart. Ills age I t

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rvif, ; and flavor of fruits, I PERSONAL-..---CHATS.- Florida East Coast Ry.. Florida Central & Peninsular Railroad

r' quality and appearance Henry: tlavemeyfr rim nt 7:80: a. m. S

: rod retired at 10:80: p. ra. He it healthy TIME TABLE NO. 80, IN EFFECT APRIL 11, 1899.HKTWKKX .

of vegetables: wealthy and wlee. Time Table In Effect' Apr. 12, 1899.

6-UTA; BOUND Read 00,"'. NORTH BOUND (Read Up).
weight and plumpness of grain, Frank Hunter Potter a nephew of .

the Episcopal; bishop of New York, ta a o"N.- No uy.v..4) c:: ,:, .
arc all produced by Potash.Potash grand l opera tenor whose stage name ii >
:Hlgtior: Fi: 111 pe- ...... JackllO.nlle .......................Arrlye '14/rp R!i $S: s i !
48)p155Marrtva./...............I5t. AtI..Rtlnfl........................lAa'e 886p Oha4fyp1JtocLeers. s 7N = =
J, M. Carrie has written much in ........................t1t. ......................... 0em 0404U T3ii; ---! "'i 2 iFp Ly TltunUle FIC: Ar. 2 /-'iiTr. -
praise of tobacco and yet is himself a .!. !!p !lln II .. .................... .. HytUtI!'_ ..........................Lea,. 66 0014 s45a 83ep Lv. 8& Angtllltine' Ar..n toa II 301'

If? : the 4 10 Ifi Arrive :.... .......... .... .......}>.L' .ka. ... . ..... .. .. ..Lea ve SUP 4204 .. ... 430p ... .. 8208 : : : ::: 8 nip, Lv.Jackennville.Ar! ., .. 9011a ...... 1401' 8 boa
nsmok Ill health is of .
7 () r. At root 6P fi ii { eve .... ........ .... ... a1e11u. ... . ...... ........Arrly "ii'OOP OlOe .. a20p .... IItIOa ... ... 84/1p Lv..Tuloe..Ar' : .......... 130a 81fa! ..... 655I 801a

l his abstention.The :!i t2 ,lrriv."..,,,.,, ,, ,. ..........8'. oleo-- .. ... .. ... .........Leave UOp lies . allOp .,...Ion yam... ...101 l140pAr..Fernandlna..L":'J' Ar.....Everett .....Ar .. .... 6110a ..., 11111)811130a))' 83011

next house will have as a memo "'ili1P"flOa! Leave ...... ......... ... ....bu taten. ..... .. .... ... .. .Arrive IOAU.1446p : : ::: tI 7151) :;: :: :::::: ...... Ar... runswlck. .LL. ...... ah .. ... 4001' "

: properly combined with Phos ber a veteran police judgo of ten years'experience .1:Np fP"' ,.........,.)........ ftaet' Palatka ..... .............,..Leave 615p 81lVI; .. .. ..p. 12271- ... 1160pAr.! ..,Savannah.8avannab..Ar.. ........ 6411a aosa1J4...... 307p1209a : .
the 00p 1.t.e. ua..4)......... .Ormond......................... 'Wp 713. ... ..... .i'OOpI23 p" ... Lv.. ...Lv ..4).. 8 a 21161' "
Acid and and in boyish looking George I lep 11lfJ'p( .......................... 861p 701.r2tip .. ... ... 9 Z3p :2151) ..... 206aAr.FnirtuS.C. .?..... 6004 anal'2 a .
: phoric Nitrogen, P. Foster of Chicago.The 4).4)..Port Orange.)..4).......... ... 8'Ip 661.7'p .. .. .. .. .. 10451' 3001' ... ... 2l5Oa "" .1>enmark.SC Oa.. ..... .3088. .. .. .IOaI210a.. .. .
.... .... ....... .. e1tU.004p :. .. .. .. / ...... 8Ma ..A.ngusta. 52oa .
I & .u..w..u.u..N.wam rsa .. ....... 320p .. .. .. 935p) .
.. .
.. .... .
liberally will improve German according to U"I H ..... ...... .. ... ; .. .... .. ..... 44.'la II ColulDbla.S.C. 1247a I03:>a. .
applied, emperor, ( .u.u..n.u. Oak Bill ... ....... 241p .. .... 43111' ..
.. .., .
the announcement of the Berlin new- p ." H ..........................TltuR"UI.......................... 2or.p I 5tfaa' ...... .. .,. .. .. .. ...: I12.5a "SFartanburgBC" .. aexp .... ..
.. .
tit soil and increase yield ...... 'PI\ II ..........).........)..<.:Ul r..m'.I...,........... 183p ...... .. ... .... ::.. .. ....:. ..".. 1401' ".. II h"'llle, C". .. .. 20p. ....". .... .
.... ..,
every iapern| is going to write a book about .. ... ..4)4).4).4).r.4).o.C4eoa..r..4).. 126V...... .................... 8 ..... 9 true Charlotte. N C 1020p 8111a.
I II Rockl..1tre....... ..... ...... .... ..1047a Salisbury.N. C. ...... 82l\p\ ...... 84.\a ,
T4. his journey through the Holy Laud. )... "" p 4).0... R .. .....).. 1 tip .. .. .. .. .... 10111))
and quality of any crop. ).). 'O\Ip\ Of .................. ....... Fen' Gal/If/ ..........4)......... ... 121\1.\. ...... .. .. .. .. ?.... .. ... 1127)) ..1210. "Oreeullbnro.N.C"" ..... 1201'..... a3Oa. '.,.
General H. W. Lawton of Santiago 4)... 41tp Of ......... )..))))...)tf'lbonrn"........ ... ........... 241a .)... .... .. .. .. .....,123Ga": : anvllle.Va. .,4).... 80ip ..... 415a ..
...... 457p .........................;.tt-ttelnftd .................unn.. 1203& ..... .. .. 8l'Oa.. .. .. 821Richmond.) .Va. ..." 12 OlIn ...... .11 001' .
Y # ,' Write and get Free our pamphlets, which Fume is a collector of army autographs ...... 601p j M .u..4)... .... ...).....8f1baRth'.,......)....))...... 16tr.. .. ". ."...". .". ..".. ...... 24/1a .. 321\1' Lvnchbur Va. ...... 3MI' ....... 211I\1' ..
tell how to buy and use fertilizer with Bud has the signatures of several hun ...... : .". ...................... ....lIt.! Lncla.o..t..J... 1100a ...... .... ..... ...... 4110a ..1'.... 5211))) Charlotte.v111e, ...... 2151) ... 1223a.,
...... S 16p ........................Fort PI.rce......................... 110:1&: ..).. .....?. ...... ...... 1Ma ...... Washington r" .. ... 11151 ...). .,92OP.
pcatcst economy and profit. dred of the most famous soldiers of our .)... "Ip ..4)4).4)4)............ Eden ............................ .. 1021.4).4) .. ... .... .... 912& ..... 1I21\P.\ Baltimore .... .. 681) ,j I.
\ army. ...... "''1' It 4)4).4).4).4) Je..n .............4).4)4).4)4).. to lea ...... ..... ....... .:. a... ... .. 261ia to rhiladl'lphla ..4).: ; '. 'I.
GCRHAN KALI WORKS, .... Step H ......................... Htltart ......,4).u.. too a .... ."...... .... ....1. 121 .:t p...... 623a" New York ".. ...... 942a..7. 30p() .. ,
93 Nassau 5t., New York. Lord Wolaeley (is a splendid artist. He ...... f2fp .........................Hobfl t1.und.. ....................... II ara: 4).... .. .... .. .... .. .... 9001'.... ... 3001' ..... ...Dot on...... ...... '1
and makes ...... 7hPp ...................... .W..t Jupiter .................,.. 92aa nn
paints very well indeed pen ...... slop ....................West Palm Beach...................:.. 14..a ...... 8 2ila .. .... .. .... .... 8011p Lv .Jac lIonvllle. Ar ...... ,..... ..,... 8641/ 7Np'
t' "a and ink or pencil sketches which are ...... 18'1 ..4).4).4).4).......... Boynton ......... .............. 821a .u.4) ...... ..... .. .... I012pAr..Everett..4)Lv ...... .. .... ...... 830a 6101'
of orderof ...... l.s" .. ....................... .... D.1r.y .. .......... ............. 812& ...... ..... ...... ...... a208 :: .... Atlanta..r.4). .. ...... In Op\ 630a
described as being a very high ...... f6Jp ......................1'0' lAuderdale...................... f a ...... 103(4.... ...... ...... 9311a ..Chattanooga.. .: ............. ...... I s lop .
', THE BEST POLICY. merit. ......IOIUp": ..... ..f........... Lemon City .. ..................... ens.! ..... ..4)...i.. ...... ..... 710p ...Clnclnnat.. .. .. .....1......... ....
... ...10 Arrive. ........................ ...Mtamt... .. ... ....... .. ....... GIOa! .)). ''''
J The Rev William Ingraham Havenof
r bometlme.llonesty In and 80m.th. NKW SMYRNA AND OKANOK CI TY' JUNCTION. No. 34 makes connection for Brunswick, arriving Brunswick 8:30 p. m.
1'' It I.n.t. Brookline, Mats., who has been elect For New Orleans train leaves Jacksonville 920 a. m., with through: sleepers, ar-l
the board of of o. a ATIO o, 4 0, through sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from New
1 ed tpcretaryof managers riving New Orleaoll7:40 a. 01. Only Orleans -
He bad put the momentous' question Y l1)hI v......... ... .......... .. .... ....,.,..,..,Arf3 606p406p 7:40 m.
to her and was waiting in fear and the American Dible society, is a son of 1121. ....,.4),4)4)............... .wbpyrna................. ......,,.Lv 1210p 45.p417p SlInda1I p. only, sleeper leaves Jacksonville for Tallahassee at 7:50: p.m.
I the late Bishop Haven (Methodist). 11894 ....................... .Orange City. .......................... 12 (lUp 43Op
p,, 4 trembling for ber answer-the answer 4 9D 11451 Ar.. .,Or.a .Oiction. ..... 1165. 4&p SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.

which would either rake him up to the Samuel\ Fielden who was imprisoned All tra es twee. New Smyrna and Ors. e L nnetlon Daily exeept nnday, Nos.35 and 38 Fast :Mall Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville. and the .Cincinnati I

for participation in the Haymarket Sleel"r via Asheville .
seventh heaven of him
delight or cost
between Jacksonville and New York In connection
Nos. 3S: and 34 carry throneh sleeper! with
f down to the fourteenth bell of doflpnir. riots in Chicago; is now living quietlyon KEY WEST AND HAVANA.The 8 and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.No. 1
his farm near La Veta, Cola, and .38 carries Cincinnati Florida and Havana Limited from Jacksonville to Atlanta and
; "Before accepting or refusing your stamen of the Florida East Coast Seamshl Company are appointed to nil as follows: Chattanooga and Cincinnati."-This Is brought; to Jacksonville by No. 37. I

:r. proposal, she Raid softly, "I should only on rare occasions makes public ap-. ..... Krom Miami, II:*) p.D. 'u.laYI and Fridays. Arrive Key All baggage: will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city ticket !
., like to know whether, you have ever jwarances. K: Wf'U'to West hall p. m. Wednesdays and Saturday: Train 8] connect office,W2 Hogan Street as well as at the Union depot ticket office. I

f" kissed another girl?" Russell Sage takes the keenest pleasure and jr from KeyWest with Mtenmer.From L. A. SHIPMAN, A. O. P. A. F.C. WRIGHT, Dls. Pass. Agt., 202 W Bay St.|
Ky: W.st 3:30: p. m. Wednexdayi and Saturdays. Arrive A. O. )MacDONEIX Gen. Pass. Agent.
,fj! 'The room seemed to swim round the in bores and, although he seldom Dlrrot.ip Miami 5:30: .m.'rhursda e1.4Sundayeconneotingwithtrain78. -

:: : .i j anxious lover romlmling him forcibly rides now, he is very fond of driving the .".... M.m .- From: Miami 5 n. m. M hd..y. and Thursdays Arrive Key

i'y of his festive days. best horses. Following the custom of I to midfr West 7 p. ni. Monday. and Thursday Leave Key West 9 p. m.

"I have-many a time. his younger days!, he prefers to "trade" .m II..... same day Arrive Havana 8 a. m. Tuesdays and Fridays.
touching Ml Froru Havana. sailing( direct for l\1hlml. 11 a. m. Tuesdays
r\t I "Many a girl? the asked. horses to buying them. Key We.tPnlilhboiiiid. and Fridays. Arrive Miami 6 a. m. Wednesdays and Saturdays fb

\ lie nodded. Ills' hoiirt was too fall George Knox who died in London connrctltikf with tmlu 78.Tb (

s\':; for words recently, called blmself."tbe last of the .M Time Tables, show the times at which trains and boat may be expected arrive and SouthernRailway
"And have ever ridden a olcycle depart from the several stations and port., but their arrival or departure at the times QJV
\ you losicrnciaiii. lIe spent a long life stated Is not oaraateed, nor dons the Company hold fresh responsible for any delay or any
along a rough roud with frequent gradients therefrom. .
and great fortune in looking for thephilosopher's eBS tuenoea arising ;
of one in four at an Averago speed a stone the elixir of. life T.t copy of local time card call at 226 West Bay Street! Jacksonville or addre
''t J.1. BECKW1TH. Traffla Manager JD., RAHNER A. 9. P. A.
of 18 miles hour?
an "
r and other myths of "the rosy cross.! BtAUD1t0a:...- _
"Never, be replied firmly.
Sbe smiled. The late Dr. Bliss was for many years

t General Sherman's! ,physician. Once BETWEEN TITUSVILLE AND SANF.ORD.
"What is, then, your greatest! feat- Excellent Service Out of Florida.NORTH .
when the soldier complained "Yourstuff's
I ,
the of which mart
one you are proud
doing no good be replied. 8OUTILBOtTND. y-- -
lIe glanced down at his number thirteen me In Effect April U. 1899.
"Take Shakespeare's advice, then and No. 11. N.. J2. EAST WEST.
K, ; a s and muttered something about Mixed MIx.d. ,
throw It to the dogs." "There are too
i "two of them: Dally ex. STATIONS.Ially ex.Sunday.
valuable dogs in our neighbor-'' Sunday.
many .
Then she knew that she had nothing
t ,' hood," replied Sherman. liI4Cf am Lv..... TITU8VILLE .....Ar -6fo pm .10"' t.
1, to be afraid of. He would never deceive 1047 am L..La Onnlle..Ar; a43 pm ZHBOTJOH PULLMAN DRAWING BOOK CARS>.THOROUGHFARE
Pedro Perea, who will tm a delegate 1063 am LV''.......... Mims ,.....,.Ar a37 pm ,', !
jb'er.Her 10 the next from New Mexico It 0:1: am LV'.Tnrnbull..Ar' 5211 pm COACHES, VE8TIBULED? TRAINS.
..i cheek fell on his shoulder. congress It 111I .mIL..... ... .Auranlfa...;....Ar a2'lpm
+( "Papa is in the next room," she II of pure Spanish blood and ancient 1129 '.... .... Maytown..Ar foOt pm
his ancestors back for 1144 am Lv..CowOreek..Ar 446 rm12111I
whispered. lineage, tracing am .... ...... .......... 422 pm NEW YORK AND FLORIDA. EXPRESS.
Kissing her passionately, he raised 360 ,earl. lIe Is a Republican, always 12\10 am Ly.. ......Oartield..Ar 410 pm1l30
I a diligent party worker and a man of : am Lv..... ...Enterl'TlRe.. .... .Ar 4/10 pm Thronrh Vestibnled Drawing-Boom Bleeping Cars between Tampa and New York,
d tier up Bud went out into the hall for ; 12441 amL..EnteT.rt.e! Juno..Ar 3110 pm via Jacksonville Savannah and Columbia, without change.

the olothesbrnsb. affairs being interested in mining and I 00 l'm Ar.. ." Sanford.... .... LY 3JO Im
i I. "If I bad told her the truth" he stOCK raising and president of the First "UNITED STATES FAST MAIL
t 1 av- Tickets will not be sold to stations between Sanford and Enterprise, nor will tickets to
\ muttered as the powder fell from his National bank of Santa Fe. such points issued by other lines be honored on F. E. C. Wy tralus. Tickets may be sold Sanfordto Pullman Drawing-Room Buffet Sleeping Can between Jacksonville and New York,

coat, "I should have been in the street Enterprise and vice versa. via Savannah and Columbia
by now. At my age most men have Boat
Torpedo Life
: kissed many a girl. It is not my fault Embracing; Lynchburg, Charlottesville,
So injurious is life on a torpedo boat
t > that I am"'an exception. And that bicycle Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia.
:\ that a year's continuous service will

.* ; rider But the gradients were" one mentally and physically incapacitate a Pullman Drawing-Room Sleeping Cara to )Macon Atlanta Chattanooga and
i in three and the peed 20 miles. Cincinnati.
mdn. This assertion! is made on the authority
Sometimes is the best
honesty policy,
of Lord Charles Beresford, bet
cometiuiea not.-Judy.In Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
that the strain on any one serving on Mc- ,w?, s Ott

l these craft is very great ia shown by the Cincinnati, via Columbia and Asheville, Through the
Living History.
fact that month's 'service the
A l&or111 told of a common soldier to one -
: British naval allow "LAND OF THE SKY.
regulations one
: and a new recruit from Pudsey who, iE&i
week off. is
Austria to
when entering one of the European bat. Daily Limited Train For Cincinnati via Everett.For .
the of service
mitigate hardship onthese
;, ties, was no terrified with the rattle of
boats and life built for
on one FF
musketry and the uoiso of war that be ksoh
the Austrian navy and tried on the detailed Information as to rates, schedules Bleeping car reservations etc., apply to
f tan behind a tree, saying that if they My agent of the bouTiiKHN RAILWAY or its connections.
Thames demonstrated to be
'wont on in that way some one would iit
be killed. pleasunter than on those of the English

navy.DROPSY. o R. W. HUNT. Florida Pass. Agt., 212 West Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla.
His comrade said to him; "Come onl I ,
Do a hero, and we shall live in history. ., C
f Traffic Manager Gen. PaH Agt., Asst. Gen. Pass Agt..
To" this the man replied: "I don't'Want \\ a"hiiiKiou, D. C. Washington D. C. Atlanta Q*.
to live In history. I want to live CURED with vegetableKumedlnK. ,
.t Have cured April 10, 1899.MALLORY.
i in PudBoy. "-Nuggets. many thou.and ea *sculled
: }.oel) _. In tea
lays at leant two-thlrr,,of all nvmvtoms removed
Sentence Moderated. Ttinf tmonUU and TEN DATA! t rvatmunt free. I4.w ,

"Patsy, ain't yo goin down to Muldoonoy's DR. s. S. CREEK'S SOBS' Box K,Atlanta.Q% 1V

the night There'll be fine k STEAMSHIP LINE.

doiu'g tberel" Notice of Bluster's Sale

"Not I. Haven't ye heard that Muldooney ice. Florida. New York,

threatens to murder me the first Philadelphia and Boston.
t time he set ?" and by virtue of a decree of tore. i
i on me
x'1 eyes UNDER I From Urniiswlck direct New York..
and sale UsiiInK out of the Circuit ( ), to
"Ah, bhoy, he's changed his moiud, Court in and for Kievard County "Florida '
for he's araisouable chap is Muldoouey. wherein Mary }:. S. lk'grauw/; as executrix uf the h # PASSENGER SERVICE.
ft estate of Aaron A. l>uirrauw, is complainant, SAFETY I COMFORT I QUICK RATES I''l To make connections: with steamers leave Jacksonville! ]
He tea murder's too dangerous a game and Norman 11.Jolmtttoiieand his wife Esther 1 on Thursdays at 8:JO a. m., via Fernandina and "Gov. Salfom'*

nowadays, an he's promised his woife Juhnstonu et. al.are umlauts, 1 will unit at Cuisine and Service. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York. (Cumberland Route). Dinner en route. Or, via all rail. lea\,
imbllo auction, In front of the Court House Finest ing Jacksonville 4:30: p. m. (F.! C. & P.), via Everett and Southern
instead 1"
t only to manslaughter ye door at '[Itlll\'11I0. Itrovard County, Florida, The Fleet Is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers t"Comanche" a R'y. Arrive Brunswick 8:43 p. m. Passengers on arrhal
Tick Me Up.'TrJ'lolr. during the legal hours of sale, on the go directly aboard steamer '
FIRST !\ \ \IA\I800, (new), "Algonquin, "Iroquois, "Cherokee, "Seralnole.
to Bacon.
( being the first day of said month to the highest NorthBound.Steamers i Lv.New Brunswick I
York 21 Standard Time. Lv.
E.R.,1:0011.: m. ( )
Benevolent Stranger (to little boy who I bidder for each the follow lii ilu"cnb.Bd
and best sail to the tide. Friday :\lar.3L... .... .... ... ......... :l
real estate, situate lu Urevard County, FlorAl are appointed to according RIO ORANDE .... ...............Friday ApoFriday .
la looking about for something on the tile, to-wit I From JACKSONVILLE: :, FLA., ( ), dundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Apr. 7.. COLORADO .... ...... .............. Friday, "I
::4 ; ground-) What are you searching for, the north part of the south-half of the From CHAULESTON. 8. C., Mondays, and Fridays. *Friday H... .... .. ... .... .... ... RIO HR\NDE..... ...,.."' .. ............Friday, '.'. i 1.
ii my dear What have you lost? southeast quarter of section 1'J. township Beirlnuinir its.southranne3Beast .. For hour of sailing ten"Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston daily palters. Friday, 21... ...... .......... .. .. .. ... COLORADO>.. .............) ...,..t'rlday, J
denorlbml as follows
Little Bov-My balance, sir. I tum. soveu chains north of the southeast SouthBound.Steamers For general information steamers trains rates etc., apply to any railroad agent or to
of said section 1!, thence run west to the are appointed\ to sail from Tier 211, East River; :New York, at 3 p.m., as follows t IIABIL GILL, S. A., 220 W. Bay St.Jacksonville.
bled corner
off that fence and
er jest now, southwest quarter of said section 12: thence For CHARLESTON, S. C., Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.For H. H. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent Brunswick Ga.
runtver sod as bow I'tlos' ,it, so 1 north 13: chains, more or less to tho northwest JACKSONViLLE, FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays. C. ?.MALLORY,General Agent,Pier 20, E. River, and 385 Broadway,N. Y.

; 't thought I'd try and find it afore father corner of of the ahlltCtlonll.southwest quarter: thence of east the 40 ooutheast)chains, Clyde New England and Southern LinesFreight only)

1 came home.-''Ally Sloper. quarter more or less, to the northeast'corner of the (Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways)
.outheestqusrler of the southua quarter of "STEAMERS"
[ Her Conscience. lahlstCtlonll. thence south 13: chains, more or are appointed to sail as follows t HOMESEEKERS
,i j lees to the place of beginning, containing land M: From foot of Hogan Street,JacksonvilU, From Lewis' Wharf, Boston, ._. ..__.._._'.._. _.. ... ..........
you think the same conveyed .
'What do of your new acres, more or less, being ,'1UUA 8. ._ FRIDAYS.Clyde's
l to John It. Hams bv Catharine }). Sams,
Neighbors? asked the hostess of the and recorded Hrevard County In Deed Hook .

) ''sweet" old lady who was calling. "N iwite 36. and conveyed by John H. Scans

"You know that I never speak unkindly and dated wife April to 20th.Norman 1HU2 or K.so Johnstone much thereof by as deed will St. Johns River Line. Who are Seeking a Home in the South should send to the undersigned! for.

of any one. I have nothing to be necessary to satisfy said decree. copy of theFlorida

way of her, but I will say of her husband GEO. M. UOU1UN8, Jacksonville,Palatka" Sanford. Knterprlse, ..and Intermediate landings on the 8t.John's River '
that I feel for -The elegant Iron Sldewheel Steamers
very, very sorry
Mm. "Detroit Free Press.A P.- L. OAULDEN', Special Muter "CITY OP JACKSONVILLE." "F1JEDK. DeUAKY,"

Flank Bloventemt. Complu. Sol. alrT.28 CAi'T.1V. A. SHAW. Capt.T.W. LUND,Jr. East Coast 01llsere ez 1.]

1 Are appointed to sail a*follow t

k Gibbous-My tailor will be here in Notice of Snle. Leave Jackson dally .tServi strict Leaves Sanford every: m, Enterprise 9:30a :
t bait an hour n,1daiilyy, exeeet 8undll) lint class In respect. \ .

The Boy-Yes, sir Shall ask him We 'have lands lot
for and
and by virtue of an agreement In SOUTH ) 8CHEDULE. NORTH BUp D. Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing,
/ *Q wait UNDER executed to the undersigned by Read odwn. Read Winter and Summer
Oibboni-No blockbeadl! What W. II. Ii.tlleasou 1 will sell at public auotlon .. ... Arrive Homes. Climate the healthiest In th" United States.
you .. Leave 3.35p.m..au................ n.Jack.onvllla..un. nu. 1.00. m.
da I am going out for?- In front of the Court House door of a sale 1.5 p. m. ....,.,.u.nnu.ol'aiatkb.n. .........,.... .... ... Lea,. 1.00 P. m. Apply
: you suppose vine, Florida during the legal hours on 1.00 a. au. ........... ... ..una .. A.ter...............,... ...u...... 2.3Q p. m.
; Philadelphia North American. the .. ..30 a. m. ....,................,.8& rr'anot.,4)4).4)' ., t. p. m. toJAS.
MUST MONDAY' IN MAY, A. l>. 1m, .6 a. m.,4),.. .....).... Dereaford ......4).4).4)......... 12.00 a. m. E. INGRAHAM Land Commissioner,
the highest and best bidder for cash the fol. 1.00 a. m. ...,4)4)a.,4),4)4)Btu. Sprteg..4)4).u........ 11.00 a. m. ,
Doss Frances Molina who has taken to described persoi l property' of aaldY.. Arr" 11.:10 .. m. u.uur..........8anford....).)).... 4),4)u.4) 1100 a.m.
much interest in educational matters in lowing H. H.. Ol.uon. *11-wilt Certlflcaw. No. 61, for II.I a. 111. ..........................ltnterprise........................... 11.30 a. m.: FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,
stock of the Kast
the capital
the past sailed for Havana to open "the se\en Coast Realty, Company of the par value of lloo Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
American school" there. The school each ttaadinic toe name otha.Id Uleason upon
.book of said company i undersigned be- .
will be American in its methods in its lag duly authorised by said agreement to ex.. w. H. WARBURTOW. T. P. A., I ". K.IROSMONGER.la.,1'1a. Pass. Art.t .
curriculum, in its textbooks and even cute In the name of the said W II. Oleaaop Uowllne Green,Nt. York. 804 West Bar Jacksonville, Fla.
in the use of the language spoken.. Miss an thereof.-assignment!- of- said stock to the purchaser C. F. LOVELU Aast. ri*. Bupt.soav114. ria. l'I I I.. HOWARD.Bup-rlnUndeut Foot Hojraa 8n JaoluoBTiUe. FU ADVOCATE does, neat, clean. Job Printing

Molina! belongs to .a very .old Cuban IIUXH WATTON' THKO. 0. KG." T. M.. Bowline Green, N.w"or *

family, but she ba received a, fine Eng. Hy Kwnr Walton t WM. 1'. Cl.Tl. Coy G Mr 4 AcHotrUmg seta. 1 Y Prices to Snit the Times]

jab education.. marJl-aprW ber Buibaod ud att'y fact .1 Qr......w.T.r k. IS a..>O.lw. .r- AveyZWad".r..b.1a. :s.- ?. (.Si"



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HOTEL Kane, ttns: received his spring EXPRESS.-

ATLANTA, GA. MAGNOLIA training in a milk wagon.It Southern1 pl.n.lll >>w AIItheYrarKnutern

is said that Lady of the Manor Rrrvlr

when 8 years old showed a mile at the The trains g'
ST. AUGUSTINE. new Nos. 3J: and 34, known
trot In 3:37:
as tho "New York and Kloilda Kx: press."
$" t 2,000 expended on Improvements and new furnishings this season Ida Ureenlander, 3:17: by Greenlander recently Inaugurated) by the Southern
Hydraulic Klcvntor, Hot and Cold Water Baths on each Hour; is to be campaigned next Rea
: vs also Private Itatlis added to several suite and'' II eat lilt.; Arrangements BOn over the Pennsylvania half mile Railway System, giving the best through.
l ? are a few of the Improvements added thin season, making this rings. service to the Northern cities lint Florida

popular house one of the most comfortable and well equipped hotels in the has ever has according' to an announcement
South. Write for booklet. Will remain open until May 1st.PALMKU William Dlll ton of Philadelphia Ii'
& JUncDOWKLL.Algonquin. now driving Miss Nelson 3:11: if, Rich- ncvnily m.ulo, are to beoperated
_ -. and Curtis' old breadwinner, on the the year "I ,,11111.In .
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road. addition to the through Pullman

Hotel. Palace Cars the "New York and Floe
Son, trotter Is of
2:37)1: a new one
t ld., KxpuW: canirit! tl.at elass '
the few goals got by Ventnre, 2:30: trotting ( 11.I'h"p

King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA : >8:10)4>: pacing son of Jerome Eddy, lending Jacksonville. at 8::!(> a. m. for
r before ho was gelded. IS'eshington, making connection atliToiishiioli
Refitted\ newly furnished and under
I new management. Centrally located The stallion Prince Alrlio, brother of ( ; liaKIgh: anlvlngiit Norfolk

t' yr Ct F } near all points of Interest. Largo sample .Chanty, 2:18,4: by Guy Wilkes, 3:15: } at 7:4.: : a. m., and at DmnllU-, arriving -

room for use of traveling men. Overlooking Chantilly, by Nutwood, has t been at Richmond a llil'O: a. m., und arriving -
Plaza and Monuments. A full shipped to South Africa.M. .
I Ir. at Washington at 7:40: view of the ocean and rolling breakers
II. Ticheuor who bought Bella
making connectionlth the "Colonial
from the piazzas Baths electric
;, bells and a perfect. system,of gas sewerage., Bells., 3:31: )J, at the Splau-NowgaM Kxpiras"; for Boston and all New Kng-.
_ _ 1ft. Special sale recently, will convert her into a hind points. This I iinhi arilves atHaiti
Rates: $2.00 to $2.50:! per tlay. rates by the week. high stepper and thinks she will make
Open all year. C. F. COX, Proprietor. a star. more at 0:1:1: : a, m. ; 1'hllllllel"IIII| I lift I :: .

a. m., and Now Murk at 28: p. in.
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W. B. White of Cleveland, son of
The United States Pint! Mall ti sins,.
lIon. \V. J. White, who is an expert
ST. AUGUSTINE FLA; 83 and 'M: remain
unchanged, leavlngjat:
THE ABBEY amateur retntroan will probably drive
HOTEL ARAGON ATLANTA, GA. Near the City Gates. St. George Street. Star Pointer against the wagon recordof 8:00: I'. nt. for I the Null 11.

I / r e. The Palace Hotel of the South. 2:04)f: next summer. For further information as to tales,

American and European plans. We cordially invite the patronage of the best Hot Sulphur Baths free to guests. Electric Dells. Rates, $2.00: per day. Dr. C. A. Barnett has a fine prospectin sleeping car irseivntlons, apply to any

Commercial, Business and Tourist travel. Centrally located, only three blocks Special rates by the week or season, Jubilate a 4-year-old ion of Norval agent connecting lines, or toItobritW.
from Union depot, at highest; point in city and away from all noise, dirt and smoke LOCKWOOD & TEAHEN, Proprietors. 9:14: >4, and Berdil Onward by On. Hunt, Florida Passenger Agcnt,21'J:! West i
from trains. Every moderp improvement known to science. Cuisine unexcelled ward. He has shown In 83
a quarter St. Jacksonville
Ufsny hotel in the South. Free Bus meets all trains. Rates
seconds with moderate training. __ __
$jisO to $4.50 per day; European plan, $1.00 to $3.00 per dav. very h .I.--

I GEO. W. COLLIER, Jr., Manager. PLAZA HOTEL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. The czar of Knssin recently boughtfor When you ask for Dr. M. A. Simmon
the Imperial stud five trotting mares Liver Medicine, see that you get It and
of French breeding. The mares nil had not'some worthless. Imitation.
This hotel 1s now open for ROOMS ONLY. It Is centrally located, near
Post office. Bank and Cathedral. records and had all won races when on

lie Holland ATLANTA, OA. Rooms, 60cts to $1.00 per day; $1.50 to 6.00 per week.V. the turf. The mares have arrived In St. FLORIDA EAST COAST RAIL-

27-29 Auburn Avenue. D. SANCHEZ, Manager. Petersburg.The WAY.

pacing mare Morgan, who turned M

Two Blocks from Union depot. All Modern Conveniences. TITUSVILLE op Vermont last fall and won a number The Tltnuvllle-Kntrriirl: e llrwnrh.
of slow classes. 2:20 unanimously
beating :
last the 24th
Commencing on Monday ,
MBS. F. A. VOORIIEES, Proprietress declared a ringer then, turns
Instant the F. E. C. the-
Ity operated
RIVER HOTEL to have been Kalmla clear ..
I =I_ out 2:1H: ,
Rates, $1.00 to $1.50,per day. Phone 1629. from Wisconsin. branch between Tltuxvlllo an.1Sanror.l./ .

All one-wny tickets will be limited todatcjof -
.4.TITUSVILLE Peculiarly enough no record of an
{ snip unless tialn schedule make
r American trotter ever having gone two ,
LITIIIA SPRINGS, GA. : miles at a lad clip in a race can be longer limit necessary,

t INDIAN RIVER, found in the French books. The recordat Tickets will not be told to stations between -
this distance. in France ii held by
Sanford and will
LITHIA SPRINGS, GA {s94, A r FLORIDA. who trotted it at the rate of Enterprise, nor
lie Sweetwater S Park Hotel t MOST BEAUTIFUL RESORT HOTEL Narquois 223ye to, the mile.FRILLS tickets. to such points Imbued by other

AND GROUNDS If THE STATE. J.G. BAST, 3 lines be, honored on F, E. C. Ry trains.

Situated twenty miles west of Atlanta, on main line of Southern Railway A Q Tickets will bo sold)"Sunford. to' Enterprise
Manager. OF FASHION, p
commodious, modern, high-grade hotel; steam heat; electric lights. Cuisine and vice versa.The '
unexcelled. ,The'\ JlerfSl1 Bowden'Lithia and t I IHOTELSAlltl1c
? Spring its health-
Stations the Titusville
Agency on
producing:,bath. Magnificent bath house in connection with hotel and Open nil the Year; Heavy gilt buckles are used for mil-
under the same roof. Turkish" massage, vapor, electric and needle baths. linety. Clasping the colored :velvet of branch me: Hanford, Enterprise, Osteon
Write for Illustrated Booklet. JAMES E. UICKEY, Proprietor, the soft draped toques they are :very effective Ml inn..

Lithla Springs; Ga. .. ,. Only a few minutes. walk Working Night and Day.
Dry atmosphere, beautitul drives, every facility for outdoor sport. from Railway Stations and The fashionable color among the new
Steamboat Landings. cloth gowns is brown, 'with mauve silk The busiest and mightiest little thing h''
y : On the banks of the far- linings and a touch of mauve velvet that ever was made Is Dr King's New
famed Indian River. with gold and cream laoo in the trim- Life Pills. Every; pllI.\ Is a sugarcoated i
JACKSONVILLE. globule of health that changes weakness

ming. Into strength; llstlessness into energy, ;
Tulle and mousHcline de sole rosettes brain-fag Into mental power. d
WEST PALM IU ACII. are the prettiest trimming imaginable wonderful In building up the health. .

Hotel Pla cede JACKSONVILLE, FLA. for'a velvet toque as they give the desired Only 2<*>o per ""x. Sold by F" S. Chaffoe.Dr .

contrast in light effect which a
New Management. The Palms I velvet bat needs. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine '

A first-class hotel situated on beautiful Lake For those who do not carry muffs clears ,the complexion gives buoyancy to t

Centrally Located. Most comfortable hotel in the. city. All conveniences. Worth opposite Royal Poinciana. Electric lights gauntlets of fur are worn to match boaor the mind cures headache, regulates/ ; i
Unexceptionable cuisine. 'Bus meets all trains Ample Sample Room accom- electric bells, baths, etc. $2, $2.50\ and $3 per day. Special rates by week. coat trimmings. This is a London stomach, bowels and liver '

modations for Commercial men. Rates $2.50 per day. The Palms, West Palm Beach, Fla. fashion whloh' will no doubt materialize
Conducted under the able and efficient management of here later on. AUGUST FIXWISH. s

P. TISCIILER, Proprietor and Owner.Travelers' What About the.Lukewarm f Cyrano, the new shade of ruby red --
"Phwat exclaimed the new slavey STAGE GLINTS. with u (tinge of pink In it, has ranch to "It Is a surprising fact. says Prof.Houton ?
recommend it, ai it ii said to be one "that In my tmve\\s In all parts
as she examined the bathroom. "Ou'1wan Sonsn is said to be writing an opera of the new shades of red equally becom- of the world, for the last ten years., I ,
New bole to let the wather off I" for Walter Jones. ing to blonds and brunettes. have mot more people having used
The Hotel "Why, yes," said the new missus Sandow, the strong man ii taking \ Green's August Flower 'thao any otherremedy ,
latent novelties in milli.
One of the
anxiously. "There's no need for more, liver
dyspepsia, deranged }
Maus emeut lessons in singing in Paris.The .
is there?" nery is colored grebe. Pretty toques are and stomach, and for constipation. I find ,
"Well, Is'pofiewben folk ain't rich most recent owlish name for a made of pale blue or pink grebo, and for tourists and salesmen, or for per I !

FELIX GARCIA, Proprietor, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. they 'as to do with things as they.can. play is "The Late Mr. Early." are wild to be wonderfully becoming. sons filling office positions, where headaches .

Bat at me last place ivery wan of the Effie Butler of "Hazel Klrke" fame Tuques of white, caracul arc another and general bad feelings from Irregular

foive baths had two boles in .'em convenient proposes to return to the stage. fancy. habits exist, that Green's August
Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths Complete Service. Flower Is grand remedy. It does not
wan to let off the hot watber Richard Mansfield Koko much used finish
once played Scallops so ns a Injure the system by frequent, use, and
THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLQRIDA. and the t'other for the cold."-Pick in "The Mikado" very luoce dull,.. and trimming for dresses, are Illustrated is excellent for sour'stomochs and indigestion. .

0- Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. Me Up. I Charles Wyndbam'i new theater in again in a cloth gown with a skirt .". Sample:: bottles free at F. W.

Contract Note. London will be supplied with a triple in three circular divisions, each one ClmfTeo's drug store, Tltusville, Fla., or
stage. edged with a band of velvet covered J. P. Cooper's drug store Cocoa, Fla. '
with rows of ititcblng./ Sold by dealers In all civilized countries.83F .
!HOTEL JACKSONVILLE FLA. Clara Morris has returned to "Miss .
OXFORD Mnltou one of her notable old time The prettiest shirt waists are of soft favor
Opposite St. James Hotel. French flannel in light colon and worn We would esteem the if our
luoceSIOs.! 'with u taffeta ribbon necktie eight readers, when writing or calling: upon ;
Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms comfortable and Charles) Oogblan la to play D'Artag- inches wide matching the flannel in our advertisers to purchase merchandise, .
homelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleas- nan in a new version of "The Three I etc., would mention the ADVOOATE.I .
color and with white. Thin ties
ant stay: Rates spotted
very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when In Jacksonville ii Guardsmen." ------i'
I in a short bow with long ends hanging I

MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. :Mrs. FIske is going to London next straight down to tho belt. FREECONSULTATION

year to act Toss with a company of The long lace barbs which have been ,

English players.A stored away in the treasure box for !

colored man is suing the manager years may be brought out once more !
The Andreu House of a Montreal theater for excluding him and used for a necktie. They are long wllli our home treatment. We are-

No. iUS Newnan St. trR from the parquet.MargderitoLemon. enough to tie in the fashionable manner physicians, and you /got the benefit .
Sgt; is to be the heroine and it hardly mutters what kind of
of No what
and European. Rates, $1.00 per day. Rooms without board SOc our experience, matter
'lace tbeyuro, since everything in the
Smith's "TheThree'
of De Koven and ,
perwith Special rates to permanent uests. Streetcars passing house con opera your trouble Is, how simple or how )
of lace is worn.-New Yurk Bun.
trains and boats. Ask conductor to stop at No. ins Newnan St. Dragoons. way )hopeless, we can do you good, and i
Mns. D. A, ANDREU, owner and Proprietor It it not at all an unlikely I fact that If.we can't we will honestly tell you
Olga Netlaor ole "III settle permanently APHORISMS,
J 110. Thousands of tired sick
in the United States.A ---
I Novelty i the great parent: of pleas and hopeless people have been entirely
Hotel Geneva JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ML' new play being written for Julia
and permanently cured by
J ure.booth.::
Cor. Forsyth and Cedar Streets ; Marlowe is said to be bUlled on the storyof
__ .Jd Barbara Frietcble. It Is the motive alone that gives
Com electric in 189:>. Modern Improvements, baths, etc., on every floor Gas .:.-.:.-...- Mnnsfleld'i character to tho actions of lutn.-Bra- COMPOUND
and r :; Margaret Auglin, Mr
lights, passenger elevator. Artistically and elegantly furnished. ;
Recognizing the fact that Tourists are looking for low rates for first-class -:;; :9 leading Judy, l in the daughter of a former yore OXYGENWhy
:::.. ._.- Obstinacy and vebemeucy in opinion
accommodations, this house Is making very reasonable prices by the week, -- ""::? speaker of the Canadian house of
month or season. Rates, per day, $2.00. Weekly rates on application. commons. are tlio surest proofs of stupidity not take heart again und Inves
MRS J. C. TERRY, Prop. A 1KNUKK' !: THAT WAH NOT' ACCfcfTKU.Nuggets.. Tho of Gilbert audBulllvau'n Burton. tigate this grout principle. We have
( .twenty-first year No man doth safely rule but be that
"The Horcercr" thousands of testimonials. Send for a
-- ..-.. ..___.._ .. tomlo opera bath learned gladly to obey.-Thomas
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hall just been celebrated at the Savoy book ou home treatmentwonderful "

OJtaiOND. In. a Flat. theater, London. a Keuipie.Nature. cures to tho sick, etc., free.
Mrs Bronsoii-The Siliibyi have has made occupation. necessity -
The tons of Joseph Jefferson ,.
reached an agreement with the ownerof und William- to net; society make it a duty; i
Tbomux) Joseph junior DRS. STARKEY & PALEN
their fl thouse. habit make it a pleasure.If .
HOTEL COQUINA ORMOND-BY-TIIE-EA, FLA have met with "great, tnccesa on the ,
Mrs. Marble-So? road with their father's plays.Not there be augbt surpassing human 1
,, "Yes. Their children are alloyed to deed or word or thought, it ii a moth. 1 IIU Girnrtl St., 1'Iillu., Pa. 1

Open for the Winter Season Fine Surf Bathing, Fishing and Wheeling.MRS. visit tbem once a week. "-Life. r Vow III. i:.r.. er' love.-Marchioness de Bpadoro. ot IT fob 000Virgini

M. VANCE; Proprietor; "Sweet, do yon )love me HI well at The true grandeur of humanity in -,
True bat Awful. yon did this time yesterday" tenderly moral elevation, sustained, enlightened

First Newspaper Reader (in smoking murmured tr) young bridegroom, leaning und decorated by the intellect of man. Homes q
compartment)-I hear they have nearly toward her. -0. Sumner l la

reached those poor miners who were entombed "Bather better I think dear," softly
To know bow to grow old .U the masterwork -
JOE PRINTING by that explosion. J answered the young bride. of wisdom and one of the most ,

Second Newspaper Header-Tea, they "Then I'm happier than I was yesterday difficult chapters in the great art of living. You learn all about Virginia Lands,
the wall
have ha'peunytrated of rock.
be "And I didn't think
rejoined. .-Aimel.)
Third Newspaper Reader-You mean it I"Whereupon its resources, products, modo of cultivation x i
was .
OF ALL KINDSPRINTING penetrated. the hard featured old Next to knowing 'when to seize an opportunity prices, etc., by reading! the ; 4

ll Second Newspaper Reader-No, Idon't. behind the most important thing in Virginia Fanner. Send lOcts. j
bachelor in the teat directly .
cated life is to know when to forego no advantage.
theADVOCATE half t
They're only through.
way them got op and went forward into the .PUraell. for 3 months subscription to the

OFFICE. -Ally Sloper. smoking car.-Chicago, Tiibune. Farmer Co., Emporia, Va .


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:!U'' '. 8 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE,. APRIL 28. 1899. ..

!I a leak from the heavy M which were for the jail departmentWe s. w.GROCERIESFRUITS. O OJ.L
I 1 prevailing during the early part of Friday have examined the books and aCt 'ROBBINS & GRAHAMI

night. All hands were ordered to coupts of the county treasurer And and VEGETABLES of All
''the' pumps, and worked hard, but the : found! them kept In A thorough businesslike I Kind

hold soon began to fill, In spite of their manner and found that the balance ...LA.iy ora... Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solicited.rrlrrUSVILLL .
efforts. The officers and men, realizing duo the county was on deposit at the --
that the steamer was settling fast and Indian River !State Hank as per certificate PRACTICE IN STATE AND FLORIDA.
J' tBENJ sure to founder, took to the two lifeI"ntll. of the bank as shown to us. .
Captain J, W. Hawthorne and We have also examined the road accounts UNITED STATES COURTS.

I fifteen men went In the first boat, and of the County Commissioners for E. :I.J. :se: :c &:, :seO.
-- were never again; seen by the remainingmen. the last two years, and find that the

W. JEROME. : money drawn by them as commissionersof ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished Groceries, Grain Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries, Fn:
,.. I Shortly afterward Mate Mattson and their respective districts have been
Ar the balance of the crew, fourteen men, honestly paid for work actually done, for Lands in Brevard and Dade And Food Products of all kinds Grain, Hay Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, GrouDFood
Indian River
Stain PENNSYLVANIA took to the second boat; this was about and that we cordially approve the new and Wheat. We are the only house on dealing exclusively I ithe in

I eprMontallvo IIJO.V: WOKKH! CO., for midnight. They had a compass, and began departure of paying by separate warrants Counties above line of goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit your patronairaJVery
the Sale of LORE; GAS ENGINES, ; to row for shore. A strong wind was to each man doing road work; for the truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO., Titusville, Fla! ]

nllno and Stationary prevailing, creating a heavy sea, and the work done by them, Instead of the former -
r men at the oars could make no headway. method of drawing by lump sum. I We }Have a large List
Selling Agent COLMAN( ACETYLENE: : All day Saturday the men tried to approach We also recommend that the brick
GAS MACHINES. /Safest, Ch'I\I'-) shore, but could not even $get a work and plastering at the 'tlerk'a office of Lands owned by Lesley & Motlow .-
r eat and licsi light for pilvato duell 'glimpse; of ft, and almost despaired when be repaired, and that new rollers be ,

4 Ings and Mores. hey found they had plenty of provisions, .furnished to the clerk and placed In the ourselves and clients. (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER &:; CO.)
but no water. They spent all of batiu- cases, so as to Increase the facilities for

For prices, cntal"goes: : and estimated day night at tho mercy of the sea, which keeping; new books. Domestic Brands of Wines Brandies Rums Gins and
: Price for unimprovedlands Foreign and Whiskies
t I address, washed over their frail boat frequently. We congratulate our county on the decrease ,,
UEN-L W. JEROME,. Early Sunday morning they sighted land, of crime, and that law and order Bottled Beers, Ales and Stoat -
It' Rock ledge, Fla. And with redoubled made strong; prevails. $3 to $100
from desperation, they took their turns We thank his Honor-Judgo Minor S, A First-class Line of Cigars. **. Billiard and Pool Tables.
at the oars. When near enough to land Jones, and State's Attorney J. D. Oeggs. per acre.
t.heyimproyilled a flag with canvas tackedto for courtesies shown us, and we congratulate Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mail
Toe Anheustr.; uscb Brewing Asso'ion an oar, and it was then that Captain the county and circuit In havIng nrdori. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY dt:; MOTLOW, Titusvllle,Fla.

Allen went to the rescue. such able, courteous and Impar.la WE have a few Residence, Orange 2 ,
; Fumoun St. Ixiu In Keg and Bottled hoer
The men when they landed were officers to administer justice. Grove and Pineapple Properties in de- .
Hold by MASH. I.oIIIe1''= Motlnw, Tltuirllle, Fla. drenched to the skin and almost famished, Having finished our labors, we respecifully -
Hy Mr.J. U.Cratib: Cocoa, Kltt.l but warm food soon revived their spirits ask to be discharged.. sirable locations. Prices Reasonable.
Mr. W.J. Tucker, Fort fierce, Fla.
y and they cheerfully narrated their experience This April 2Cth, 18UO.\ QE
to the Times-Union and Citizen R. A. IlAnnEE, TITUSVILLE
leprescntative. They will remain there Attest: Foreman.L. 1 and MIAMI.
until they receive Instructions from New .' K. RitAtNAun, '
i I Wholesale Beer 'and Liquors. York. besides Mate Mattson, whg con. Clerk. ? IIKtII\ J Or a large one for Nails, Builders' Hardware -

i ducted the party safely through the East Coast Meat Market or Tools, we will fill to the builders

West Bay Streot, rough trip, the survivors were Charles The first case to come before the I entire satisfaction, and at prices that defy
II. I). Jackson Louis
Andy, Kamper '
JACKSONVILLE FLA. judge was one of adultery; the culprit competition for the same high grade, up-to-
Cook, Geo. Cook, II Louise, G. L.OIson, G. F. DUREN, Agent
Lewis G. Merchant and Delia
being date quality. We have the most complete
Ed. Seabluni, Pat O'Neil, N. Larson, J. -- \
+ -- -.---- Nelson, George Lingo, J. Davis and Deeso, colored. The judge; vlet them stock of House Hardware and shelf goods
their which cn
off agreeing to
t upon marry
Southern Home Thomas Cavanaugh. These men were was )performed by Attorney Geo. M. Kobblns. 5.ea. 6 '% In Titusville, as well as superior carpenters
at sea In their small, skiff for forty
open : .. '
and mechanics tools of all kinds.
hours and most of that time without op
The next ca4o was a civil suit- c::> :
"ro..h l
r Mocking Bird :Food water.A J. claimant 'I6 I
; report from New Smyrna Monday Mary Tyler, vs. Dwight :
defendant. The suit
: Captain Hawthorne had embalmedand W. Tuttle, was s:>> sa.: .
says _
tried before the Hon. J. D. '
j 25cts per lb. shipped home today the body of II. Ucggstate's -
Jones dis-
attorney, as Judge was
Sullivan oiler General Whitney
an on the.
5-1 bs. for $1.00Fresh qualified, being; Interested In a former JAS. PRITCHARD & SON
.1v' which came ashore at Oak Jill!. He 4 cfl
also embalmed five bodies which came suit, which is the cause of this one. It b U2 ,
W. Tuttle of New -
Every Day. appears Dwight ,
ashore south and within seyen miles of C!>> -
Coronado. Haven, Conn., as receiver of the Florida c/a -=- T1.1us'V"J.11o; IF1!**.
Manufactured, by Canning Co., plaintiff, sued 'Frank M. ,- =:I
The survivors were summoned from
HENRY R. THOMASjLaYllla Tyler personally and as administrator of Titusvillo, Florida.
I Oak Hill and Identified the bodies heroas ,
the estate of Julius Tyler. Plaintiff obtained

follows: Samuel F. Phillips jr., second ESTABLISHED 1875.
Pharmacy, judgment, and caused the sheriff
mate J. Venjamerson, quarter.
Cor. Adams and Madison Sts., ; to levy on property, part of which belongs -

l r JACKSONVILLE, FLA. master,;supposed Mike Conroy to bo fireman.John ;:Shrippol: an unknown -, to Mrs. Tyler, who brought this Electrical Supply House States \JVrn. :. :SOoS az CO.
I suit, and which is to recover her prop-
coal passer, and Charles Olson, sailor.
The survivors are: E. M. Titcomb, erty. The jury brought In a verdict for
: chief engineer; David Townsend, first the claimant. ..THE JOHNSON LAW CO.. _
; DR. E. The for made
ARMSTRONG assistant engineer; James Miller, fire attorney plaintiff ap
man; Ernest Landsman, sailor, plication for a new trial, which was argued ELECTRICIANS 6 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .
r' OPTXOXAN. Phillips'' body will be sent home to- ruled. yesterday afternoon-, and over- handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of hay,
morrow. The others will bo buried here. Jacksonville, Florida. Corn Oats Flour Bran Wheat Grits Meal Cotton Seed Meal
The habeas corpus proceedings; brought both bright and
No has ashore,
wreckage 11I1l'ltoms.FLORIDA come by !C. L. Lewis, of Neoga, Fla., againsthis dark at wholesale. State agents/ for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
See Oak .' wife, Lucynthia 1,0"11I, of Daytona, Star Brand Fertilizers' -Guaranteed Analysis Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer Pure Ground
to obtain possession of their little boy tIIit Bone, Nitrate Soda, Muriate of Potash, Sulphate Potash, Kalnit, eto. These fertilizers have no
tit superior in the market, and a trial will convince.:! Send for Catalogue free.
: LEGISLATURE nearly four years old, came before
the court. This suit was continued;
the child to remain in the custody of

k [From our Special his mother until the case is finally Fastener."
Correspondent.)] disposed of. The "Ideal Hat

Vi EYE SPECIALIST. The Seminole Indian CASe will ,come

TALLAHASSEE, FLA., Apr. 20, 'DO. before Judge Jones to-day. See page 5. Bicyclists will find it a Boon.The .

The House passed bills providing for
Permanently located In the City of the sanitary inspection of hotels and Dade County Circuit Court. most useful and salable invention out. No hat pins required for hats or
,Jacksonville tho year round, carrying boarding houses by the !State Board! of bonnets. '

u, .I the largest; and most Complete Optical : Health, and fixing a penalty for willful The spring$: term of Circuit Court for Great inducements to agents. Quick sales and large profits. Send for particulars
t Stock South. A scientific and careful and malicious injury to dams Dade county will open at Juno on Mon. and circnlrrs. Address "I. II. F," No. 700 South Pryor St.,
Mr. Henry L. Parker's bill to keep In.. day, May 1st, and several importantcases Prompt attention given. Atlanta, Ga.
test made before stung glasses repair all public roads and bridges, and are set for,trial. '
a. Ofilco and Salesroom N E, corner of to open new roads, and tovcondomn the

Hay Edison cell
Hrevaril, State of Florida, and providing \ 'Tltu vllle tn Javkionrtlle. type "V, for

rights for the and giving piivilegcs to said authorizing county certain theley f marine gas engine ignition. Chance of a Life Time !.

For Halo. The F E. C R'y train betweon' this
of a special road tax in each commlssloner's -
place and Jacksonville is quite a boon to NEAR &
district, and providing the TAYLOR
At Daytona Fla. fivo and ton method by which said tax shall bo levied those along the East Coast, who cannot .* '
?i choice vegetable and orange lauds. and expended, was advanced to Its third afford metropolis.tho time This to spend train leaves a full day Titusville in the S Artesian WellCONTRACTORS II .A magnificent property will ,be sold .at. all..

Cheap for cash, or will make liberal rending on Saturday. ;
morning, except Sunday, at 0:30: ,
terms. Address Hills were presented In tho House
and returns hero at 8:45: : p. in., thus giving j
COUHTLAXIl BUCKMAN that counties adopt uniform '
may li ;
i 1-
four hours for pleasureor s ,
22 llogan'et., Jacksonville, Fla. text books and form a school book commission passengers I I I
in Jacksonville.\ ?A
i : to compel attendance on schools shopping ? i ,, a TII- GENUINE BARGAIN
car is attached to this train, which Is i g '-- k7t. MU \Udllie, III. a
between tho ages of 7 and 10(\, sixteen I I
,, '
ZI' "Snm Perkins l.s Dyeing." weeks each year, and to repeal the pr!. becoming quite popular.

rnary. election law.
Gontlem n'I clothing Cleaned, pressed! The Watson bill to protect gamo came About eight acres of Grove in as fine condition as any on Indian River con

and repaired.' Dyeing In all its branches. np'on second reading. It was, considered PREMIUM SALE taining comfortable six room Cottage, large Cistern, and the finest Packing
L Old! clothing; made to look equal to new od sections and fought; persistently,. House in Brevard County. .
All orders by mall or express promptly but tho friends of the measure had _
I attended to. Prices low. Work good things pretty much their own way, and Situated about mid-way between Rockledge and Cocoa; Convenient to tile
Satisfaction guaranteed. sent It to tho engrossing committee in With every Cash Purchase of $1.00, Sack table salt. Churches, Stores, etc., of both.

II SAM PKJUUNU, Cleaner and Dyer, good shape. The bill provides a dollar 2.00. round ground coffee For further particulars,' apply
a Titusvillo, Via.7u license in each county for non-residents,, .1 3.00 Sack salt, pound coffee. toWALTER
". 4.00 Two pounds of coffee. GOODYEAR,
10 years In Sanford, Fla. and half of the fines are to go to informers -
to 41 '4 4I 4l "I fi.OO Two sacka salt and two pounds coffee; or Dept. A., 3 to 7 W. 20th St.,

two salt and toaster.Dry' New.York, N. T.

P" Heading notice nds. on this page BREVARD CIRCUIT COURT Goods Shoes Matting Shirts Hats etc ---- ----- ---1------- ----
are live cents per line,per week.
When in
The spring term of tho Circuit Court THE CLYDE
of tho 7th Judicial Circuit convened at Titusvllle Fla. Visit (or

THE STEAMER GENERAL the court house, TitusvilUs ou Monday, __ _____ ________________ ______ __ m__ '___ _______
when Judge Minor S. Jones, of this The, finest SALOON in the South.'
town, took his seat on tho bench 1\1II6-

The steamer General Whitney, Captain siding After judge.tho/ swearing lu of the nllulIlCOUl't GAY BROTHERS' The best liquors that money can buyof

Hawthorne, sunk fifty miles east of Capo officials, the names of the jurviawere
Canaveral on Friday night. called and selected, and, after r i-
One boatload: of sixteen men, atj tmpt- tiring from tho court room, they returned GROCERS. all the favorite brands constantly on hand
lag to land at Mosquito lagoon house of I and reported that they had selected Palatka Florida. ..

refuge, was upset' and twelve men, In- U. A. Hardee as their foiom.m., The SMITH & MUNCH, Propiietors.2IJEWELED. .
I eluding'tlio captain, were drowned. court.then delivered the usual charge to '
The chief engineer, assistant engineer, till jury. We make a Special< of our

t fireman and one sailor were saved Tho Grand Jury, having been orderedto
+ Tho captain's body has: boon recovered.The examluo tho books of tho county olllclals Mail Order Department.Knowing .
General Whitney, which was they did so in a thorough businesslike WATCHES CLOCKS
( .chattered by tho Morgan Line, Railed manner, and took sore time to go ,
from Now Orleans April 18 for Now carefully over them on this occasion.
how difficult it is In some localities to get GOOD GROCERIES
York The General Whitney was an The repoitlilch Rooms to bo a crcdittiblo CHEAP, families can send us their oulois with the assurance of having them tilled !! t Jewelry Diamonds
iron single-screw steamer: with four one-is as follows! ,
promptly lord carefully; and wo know the quality anti! prices will be satisfactory.! ,
>01. In
built 1
bulkheads, at Wilmington, U.- EU\I. PHKSKNTMK.NT.: We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery !House In East Flotilla, and hare i-
1873. !She registered 1,84'J tons gross many'ai'tides not usually found\ in other and smaller: houses t ,
and 1.11W\ tons act Her Balling 1 poll To tho lion. Minor S. Jones, Judge of
was Boston. tho Circuit Court for tie Seventh Judicial r- SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST. .

Ou Sunday: considerable excitement Circuit, }<'IorldIIOW: in session ___ __ _-----4-.________ ---.__ L______
t was created In St. Augustine by n small at Titusvillo: SI
boat out at sea: giving signals" of distress, We tho grand jury, beg leave to report E. WADDELL YERW A SPECIALTY
says the correspondent of the Times* as follows: We have duly and faithfully ,
.Uulon aud Citizen Captain Eddie Al- given our time and attention to suchmatters Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one'way. R. J. RILES,
lIen immediately went to assistance )In as were brought before ns by -' Miami City and Dade County 225 FLA
the yacht IJaldwln, Upon nearing the the attorney for the state, aud such .. __ ,
boat ho found It to be iho missing life- : other matters as were brought to our at. -- --- --- -- --- -------- --- -
;j'' boat of tho steamer General Whitney, tention.We Real Estate Bureau.
which foundered north of Capo Canaveral have: examined the books and office LOSLEY.
1 during Friday night Captain Allen of the clerk of the Circuit Court, and we ...

transferred the nutt'erlug sailors: from find the books neatly and correctly.kept A Select List of[ BAY BISCAYNE PROPERTY City 'Lots Fruit and Vegetable
their crumpnd' quarters to his spacious and in good business condition. WATCHMAKER and JEWELER

yacht and brought them lu to Coibott'n We have examined the jail, and we Tracts of[ all sizes for Investments. Phosphate and Orange Grove Lands on A ,
dock where a large crowd awaited! them. found! everything neatly and correctly

Hot coffee and food were furnished themat kept, and we earnestly recommend thata West Coast. __ Titusville i Florida
tho boat and the fellows )new trap, bowU and sewer pipe be
once on poor For Correspondence, enclose stamps. Agent for (CHAFFER'S DRUG STORE)
furnished for the water-closet in the
were fairly banqueted having been
Tho tory of the disaster, as told by jail, and also have the pump replacedand ARMOUR CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS, connected with soma of the bt watch and clock factories IncJnneSd
f Mate Mattson and his men was a thrill repaired In the front rooms of the Fertilizers, Chicago, III. Chicago 111. log KitehL1 prepared! to attend *all kinds of repairing and cleaD-

i Jng one. One of the bulkheads sprung i jail, and that also BOieeus be provided Avenue D, over Dank, MIAMI FLORIDA. send me your work. I8jewelry'eto-, u want a good Job done,

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