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Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: May 12, 1899
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Indian River City
Coordinates: 28.5597205 x -80.7992207 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071722
oclc - 34175702
notis - AKR0021
lccn - sn 96027114
System ID: UF00075918:00019
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
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raLe 18. NO. 11. :iiiii--- -TITUSVILLE--- -,- FLORIDA.. FRIDAY. MAY, IS! u, oo. PRICE. 5o. .
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NEWS @TBOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc.-a nice 'assortment F. W. BEERS OF ST. I "
LOCAL AUGUSTINE,
LADIES, Don't miss the opportunity of TO EXPLORE THE EVERGLADES
Titusville.at :bcreven's Drug Store, Fla., has the largest line of Bicyclesand securing a pair of factory made Oxfords AMONG THE HOTELS. 'j

And Topics of General Interest. Sundries in the State. Write him at the greatly reduced prices, .

for prices on new 09 models. at The Eagle Clothing Store: #J.5: <) VHKIIE to stop. See list of hotels on

Islet rod General Go .lp In connection -County Treasurer John Henry Is lines going at $1.75, hand turned, A telegram from Wavcross, On., says our 7th and Slh pages J

with Biscayne Bar, Lake Worth Indian now the happy possessor of a Williams -Miss Leon Knox bas been visiting! welts or extension soles, all colors. hat Judge Joseph Tlllman, the well- The ADVOCATE U now on file at all

Banana lOll Halifax Rivers Key AVest typewriter. Mrs. C. W, Crabb, at Cocoa, this week. We are also offering men's. tan laco known developer of Southern' resource, he best hotels In New York city. .+, '

all other Important Point f lonjr the -Have read the shoe ,in genuine Vlca or Hu""IIall passed through that city on hU way to
and you great premiumsale Judge D. L. Gaulden left here
Coast of Florida. Brief mention of ad of C. A. Gardner : hand welt, at U.7Have: a big line Florida. It Is rumored that ho U to Illustrated folders of the fine East: i:
Lit on 8th : 1 Wednesday for DeLand. lie returnedyesterday. '
Interesting Event from Various Part Do not miss it. page to close onto make a personal Inspection of the Miami Coast hotels, etc, to bo given away, free, "t
World I About People You Know THE EAGLE CLOTHING STOHK. section of the famous Everglades of at the ADVOCATE office. Send two-cent .;,

of the People You Don't Know Picked -Mr. Frank W. Miller has been spending -Rev. E. E. Blackman, editor of the Jo'lol'idlIt In whispered that ho has. tamp to pay postage.Mr. .J

and, by Our Society Editor and a large Maff a couple of days or so in Jacksonville East Coast Homesecker, was among the AN EXCELLENT ENTERTAIN- been engaged by a large syndicate, which John Anderson, one of Hotel Or-
p this
.f Corre pondenU scattered along the week. pleasant callers at this office on Saturday desires! a full and complete\ Investigation mond' well known managers started, _

nut Count of Florida. -Mrs. Henry J. Egger left here, last. lie had been on a trip to Jacksonville MENT. In regard to the Everglades of that sec- Monday, for New York, Portland and I

yesterday, for Merritt, where she expectsto and stopped over In Titusville ion of Florida. The Florida Drainage White Mountains "I
remain from Friday until Saturday, when. he Company some time ;i
week
THE ADVOCATE, a or two. left for Miami. Titusville, on Friday night last, was It will be remembered, being capitalizedat \ ( Mr. II. S. Grayson, a former chief clerkof 1

annum, In advance. -Mr. deo. N. Hatch, a well-known presented with one of the best entertain- f2,000,000: ) ) ) ), with the privilege of Increasing the Hotel Everett: Jacksonville, Is
$1.50 1.00 per" six months, '. storekeeper of Rockledge, was among -Mrs. S. II. Peck and family, of Hotel nents seen at the Opera houso in u longtime to .10 OtIO,()()(), having as Its object now at the Rons more, Atlantic City, N, "I;
$ the visitors Plaza, Rockledge, were passengers onTuesday's and everybody who Attended were J. notice
to foreign countries. to Jacksonville this week. the drainage of the Everglades. Its so SI\YS" received from hint ;
|2.00 per an. northbound train, en route to of the opinion that they had had more his week '
said that this Is
y -Mr. B. Remmers, connected with the join Mr. Peck, at Hotel Arlington, Pe- than their money's worth. The entertainment thoroughly practicable J/
and that It and will\ JK done.
-If you want good results, you will DeLand cassava factory, passed through toskey, Mich. Mrs. Peck's father and was given by two of our well can Manager Chas. A. Merritt, of Hotel '
find the ADVOCATE an excellent adver- here Tuesday, on his way to White City mother, Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Taylor- known residents-Mr. and Mrs. W. II. This enterprise has ample backing, and 'laolde.. Jacksonville, has appointed Mr.
and other no man is more competent to do the T, F. Hunter cashier and
tising medium. points south. still lemainnt Rockledge. 'arland-who for many years have book-keeper;
work to which he has been assigned than
md Mr. II. T, Pendleton room clerk.
with
been connected Sells
jyBeading: notice ads. are ten cents -Mr. T. G. Ronald, of Lotus, has Vice-president J. R. Parrott, Traffic Jros.[ the Harris Nickel Forepaugh's Plate and other I. Judge Joseph TllIm n, They are two well known and popular I
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line on this page. been spending a couple of days with his Manager: J. 1'. Beckwith and General 'oungmon.
per shows of prominence In the United
parents at Seabreeze this week. lIe returned -. Supt. R. T. Goff, of the F. E. C. R'y, ar- .'1
-Mr. Orlando Quarterman, of Chester home on Tuesday.Mr. rived In town Wednesday night, on States. As an appreciation of the per- IN MEMORIAM Mr. John S. Bowen, a former mana-
Shoals, was in town part of Monday and board Mr. Parrott's private car* After formers, the house was fairly packed, ter of Hotel Placldo, Jacksonville; and '
Oeo. P!. Paddison, of Eau Gallic, and the applause received during the latterly of Hotel Miami Miami has .
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of the railroad
Tuesday. making inspection
spent a few hours in town on Saturday : an loud long and do- Entered Into life eternal 27 Beach
left about 11 evening was frequent April eased\ ) tho Atlantic hotel, Sulli !
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-Attorney A. J. Lewis, of Fort Pierce, last. Mr. Paddison is the well-known property, they a. m. yes- cldeiy like the show-very genuine. 1800, Mrs. Chas. K. Kenyon (nee Miss van's Island, S. C. Mr. Bowen Is a
terday for south far Miami. very
has been in attendance at County Courtthis lumber merchant of the above place. points as as Unfortunately the seat occupied by the Stella Barrelle), beloved member of St. energetic and obliging hotel manager/ ;

week. -Mrs. A. Becker, after spending sev- NEW PATTERNS IN STRIPED UN- ADVOCATE editor was not in the best }abt'lei's Guild and Woman's Auxiliary and the ADVOCATE wishes him every

-Messrs. Wm. M. Brown and E. L. eral weeks in Washington, D. C., has derwear and hosiery, Imported ; colors position to observe everything to advan- Society of the Episcopal church,'Titus success 'In his now venture.Mr. 7

have been down at Miami a couple gone to Montreal, Canada for the summer guaranteed fast, at tOKe that took placo on the stage, but vlllo, 1 Fla.
Brady S. S. Morton
of this week. .THE EAGLE CLOTHING STORE. what we did see was of a high order, At a meeting of St. Gabriel's Guild, a gentleman well:1
days and the performance well merited the !nth. 180!) the following preamble and favorably known from his r

-Contractor J. A. McGulre returnedto -Mr. 'Denis Courtier, formerly of -Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins and Master 'arge and enthusiastic uudlenco. Vlclf- Mar resolutions were unanimously ad- on with with Hotel Royal Victoria! ,

Augustine, Wednesday, from his Courtenay, but now of Miami, passed Richard left here, on Saturday last, for eroul' encores! were accoidcd the performers opted!: sau, N. P., and various resort !hotel

trip to Dade county.Mrs. through here, yesterday, en route home Eau Gallic, where they will spend a few throughout by the senior mem- Whereas, It b.as-plelLsell our Heavenly lorlh and south, has been engaged by
tie had been a visit to Daytona and days with Mr. and Mrs Geo. F. Paddison. hers of the audience; while the witticisms father to call to Paradise the soul of our Proprietor Goorgo A. Farnhatn to take 1
L. Rooks, of White City, has other places. From there Mrs. Bobbins left for and funny sayings of "Dr. Muo" made Icccascd friend Stella llnrrollo Kenyon, charge of tho office of tho Amcrlcan-

been spending) several days in St. Augustine Miami, for the purpose of meeting Mr. the tours trickle down the checks of the and while wo bow In submission to ills Adelphl at Saratoga.
this week her sick sister.Mr. Herman Fischer is in town
visiting -Captain Robbins[ his return from West.
his father. Herman's friendsare on Key small boy and girl. blessed will, bo It Mrs. 111\(. O. Flnloy most delightfully
C. L. Loveless, who 'has been visiting to him Indian They are expected home today or tomorrow Patsy Braunigan, the trained monkey, Resolved : That In her death wo have entertained a party of young friends last

pending the winter at West Palm River always where pleased he has made see on who walked the tight rope and'did many sustained great hoes. Saturday night at the Oxford, Jacksonville ,

Beach, is now at Macon, Ga., where the as commander, of the Indian many River Steam-a trip -Mrs. A. Barrelle will soon leave for funny things: was wonder to the aU
pink paper follows. boat company's steamers, now defunct.Dr. DeLand with Mr Charles K. Kenyon'stwo hence; the wonderful Japanese box mystery devotion of character and attachment! to ho large gathering. During the oven-
children, where they will remain a was good ; Mao's pel"sllualand funny time church, she set 11 laro and hoautlfulCh fog ivfreshmonts were served, and the
TAKE A LOOK at our Negligee Shirts.! F. II. Houghton, who has beenat while. Flora there these little mother- sayings, and his local songs caused lots example.Resolved lancing was kept up until shortly after !
Full assortment of the latest patterns, Melbourne for a few weeks, writes us less children will be taken to the homeof of laughter; the Mexican knife and : That we extend to her be- 11 o'clock.

in staples and novelties. that he will\ leave for Eden to-morrow their grandfather, Mr.I W. W. Ken- mtchet-throwing act, was a surprise for caved family our heartfelt sympathy Inn

THE EAGLE CLOTHING STORE. ([Saturday) on board the Dentos. Mrs. yon, at Long Island, > Y., and will, we those who had not previously seen It; this hour of sore nlllictlon. Time Barron, Merrill A Ilarron Company J

subscribefor Houghton accompanies him. Many of ire informed, be in charge of their aunt, the splendid cabinet act, the mind read Resolved : That copies of these rcsolu- of Carroll, N, II., wa recently lie ;
-Remember, that when you Dr. Houghton's friends in Daytona ate Miss Bertha Barrelle. Mr. Kenyon expects ng, tricks of slight of ,hand, family Ions bo printed the local i papers and iorporated, with a capital stock of #:20! ,
the ADVOCATE for a year, the paper anxious fot his return. to leave for the north as soon as troubles, songs, etc etc., were all of avery Palm Branch of the W. A. Society. (MX), for the purposo of operating hotels. .J
does not co lit you three cents per week, excellent c laractel'. Time Incorporate arc Oscar G. Damon, .
his business in
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included. Just think of it. Mr. J. B. Selden of Pal atka, who
postage ,
and will leave his residence and orange On the whole, everybody appeared tobe of Fabyau House/ C. II Merrill, of the

-Mr. T. F. Ellis, a former newspaper has vention been at attending Jacksonville\the, returned Episcopal home Con grove in charge: of Mr. John Myol's.Prof. delighted with the performance, and Tax Bale n.ltt"nC' Crawford llnuso (brother of Henry W )

proprietor, was a pleasant caller at this many are in hopes that Air. and Mrs. Mel'1'l'lII, of Hotel Itoyal I'alm, Miami), 'IWm.
office last Saturday. He is now travel- on Friday last. Mr. Selden owns a large John Lnllln, who has been McFarluntl will give another entertainment The State Treasurer has remitted to A Barron, of the Twin' Mountain "

Ing for the Rex Baking Powder Co., of : sash, door and blind factory in the above spending about seven months in Titusville i on some future occasion. the several counties entitled thereto the louse, W P. Buckley and G 1*. Jordan, ?, j
Richmond Va. place, which is certainly doing a tine fillling in his time hunting and amounts duo them from the proceeds of uf Lancaster, all of New Hampshire.
business through the United States. fishing, left for his homo In New 'Yorkon sales and! redemptions of tax sale certificates "

-Capt. A. J. Canova, of Rpckledge, ....Mr. II. II. Dickey, a former storekeeper Tuesday. The professor made some TITUSVILLE BOARD OF for the month of April, 18UU, alii
passed through here,' Sunday last, on of Titusville, who has been residing excellent records shooting and fishing TRADE.At follows: BI'CVRt'd1.tJUlIH: ; Dade fU.ol; Known on Indian Itlver. ,

his way to Larchmont, N. Y., where he at Lemon City with his family for this past season. Ills last fish catch at Monroe 273.13: : ; Volusia, $;.M.50.Dudn -
he will spend the summer. The ADVOCATE several months past, arrived here, Saturday the llaulover with rod and and reel, in Edward TL.Iwyerapromoter of'New :]
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follows him. with Mr. A. T. Feaster was meeting in ,
last to fill a vacancy as night Opel'lL'tor company York City, has (lied petition bankruptcy -
00lbs.; of trout bass and shceplioad. on Wednesday night, Mr. Win. County Election, .
C. station. Mrs. with liabilities of 'J5'J.W5!; : and
Road master E. Ben Carter, one of at the F. E. Ry. M. Brown nominated to the'chair In
the energetic employes of the F. E. C. Dickey and family have gone to.visit Prof. LallIn Is an inveterate hnnter, and the absence was of the president and vice- no asset. Of the liabilities, #110,!>(X> I I. ;
New York cannot hold him after Octo-
Ky., passed through here, Tuesday, en friends at Auburndale and Tampa. ber. president; while Mr E. L. Brady *acted A correspondent at West Palm Beach nominally secured, principally by stock 0
route to work writes follows Wo hold election of tho Flavol Lana and Development
Key West to examine the \ M secretary fe 111. us : an
WE ARE HAVING A RUN on wash- the annual of the oilier the 10th lust. Company of Oregon; #123ft;V I I. unsecured i
now being done at that city for Mr. II. -At encampment Among business attended to was on Wednesday, to voto on
M. Klagler. able boys' knee pants in crashes, Grand Army of the Republic, department the reading of the financial report by time county seat, which 'I I is now at Juno. and $17,000) Is accommodation paper. )

ducks, and percales; neat patterns; of Connecticut, at Hartford, on the treasurer Dr. Jno M. Dixon The desire of the people I III to move It It will, no doubt, bo remembered that 1
-Mr. William Featherly of Miami, prices from 2.;:>cts up. Thursday, Capt. Henry R. Jones was of ; pay to Miami or.West Palm lleach.LATEK. Mr. Dwyer (who by.the-way, II I no relation "
ment monthly dues etc.
passed through here on Saturday last TilE EAGLE CLOTHING STOKE. elected Commander to Mr. M. F, Dwyer) married Jennie
unanimously Department -
Board also decided call meet .
The to
a :
on his way to St. Augustine and other A Tomajo, otherwise known as tho
served in the
Jones
points Mr. Featherly Is editor of the -Mr. Robert Marshall, of the well Capt. war ing of citizens at the Board rooms this The county seat election has been Duchess of CaMtolIucIa, at Hotel Indian
union In Connecticut
Miami Metropolis. lie returned home known firm of hat manufacturers-Jas. for the a wounded at Antietam.At regiment,. Friday evening at eight o'clock sharp, to held, and the result Is us follows: MIami litvor, Rock lodge: ,' on Tuesday evening,

on Monday. Marshall Bros.,-of Fall River: Mass., and was severely of the he fully discuss the question as to whether 01)0)() votes; West Palm Beach, 408( ; Jan. tf, 1893.! : Tliq duchess .was a daughter -
the close
who has made some big fish catches on war was appointed we shall have a 4th of July celebration majority for Miami. 'Itl: Miami gets of a wealthy Brooklyn merchant and
-Mr and Mrs. John W. Merrill who in the regular army, and In, Ib75 was Is invited to
Indian River, in writing; us this week, In Titusville. Everybody the county seat linr husband (the duke) was very wealthy( ,
have the retired list of
been on account
spending about six months at "Please find check for subscriptionto placed on bo present.
: and other properties owned the
their beautiful winter home at Tropic, says the ADVOCATE which I enjoy wounds received In service He Is the The meeting called for Friday to dis- Duminlt among time Haul-
newsy near
passed through Titusville, Tuesday, on reading very much.." father of Mrs Wm. M. Brown of this cuss the cassava question has been post- COHEN BROS. POPULAR DRY over Mr.orange Dwyer grove wa hor third hus
their way to their northern home In place, and visited Titusville three years poned until Tuesday evening, when all
band and full of him
wedding
Kansas _Miss Stella Hale, a former well interested GOODS HOUSE a report
City, Mo. ago. farmers and others are strongly -
In the ADVOCATE
atltocklodge wa published -
resident of Titus
and popular
-Among those who are attending the known of Jacksonville, passed -During the past week or two our urged to be present.Mr. at that time. >
but
ville, now clerk has sent bills ------- Since Cohen Bros, have moved Into '
Confederate Veterans re-union at Charleston here Monday, en route to Eau subscription out to .. 4 'I
S. C., this week, are County Supt. through visit, her sister, Mrs. W. It. those who are Indepted to us for the Albert Robert, a former well- their tine new building on Buy street,
J. H. Sams M. S. Sams! T. II. Sanders, Gallie, to Miss Hale informed our reporter ADVOCATE. To us It amounts to a deal known resident of Palm Beach, passed I Jacksonville they claim to have the big. Church Notice. )

T'. W, LaRoche, R. B. LaRoche, W. J. Watson.that she would stop off at Titus- of money In the aggregate: but to the through Titusville, Tuesday, en route to (zest dry goods house In the state, It haying ,
Tucker and others. to Jacksonville.Do subscriber It does not amount to three New York. He Informed our reporterthat 7U70 square feet of room devoted to Archdeacon B. F. Drown will hold Dl-
ville on her return cents per week. A subscriber who can- he did not think he would return. the selling/ of dry goods. Patrons from vine service at St. Gabriel'* church on

-Congressman Robt. W. Davis, ofraUtka not forget that Little Bros fertilizers not afford to pay this small sum must to Palm Beach next winter. any part of Florida will find the service Sunday morning: at 11 o'clock and even
in a pleasant letter received are among the best In the state really be hard up. If we do not hear "----------- excellent; and as sale of bargain from ing at 7:30. Holy communion In the

from him on Wednesday, says: "I en- for orange or other fruit trees, pineapple from those who have 'received bills with. A Qreat Kar aln. time to lime-especially during/ this morning.The .
close you herewith my check for $1.50 plants and vegetables. Have you tiled in the next two weeks, we will take it nummer-will be special feature of this
for another year's subscription to the their fertilizers ? If not, It will be to for granted that they do not need the store, It will be well worth the time of LadleAid Society of tho Methodist -
ADVOCATE. I find great pleasure and interest to do so. Read Little Bros ADVOCATE, and their names will bo erased The lands of Joseph Peters, deceased, our readers throughout the state to give church will give an Ice cream festival -
interest in reading the ADVOCATE, as it ad your Sth from our mailing list. Like any other situated on the east side of Indian River, Cohen Bros. K call when In Jacksonville, In the Wesson cottage Friday. May
on page.
Comes to me quite regularly." businesses, this office cannot be successfully opposite Jensen, consisting of some 00 J ) or write them. Their business method llHh, beginning at 7'W: p. m. All\I are
-Mr. J. E. Simmons, of Brooklyn, N. acres, with 15 acres cleared and In good cordially Invited to attend.City .
wind. It Is the cash that well known It Is one of their fundamental
on are ;
-Mrs. II. R. here run
Jones returned on Manuel S. and JosephS. cultivation with several
Y. ; and Messrs. counts. condition for ..._..._. principlea to _mil tit... nil_ customers 1
Saturday last -- no '0 '
after spending about a Marchal, of the Island of St. George, hnllillntri. Is In mv hands for sale.
wool for wool and cotton for cotton and
Reek at Merritt. Mrs. Jones has been Portugese possession In the Azores, This land has rented annually for the' ; i ;
a liberal to bid for trade
staying here some time, with her dangh- who came to Titusville to look after the To He Married: past ten years at from $:)00 to #HOO net they are the columns enough of the Point.A
ter through
Mrs. Wm. M. Brown and to-morrow deceased, tithes One of / newspapers.When
Peters Can
property of Joseph cash. give perfect mall from
she
ordering goods by
expects to leave for her home at spent a few days at Jensen and neigh- The following announcement, receivedat the best places on Indian River The of Florida or neighboring states any, number of potatoes are being shipped : .
;ew< Hartford, Conn. Mrs. Jones has borhood the first of the week, and left the ADVOCATE office, Monday, tells I cold last winter and In former years did customer part are strongly advised/ to order from this place. .
!Improved very much In health since be- for their respective homes on Tuesday.. the tale. Mr Jones and Miss Brown are very little or no damage. Apply at once the
'oC( Here and we hope to see this estimable The ADVOCATE follows. well and favorably known to us, and the and get a their good then sent I by express, for express loan W. A, Chancey killed an Immense
bargain.D. wing responsible
lady with us again next season. happy-palr-to-be have our hearty congratulations L. GAULDKX, company Cohen Bros pay express on all good to moccasin In his yard a few days ago.
advance. ville Fla. '
TRAVELING SALESMEN WANTED. In 'J'Uu the amount of Sand upward In making John Chancey, of Bonaventure, visited
F.nlpty Sugar and Mice Barrels Good energetic men earn large salaries "%lr and Mrs. J. I'. Brown announce / election, It U a good plan to make this place the abet< of the week, ,
of their sister Cora
the marriage to Mr. by
and plants. Ad- \ Mending for YourGroceries first and second choice as the good ordered
fruit trees Savo ,
For sale. Add-;; selling our Minor SUntleld Jones, jr., Tuesday May (I. W. Chancey departed Wednesdayfor
Orchard Nurseries, have In the meantime been
dress the Farm to the Magnolia may In
WALTER MOOUE, ll-3t 10th, 18W, Titusville, Fla. At home old 1 out. Palm Beach, where he will engage

8 George St., Charleston, S. C. Glen St. Mary, Fla. after June Ism. Titu vllle, Fla." Grocery Co., Jacksonville For over thirty years Cohen Bros have carpenter work,

Florida. held the confidence of the ladle of Florida W. D. Home, who ho been spending

A tare Chance. -Any subscriber. who wants to buy a Cut In Two ; and by keeping faith with I hem several weeks at Tropic, ha returned

--0.- round-trip ticket, meals and berth Included 19-lbs. granulated sugar. . '1.00 now, as In the hope to receive a here, and II I assisting J. R. Mathers In
Line would do C II.. . .' LOO their
have a cat-boat In good over the Clyde 20-lb( white continuance of liberal patronage. the mercantile business.
ill( long, well to write the editor of the ADVOCATE Price on pure White Plymouth Rock 12-lbs. green coffee. . . .. l.no By strict attention to business, untiring
ration, that I exchange for a ., for .the al- eggs for hatching, at half price after 0-lbs. Arbockle' coffee . 1.00 to please, honest dealing liberal A few night ago some mlnchlevou' 'I"
hogs or good cow. Address: .o have atroulndtripFla.ticket over Mallory May 1. II. FRIEDLANDKR: : D. S. bacon, per pound. . .IS! energy Idea, square) and upright methods, a boy attempted to rob A. N. Mather
SAM NORTON chicken but discovered In
and New I-3t) Inteilachen, Fla. and lo coop, were
Titusville Fla. Line, between Brunswick Breakfast bacon, .0 liberal use of printer' Ink In bidding fora the
time to ave them from committing
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York, for sale. Shoulder, / ,share of public patronage and ever-
Tltusvllle Laundry. Picnic ham. .. .6 j lasting effort to ue their cash In such a act.

'or Sale-New Furniture, Best bam, . . ,111 manner as to ave money fur those who Song service was given Sunday even

: For Sale, Sir*. Geo. Cook, of Titusville It now 10-lbs.( butterine . . . L40 trade with them, Cohen Bros have become I I Ing last at the residence of Mr. and Mm..

fiAt!( second-hand prices; In any quanti- prepared to do laundry work of every Write for prices on other groceries. the leaders In their line of business A. N. Mather, which was largely at- f

and suckers, five varieties description. All work guaranteed. Good delivered to depot In Jacksonville In the state of Florida. Call and see tended, and all participant seemed to 1
fy. R. CAMPDEIX, Pineapple delivery slips Enquire of Leave your washing at G. Y. Dureu's MAGNOLIA Oiioc-Eiir Co., their fine stuck of goods, or drop them aJlDe. have enjoyed the evening very pleasant* ,1 )k

,"Bellevue Melbourne," Fla. t.f; July JAMES ANDREWS, Eden, Fla. corner store, opposite ADVOCATE office. Jacksonville\ Fla. ly'


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frequently told la advance. on account a I TO BEAT THE SCALPER. Mla.rlr. of Cr..t.r... SKRhSJULUJU HlnltIt, Pearl or Cattail best for, 25c per*2.10 lb. by mall boshel.; I5c. express flrelpht.
Fair Outside Is ; (German hay per Kaffir Con
of lu reputation. Two more miserable men, it if said \ a white moa red, also Jerusalem corn, ZOctt. per lb. by mail; lout
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A w **r 7 Paps Will R. read
Yours, G. J. P. cannot be found in all Europe than the 20ctt lb.
Sorghum, early orange, per by
F.r Railway Ticket lb. by express or freight. mal
a Poor SubstituteFor II I I sultan of Turkey, who aunt enjoy a '
I The new safety for lOctn lb. express or freight.
paper railway
moment's bfcanfe be to
G..vgla .....1MnI a r1..wa RanwsyMay. i peace expects: .1.0
busheL Chufat $ bushel.
Inward Worth. C-: tickets, which will be used by tome of meet tbe came fate .. his predecessor Peanut, Spanish, tLLO per per

I the largest companies: at the beginning and the king of erYl.. wbo is also Seed Corn in variety

of the year, U expected to prove a harder haunted day and night by tbe fear of Cow Peas market prices.
health, inwardly, of orricc: or THEMACOX nCE-paUl EST. '
blow to the dishonest ticket scalper Mauioation The German emperor'sdefects Write for price list.
liver and bowels GA., April, 21, Ie'dJ. are well known The king of
nes, than any national or state anti ticket L. CAMERON. Seedsman,
Editor Admeats'Jlr. Italy suffers from chronic gaitrio derangements -
to come if Hood's Sar- tcalping oearare. The meet Ingenious
George A. Mac:Donald, General bro lbl oo by excessive St. JACKSONVILLE FLA
wiles of the fnaJptr will be of oo avail 125 East Bay ,
is promptly use Passenger Agent, having tendered his against tbit safety piper. In printing smoking of green cigar The young '"
of baa for
secure a fair oateide, and a resignation, effective May 1st, 199, ) style and form the new ticket will be king Spain no constitution
bit lather mined It bit mode of life
by JOHN
C. B. Rhode U hereby appointed in fr'l I similar to that now in the GEORG MARL MARX
rigor; in the frame with the use, oily; having to be kept alive latterly by I _
of health the stead and will aaanroe'tbe duties of difference being in the material
on cheek, good opoi opiates and champagne. The king of
office said date. : which it i. ;tinted. Tbe new paper II W12 rncL
perfect digestion, pare blood. oo : the Belgians it lame. The queen of !
the remit of of
-"I have bad no mum 01 the WILLIAM CIICCKLKT SHAW, I yean experiment by Bonmania it haunted by hallucinations Wholesale Dealers In
railway ticket and it baa
printer., been
which troubled me for years,tint Vice'President. which sympathetically affect King :
IlaruJ..rOla cured Ma Joe formally) approved by National Association Cbarlea In it U list and
me. truth a grim GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE.
tt'a"blntoa 8t,Ogdentborg. N. Y. You Can't nested of .Genera, X>.* oger and of all the sovereigns of Europe only I ..
Ticket .
sta "le ID ner4 with year Agent Qu Victoria, tbe young queen of
roob for Because That Feeling Is not the result of TIM manufacturers ;:-::arante that Holland and the kings of Denmark.* 131 and 133 East Ray Street and 6 and 8 X wn.n Street,
>I1a. with severe pain Hood'. eiertion. It Is due to the unhealthy : this paper will retain anything written
-rllla mad me ttroajr and besrt ." Sweden' and Greece teem to be blessed
., Main Street! Auburn Me., condition of your blood. This vital on it in ink until the last particle of with sound minds in sound bodies. Suol son.villo: : : Florida.
fluid should give nourishment to the paper I. destroyed. If s knife eraser

& daMa atil'l every organ, nerve and rnoscle. But te ,need upon it, the fact will at once Exchange. ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CIT
it cannot do this unless it is rich and .. .
be evident, since the surface of the Votlag "t 9*
That U what want to cure ,
pure. you ticket will be dertroy" bong the The difficulties of voting at sea are
That Tired Feeling- rich
Hood's Sarsaparilla will pure help bllCd'j inside of the paper wbicb will be another that described by a soldier in a Kansas We are headquarter for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow PM
yon
7n"""e aver me: th4_..trrftatlajf .... rested." It will give you pure, rich color. Tbe last point. however, it regiment : "Tbe voting place was established guaranteed jrennine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We wan
.:I -Ie-& rro'odi eu..,ui1Jtatx blood give yon vigor and vitality and not of co much importance since the first in a little room on the your Oranges and Testable Give ns a trial and you will be pleased.

brace you up so that you may feel well knife eraser baa ready been guarded middle deck but tbe bip't cook soon MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla.

all through the coming:: summer. If against by the ne of two color tickets routEd na ont, as it happened to be a :r: We only Sell to Dealers.

yon have never tried Hood's Sarsaparilla with surface and inside of different metsroom. 1 was watching tbe proceedings

do so now, and see how it energizes shades consequently was called on to help

and vitalizes your whole system. The new paper was specially invented move tbe books, ballots, etc., first out

to defeat the scalper's acid. When on deck where the election was conducted C x.A. s. J3L1Tb.I.I:: : & C C. .,

II 0 a The Invisible chevrons woven In anew the dishonest broker wants to change a for a few minutes from the DEALERS INTTST'JLm.es -

I"A 1- Se type of camel's hair are made Into name or date on a ticket, be uses acids, beads of lO convenient barrels, thence
handsome street costume, trimmed which .completely obliterate the original to a'cheat on the hurricane deck in the : Fine: an.: l Xjlca.oa.ors,

with black astrakhan fui. writing and leave the surface of crow of tb" boat and finally a stateroom 417. &: 419 W. Bay St.,

the ticket read for the insertion- of- the where tbe election was completed.

How's This new name or date. Scalpers have gone By ibis time a good many of the men ?r..L. JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA.

to far in this direction as to change the were too si ck: to vote, and since then p ..inns. I

We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward color of the entire ticket, leaving only the judges and clerks have been too- sick -Wt.NV' Aguinalclo :May Keeoter
for of Catarrh that cannot be "
any case tbe necessary printing intact to count tbe ballot --e-
4tea. cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Tbe new safety' paper is said to be absolutely =W= His reason with Dewey's and Otis'

F. J. CIIEXET A Co., Props., Toledo, OWe .. proof against tbe nee of Nat Too Good to Be Tr... ( =:.r-: judicious doctoring. Dewey's Ice
: any A German dentist Dr. Herz proposes : <;;..--. is reducing; the swelling of his
the undersigned have known F. J. acid.. This condition has been reached ....-
l Cheney for'the last 15 and believe to pat microbes into our months to steal bead, just as our high grade and
years by the nee of certain: acids .inibe manufacture -
Blum's will
i him perfectly honorable in all business way our paint His discovery consist pure Rye Whiskey reduce -
of the paper, which will counteract .4\ cold, cough, grip, etc.
transactions and financially able to carry in an inrtcnlant prepared from microbes: your ,
any which may afterward be used )4 when used properly. There is
out any obligations made by their firm. be cultivates for tbe purpose. When applied ,
upon it. If acid if used! to alter a name nothing like our fine Blum's pure
West sit Truaz, Wholesale Druggists in tbe case of a decayed tooth, it } w
or date on a ticket printed on tbe safety T't Rye Whiskey for preventing chills,
Toledo O. stops the pain but does not destroy the "
paper, the only effect will be to drive f colds, grip or pneumonia, and this
Walding:; Klnnan & Marvin, Wholesale !serve further, it again fixes the tooth is the kind of weather to use it.
the original writing through the ticket,
1 Toledo O. t
k Druggists, nd makes it possible (opal in a lasting ir- "
it to the surface the
bringing plainly
Halts Catarrh Cure!is taken Internally opposite side. The acids used making on stopping He has already' treated a number :::Jr-: Blum's Pure Ryp Whiskey, 7 years old, delivered to any part of the State
acting directly upon the blood and mucous of cases with ft, and they have express prepaid, for 13.20. .
surfaces of the system. Price, 75c tbe paper are said to be strong enough proved most tnccetsfaLSan FranoJaoo _.

per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testl to counteract any which the most expert Chronicle .

monlals free. scalper might employ.The .

, CULTURE IN FLORIDA. Hall's Family Pill are the best. new safety paper will be oiled at
> lilt %..aln.ScftJeigbIawam. *<
fret chiefly for the printing of through ?

f All the poplins in black and white i tickets reading over two or more lines, scab we are < --/c-- GEORGE WASHINGTON IX
going to have a beastly bawd wintab.
Indian Rrtr Adroeate have
: effects attractive and these which seem to been the kind of HIS YOUTH
are very :: on doncber know.
i
tickets in favor with the
most
scalping
a number of year I have watched weaves black velvet ribbon and black fraternity. The most skillful and varied Miss! Catting-No; I'm sore I don't Went into the lumber business on a
'
the growth and develop velvet buttons are used. ingenuity! has been shown in tbe manipu- know. Bat why are yon so sure of it? +e small scale by hewing down his fathers
i'
the La Conte pear grove. of }Ir. lation of these tickets. Softleigb-Became I-aw-feel! it in r cherry tree but like us he was too square
During two or about
: to make any misstatement it. You
f' In Bradford County. Itt Cobbed the Grave.A three big society gatherings held in me bones. r can always.rely upon our prices being the

typical flatwoods sol(l, and Its spe startling incident, of which Mr. Jn6 Chicago last summer the railways discovered Miss Catting-Really? I wasn'taware r 1 I fairest for a fine quality of lumber, and that

lies In the demonstration It Oliver, of Philadelphia, was the subject, a number cf return portions oi yon were a believer in the old 1 the estimates that we give to builders and!

! of the superior adaption of moist is narrated by him as follows: "I was in tickets upon which tbe office stamp, goose Lone theory.-Chicago/: News. contractors will be the best they can find

culture. The land is al- a most dreadful condition. My skin was dating stamp and the autograph signature anywhere. v

zt pear almost yellow, eyes sunken, tongue coat stamp of the joint agent bad all s u: BUILDERS' SUPPLY CO.,
level as a prairie, except where ed, pain continually In back and sides
i ,
I been forged. With tbe new safety paperin A Frightful Blunder c St. Augustine, Fla.
1
down into a number of "bay i no appetite-gradually growing weaker general use tbe
day by day. Three physicians had given passenger men say Will often cause a horrible burn,scald,
which of
(cypress swamp), are a that such practices will result in
I prompt
'me up. Fortunately, a friend advisee cut or bruise. Hucklen's Arnica Salve,
high; degree of fertility. They are now trying Electric Bitters, and to my great detection in tbe fa tore.-Buffalo Express the best in the world, will kill the pain '

, cleared and drained, and In them slam joy and surprise, the first bottle made a .1 and promptly heal it. Cures old sores,}

' some of the finest and most productivetrees decided improvement. I continued their! I eats Form of Ghetto--IB-Rniila. fever unmi. nlrprn. hoi- In. -ft>lnnn.- corn- _
KSTAHLISIIED 1880.
of the orchard, of a dark rich foliage use for three weeks, and am now a well I Russian all Skin Eruptions. Best Pile cure on
According to a journal, a
man. I know they saved my life, and earth. Only i.Vts; a box. Cure .guar
; and a magnificent spread off robbed the grave of another victim." No new but modified form of ghetto has anteed. Sold by F. S. Chaffee, druggist. Bond:

f branches. The whole grove is planted one should fail to try them. Only SOcts been created.this time in Krementscbog.. Lumber Co.

on slightly raised beds for the tree row, Guaranteed, at F, S. Chaffee'tt drug and the edict defining tbe Jewish quar I Health, strength and. nerve force follow )- ,

1 the trees being about 20xlS feet apart. store. ter has perforce been issued by the rabbi the use of Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Manufacturers. of and Dealers in

The grove is plowed shallow twice each himself. It appears that on Hebrew Medicine, which Insures good digestion
WHAT PEOPLE SAT about Hood's Sarsaparilla Sabbaths and festivals so many Jew. and assimilation. LUMBER LATH; SHINGLES
and Is fertilized twice. One )!- FLOORING SIDING CEILING
application
year
Is that It
cures when all other take walks in the principal streets that ,
consists of blood and bone the remedies fall. Therefore you should take they do not leave sufficient room for the

'n : other of "double manure salt," f<0 per 'Sarsaparilla in preference to all Russian officers and their wives. Having Remember that the INDIAN RIVER Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange
ADVOCATE does all kinds
of
job printingat and
others. Vegetable Crates. We
cent sulphate of potash and magnesia, Hood's Pills -biliousness. Mailedfor summoned the rabbi, tbe commanderin short notice. Send them an order solicit correspondence.Saw .
cure
at the rate of about one pound of the 2C; by C I Lowell i Co, Lowell, Mass chief of the garrison declared that and be convinced that it lit the place to Planing :and Shingle Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., T. & K. W. R'y. Yards at

' potash to three or four of the blood and such irregularities could not be permit have! job printing done. DeLaml and Titusville.

ted to continue and the head of the
bone. For while the ,
years blight was Charles Grove, with the John Hare

prevailing In Middle and West Florida, company in America two years ago, has synagogue consequently recommended i Pimple, boils and other humors appear

It was not seen here; but dually It written a one act piece called "A Golden bis people to confine their promenading : when the blood gets impure. The best H. A. HODGES.
to two particular! streets. lIe significantly remedy is Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver ...
"
reached bere in
mitigated form. Wedding. adds, "Tbe circumstance is far Medicine. : MANUFACTURER OF

;t' It never became as severe as It did on .. more important than appears on the
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(' light sandy lands. There has been no surface."London Globe. ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...
'f No Lady Would Do ;?" Subscriber, your attention Is drawnto
:.;; i year since the trees began to bear that Drought mono by 1111. the nam -and-date slip pasted upon ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates

..; -;' there has not been at least a third of a your paper or wrapper. If you are In Anyone contemplating shedding their pineapples'or oranges or building in
The St.
;' crop. The yield has varied from about Such a Thing. Petersburg Academy of Science arrears please remit. any part of Florida, would do well to write for prices. The saw mills are locatedat

was interested recently by a note Buffalo Bluff, near PdUtka, on the J., T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to
, 1,000 crates to over 4,000 but in the any
,'I \ up ; from Professor Karpinsky part of the East
describing Coast.
, y No lady would take her watch when Address: II. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
L' years when the reduced output occurred out of order, to the first person who displayed some peculiar bail which fell in Russian That Throbbing Headache

f' the higher prices received nearly the sign "Watches Regulatedand Poland. Tbe grains: were pear shaped Would quickly leave you, if you usedDr

compensated for the smaller yields. Repaired," Rut she would carefully and contained Hack granule Chemical King's New Life Pill. Thousandsof I SAW AND 1'LAMNG MILLS. JACKSON VILI.E YAKI
for a man "whose acknowledgedskill ualy,U showed that consisted of I ..
I'nlatka
enquire they sufferers have proved their matchless I' .
In the and of the -rlne.WILSON
picking shipping E. Buy SU, Foot of C th
entitled him
to take in
charge the iron, nickel and cobalt, and this satisfied merit for sick and nervous headaches.
pears, there Is employed as careful a delicate mechanism. Professor Karpinsky! that they were They make pure blood and strong nerves

system as !la the best orange groves. It How much more careful should a of cosmic origin. The iron was magnetic. and build up your health. Try them. CYPRESS COMPANY

Is found that pear limbs are brittle and derded woman be, when she herself is dior- The grains, probably tbe debris Only 2\e. Money back if not cured. Sold ,
not to entrust the delicate and
, easily broken, hence no ladders are allowed complex mechanism of her being to the of meteors that bad been turned in the by F. S. Chaffee, druggist. Manufacturers of -

to be used in picking any more first man or woman who displays the upper air, would have escaped detection

.;:: than can bo bel f"Cl. The Gem fruit sign Medical Advice Given." No sign hud they not been inclosed .in the transparent .. .ndWhiiker .)IftttJ Cypress Lumber Shingles salld Lath. #

picker I la employed for all except a few is to be trusted which says "Medical hail pellets, where the contract tiiF cured at hdculsrv.eut,.".>".< without ,
Advice Given and rtn B. or
there. par
stops Medical of color quickly called attention to DPIU
,,1 of the fruits the tallest trees. I 'RtE:
topmost on advice can be given only bv. a nhv- them. 3 911 KM itOJtLtl CP. A large stock of Dry Crnress flonHni!!. AiHnn> oI,1In.. ._.. "t..1ln.. .. _..t, nPA.
This is a simple wire cup on top of a sician. An accredited physician will! put n61re.' l&l Kttrlh ('".". Kt lath and pickets -p -! "-"--e'.wb.. V W 'w".gl w.---"
:; -- -- always hand
:; long pole. With this the picker Is enabled his title with his name. Suppose a sign Loose Change. mouldings of all on thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress
f' reads, Medical Advice Given by a It Is estimated that there are 199- patterns a specialty.
select the and
to largest to
4 pears Man." \\'bat'Otn.1n would not in- Malaria cannot find a lodgment In the When at home, write us for
land them In his basket without. the Btantly say; "The fact of being a man 900,000. old style copper pennies wmewbera. IJttembile the liver is in perfect order. prices; when up our way come and see us.

lightest injury. Each tree Is culled doesn't qualify-him; to give medical ad. Nobody knows what has become Dr. M. A. Simmons Liter Medicine is -. -- ::
t over several time's during the season and nee. lie must:: 1 be a physician to do of them, except that once in awhile the best regulator. --- -

that. But Mippose the sign reads: single specimen turns up in change A FOR
the largest and ripest pears taken off, Medical Advice Given by a Woman." few years ago 4,600,000 bronze :2 cent $3.20 .

which enables the tree to develop many Is not the fact jut as patent that being pieces were set afloat. Three millions

.,. pears to a merchantable size, that would a fva'"ii* does not qualify her to give of them are till outstanding, but areDnt'r COTTON ANa Sent to us by Express, postoffice order or Sew York Exchange, we will

otherwise have to be rejected as culls. medial advice. The woman must be leeu. A million of 3 cent silver send you by Express, CIIAUGES rnEPAID,
a physician to do that. Medical advice
This slow and tedious pieces are scattered over the United FOUR
may seem a way FULL QUARTS
given by an unskilled ,
is
.
woman just as
; of picking, but In view of this method of dangerous as if given by an unskilledman. States, but it .U very seldom that one LINEN NETTING.
comet across of them. Of the 800- .
any
culling the trees and the loss of time Of the Celebrated
\ 000 one-half cent not has Seven-Year-Old
In inviting sick and pieces one
. that would result from moving the ladder ailing woman to
-
consult him by letter without charge been returned to the government for !
: every time a half-dozen or a dozen Dr Pierce points to an experience and coinage or is held by tbe treasury Calhoun Pure

pears were gathered It U an advantage. practice of over devoted Rye Whiskey

The pear are shipped In three grades. specially to diseases peculiar to women. Skilled Illfl Shot.

The largest and finest are wrapped staff In that of time medical I>r. Pierce and his associate Attingbansnu, a village in the Swim ment.l hen poug: et II PACKAGES and I ti,If It I Is not Indicate contents 1Is as OUR EXYE SE eoIII'.nd
.. specialists have successfully : of FISHING TACKLE your$3,20 wUlbe latlafacto"., return "
canton of Uri, as one of the hornet cheerfullr: fYfunded. .
singly In tissue paper, printed by the treated more than half a million I \r.Ute el06e at hand and 1 can give Thla Whla", I.M F001 M any $AOO good* in the market.
William Tell triM to keep up Its repuation been doinc bniinw.. t JOu QUICKER 1>FUV UY than distant house. here
Jersey City Printing Co., and shipped In women. AH correspondence U treated al the *
Superior quality Linen Gill Netting 1-ONSIBlClTV R&L-TVnov "m stand for o
foe hooting straight Out of 600 A>D over 15 YEARS, and M W r'r
the ordinary 24-quart carrier, each containing .as strictly private and sacredly confiden made from Knox't Scotch thread. Uw editor of this jaj> rT for >one.t dealing,we refer you to my merchant here, w
tial. Letters are promptly answered,and nbabitadU 184 men and women, are
six baskets. The second grade the answer are mailed in perfectly plain skilled rifle fchots. Tbe first prize in the Samples and estimates cheerfully famished. SOLOMOX A LEVI

is put .Into the pear box, containing envelopes, without any printing upon last achnetzenfest was carried off by a* Corks, Leads; Lines, eta 1928 A 1930
First Avenue,
about forty pounds; the third and last them. Write without fee and without IS-year-old girl. lIer father, seven J. S. JOHNSON 4 CO., P. 0, Box v o. 33. AI.!.

grade Is shipped In barrels without fear to Dr. R, V. Pierce, chief consult. brothers and three sisters all shot the Manufacturers BIRMINGHAM,
ing physician to the Invalids' Hotel and SOTlCE-We. par points .
wraps. The fruit from this grove Is Surgical, Institute, Buffalo N. y, family taking nine prixea. 121 Sooth St., a BALTIMORE, MD. rA Southern Y: but 10 polDIa Ezra Cbarget 01 other to Express all COlllpant reached by "SOCTHERX EXPRESS.belt CO)(
Express C''Ivlny tranatel'1 to said other Express Comp&D1., .e prepay enly to points




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INDIAN RIVER ADVOUATK. MAY 12. ixuoor _

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| Professional Cards. -. --- -- .

APHORISMS. VlrrpranfWh.it "_'Wif.

U 19'ALua 8.OURA.. Boils .--.- Is known its the UanoTorfan rbO,1DESPAIR

t.,. I.Aos.rts.A GRAHAM, A prod Intention.olotbes itself with fireproof floor isminx\ luorv and mora: [ !

DOBBINS powtr.-En.ersou. introduced abroad: The floor Is frned

J with light iron N-IUI1AI* ubont three
iyATTORNEYSAT Magnificent
-LAW, promtos are always to _
be feet apart. and eithee Vtwwri or upon
IU8pected.beodon Parker
12 a. m:, Old these beams is laid n cvnrnff of boilcyw
W* BOUand2004pl Running Sores It is of An American Scientist's Work.
uo use rating To set out bricks or tiles, about tO Incites loojr & Great

frrrgnu., Brevard Co., Florida. betimes the main. point-Fontaine. inches wide and 4 Incites I thick formed

0.Box lea Itching Progress is tbe activity of today and with a tongue on one edge and a groove

'fw practice In*u the court -
':'ieclll' | for examining and perfect- Prosperity's right hand is industry place these tiles' are laid over or between
Bronchitis
clle'tlee and All and Bronchial
NaDd) and her left band .hi bug.lity.-Zim- them RirinK- siuoujb flopr. Lung Troubles

Eczema merman. upon which the workmen can stand to Can be Positively and Permanently Cured. ''

L. GAULDEN', Tbe most amiabPs* people are thorn continue their operatiuus. The tiling is

D who least wound the self love of others very strong, and i is nearly waterproof.no .

ATTOBNET-AT-LAW, Uruyere. that until the roof Icon suitable Dr. S:. cum's System of Treatment Has Revofuti'onl/cd Old-Time Theories. "

holes are left in tho floor to off I '
carry
WIn practice In all the Court of the State Blood Poison There is this paradox in 'ride-it the rainwater. i .

rf)'IorIda,Ind the United States Courts makes some men. ridiculous, bat prevents Where the blocks are net between A free Course of Treatment for M Sufferers for the Mere Asking. I
.a Box 235. TITUSVTLLE, FLA. others becoming so.-Col too.
r 'rodue'ln"
the beams of five inches
tollowln lens
depth or the
Money to Loan. jgM Hafr, oN!Throat.!' aym i'--lfeIJ11I![ | It is
!inn.. 1'uatulea aDd Nwnlten elr..r..r .. easier to enrfcb ourselves with underside may bo plastered and the y
i.tlfneaa of the Join the Pokln, thousand virtues than to ir
BODe l'.IDa, etc.Ulcers. Ubeuauau.w, correct our- top finished with tile flooring but
GOLDSMITH, selves of a single thought.-Bruyere. where they are put
I Scrofula The slightest sorrow for sin J is cnffi- a separate ceiling in necewnry. The y .t

dent if it produce: amendment, and tbe blocks weigh about four pounds each

ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, greatest insufficient if it do not.-Col- or less than 12 pound per square foot

. Running Sore EyesAre of floor. No centering of any kind is
Florida. !
TUusville, ton.My H
needed for and h t '
notions of life are much tbe same laying them very little l ; Y

t cured br as they are about traveling. There ia a cutting is required and thus the workis !

J. WEBB, BOTANIC BLOOD BALM (B. B. B. good deal of amusement on the road, cheaply und quickly done.-Now ,t
i
F. The Great Blood RClIlcd'. but after all, cue wants to be at rest. York Snu. e

A ATTORNEY -LAW, -Southey. The Gntrrrmr t..r.llad..lphla Society.

Botanic snood Halm (H. H. n.) I u a powerful 1 The foolish! and wicked practice of writer .
Will practice in the Courts of the 7th blood remedy,and I yet can be taken with A in Tho Ladies' Homo Journal
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents I feet safety by old and young; On account of per-l IU profane cursing and swearing is a vice regards tho Philadelphia "ftswoinbly" -

and rents and accounts collected. treat remedies strength may act It cures as when all else falls other so mean and low that every person of -on annual social function-asTho
mild
a
9Titusfille tonic or cover new
I skin over rottou flesh, hilt II. H. It. driven all sense and character detests and despises Most Aristocratic Social Event In
s Florida. the poison out anu hence the cure Washington. "
nent. are iicruia-- America The "assembly" i is just 150

One to three bottles of H. B. It. will cure the years old and its doorway-difllcnlt to f yU 6 S 2"T' I V .

T 0. FRIES, C. E. worst One kind to three of pimples bottles on of the H. It face.. it. will clear the ITEMS OF INTEREST.There enter except with the paasjKirt{ of birthright t.

system of bolls and carbuncles. -is, and has always been the on I
COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land Two to three bottles of H. It. II.will cure the are three newsy little American ly one that leads to Phl1"lllphllocia w
worst kind of humor in the
mouth and
Three to six bottles of II. H. II. will cure stomach.the papers in Manila ty. The "assembly" was exceedingly e \I

legally surveyed and sub-divided. worst One case of erysipelas or eczema. Dried bananas are now being exported exclusive front its very birth and one ,
to three bottles will
yapping neatly done. Estimates for the eyes. cure all humor In from Queensland. They are intendedas of its early contentions was based on

Two bottles are warranted to substitute the question of the for v
cure running of a for raisins in British eligibility mem-
ill kinds of engineering works. Disputed the ears and blotches among the hair.
bership of those in trade.
lines a specialty. Pour to and eight bottles are warranted to cure puddings. SCENE IN TIII SLOCUM LABORATORIES, NIt 1V YORK CITY.
corrupt running ulcers Artificial heat of all kinds is damag The early "assemblies" cost about |37
OneortwobntlesofU.lt. B. will cure scaly each which sum covered the cost of the The Doctor Dtaianntrmtlat to Medical Men, NcttattiitM, Sttteimtn unit StaJtat
eruption of the skin ing to book bindings. It not cracks
TITISVILLE, Brevard Co., FLOKIDA. only the Value of tile New Sloeam System of Treatment for the JVrmanent Care
Two or three bottles of candles the snuffers the
B. U. lt attendant and
to__ PUPA__n the_n_ umat.. _> roan_uv nt_. *.!...*....._"..........,are.. warranted the leather, but the paste. A large bowl the music and the while of Lang Consumption, Catarrh mad All Pulmonary unit Wuttlag Dlseaaea
Two to live bottles of B. li. It. are warranted of water placed in-a. room containing refreshments I
W. ALLENATTORNEYATLAW,- to cure the most desperate rheumatism. books will moisten the air sufficiently each of the "assembly balls now involves Do you cough? Not guesswork but science. i

GEORGE to Three cure eczema.to six bottles of 11. M.H. are warranted to prevent tho drying of the leather.A an outlay of 110,000. Invitationsto Do your lungs pain you? Not a step backward, but a stride out

Five to eight bottles of B. B. B. will cure tbe the "assemblies" the colonial days li your throat sore and Timed( ? of the old ruts.
worst case of scrofula. cargo of parrots that arrived in were not infrequently printed on the Do you spit up phlegm? Made possible 'only by Pasteur's, i
Two to six bottles will cure cataarh. Leith Scotland was bought at Does head ache?
Key West, \. Florida. up onoe back of playing card decorated with your Virchow's MctchnikolT's and Slocum'alatest ,
BLOOD POISON. by a firm of whisky manufacturers.The the of hearts Is your appetite bad? discoveries in bacteriology hygiene .
jack the of
Will practice in the United States birds "Drink or queen Are your lungs delicate and
For this monster of disease In any form were taught to cry therapeutics.
and State Courts. Ojun95: contracted or Inherited.1st,:2d or 3d, stages, pro- Blank's whisky and were then die clubs other stationery frequi fitly being Are you losing flesh? In plain English, a system of modern
ducing ulcers, implessores In month throat. unobtainable. The articl' ::8 interesting Are you pale and thin? scientific disease curing
tribnted in
skin hot, hair falls out, etc., It. If. II. the gilt cages to Liverpool sa '
cures
in showing tho primli. social Do
e lack stamina? The
disease and drives the poison from the system loon keepers. you System consists of Four Preparations ..
E. SMITII, M. D. never to return. We hal.e 0/er2lNI>< testimonials customs of our ancestors as contrasted These symptoms are proof that you which' act simultaneously and l I
RALPH of cures by II. It. II.of Illtxid 1'olson. No one with those of the present day.Orleans have in your body the seeds of the most supplement each other's curative action.
can deny this written signed testimony. One Parli Nesv Plaything
that has
dangerous malady devas-
PIIYSICIAN AND man wrote us, "God bless you for so grand a ever You are invited to test what this system
SURGEON.
remedy." Paris is now to have what is termed A nalll&'lInl& Itrhlt'.. tated the earth consumption. will do for you if you are sick by

Specialist In Genitor; Urinary and Rectal CANCER: BLEEDING, EATING SORES a Theatre de la Nature, or scientific parsimony is notorious, anda : Consumption the bane of those who writing for a free treatment to the Slo-

Diseases. Cancer of nose lip face, ear or neck or breast, playhouse. The Mage of the Bodiuiere sample of it provided by tho present have been brought up in the old-fash- cum Laboratories, New, York City. f :
external or Internal cancer, bleeding eating baa been arranged for this aud loned beliefs that this disease was hereditary
purpose head
of the house will him !
1-J7 Forsyth Street; sores, are all cured, by B.li. It., the most powerful on it will be shown phenomena of the hardly help that it was fatal, that none could WHITE TO TilE DOCTOR.
blood purifier made. as a claimant. The Duke of Orleans recently -
who in '
recover were once firmly clasped
ear'th. air and sky, us well us episodes 'Send your name and full express and
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. SEND FOR FREETRIAL BOTTLE. engaged a special cur to take him its relentless grip.
address the Slocutn Laboratories
All druggists celUI.li.lt. In large bottles att in the lives of famous explorers in the from Brussels to Vienna, the coot of But now known to be curable made postpftice 08 Pine street to New York and
$ per buttle Duscrllx your symptoms and most curious of the Leo- ,
parts globe. the oar being 12! first clues fares in Oer- so by the world-stirring discoveries of
Free medic advice will be given. All correspondence mention this paper, and the Four Free
C. II.
DR. PEETE, is sacredly confidential. Lures or conferences are to be deliverediu many and 20 in Belgium. When the that man whose name has been givento Preparations of medicine will be for.
Address. plainly BLOOD IULM: CO., 140 connection with the scenes, and this Belgian conductor applied for this new system of treatment. warded

ErE, EAR, NOSE and :THROAT bottle Mitchell of street It. B.,B Atlanta. will ,be Georgia sent you and by sample return evidently levels the to culled theater to the duke refused to pay more payment than 12 Now known to be preventable and The lylltl'11is you. a positive cure for consumption

mall. the rank of a panorama. The first pro fares for the Belgian stretch of tbe jour curable by following and practising his that most insidious disease,

5G8 Cherry,Street duction billed for the new theater Is the ney and would not yield until assured hygienic teachings.The of. will and for all lung troubles and disorders
treatment
Macon, Ga.11. creation of the world with explanatorywords that his car would bn uncoupled at the you of new consumption system and of all diseases cure complicated by loss of flesh, Coughs,

A Married Look. by the poet politician Clovis frontier station! and not allowed to leave which can be traced back to weak lungsas Catarrh Asthma ronchitis, etc.

Mrs. Grniups Your friend, Mr.\ Ilugues. The theater will be open every Belgium before he bud settled. Thou a foundation. *. Thin pale weak people become fat

\'" McL. DANCY, D. D. J.. Baldpate did not mention his wife the night and there are to be matinees on be angrily paid the Bum required. It In It is not a drug{ system but a systemof and hearty by its use. 0 '

whole evening.Mr. Thursdays and Sundays.-London Tele hard to present a man UH the representative germ destruction and body building. The test is to try it. ?

Graduate of Philadelphia Grumps-Wife? lIe's an old graph. of tit. Louis and the Grand Mo- .. .. .. .
College of .._._
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Surgeon, class 1872. Perfect bachelor. Library I'umxlr narquo who will squabble) over car fares.
operations
promised. Hazeltine Block "Well I declare I I took It for grant At the formal opening of the pew Vienna Letter.Supprmnrtl. Not 1(0. t Choice .
corner Bay "
,
ed he was married. London -
library
building Hurberg
and Laura St., JACKSONVILLE::, FLA. "Why?" Wright told cf some of the strange! 1III>Iatrict Court of tho United States tes ;ou Wlnos,Liquors

"Oh, I don't know. lIe has a sort of things iu the way of books for which he the Ne.ap.r. for the Southern J District cf Florida: and Cigars

married look somehow. bad been asked. One A sweeping press law has boon pro- In the matter of Oeo. W 1 ., Guaranteed Pure.
application was In l''?n rnptoy.
claimed for China the Hcoble, }
Bankrupt.
by dowager
em- i
"lie used to live out west, and once For book the of Lazarus
a on raising
"Hinco only servo to TO the r red I tors of (leu rite W. (Rnllhle.llt'TltufIe Sold at reduced
fP4 be was treed for three days and three lie sent the Bible and also a book on prows. newspapers" vlllu, Florida, In the County of Bretard and price
.m New York stir up the masses, she decrees, "and District aforesaid it Bankrupt|
nights by a grizzly. Bible myths to' show both sides of the
to overthrow tho existing order of 1M I Import
-\TOTICK hereby given that on the lath day ry
Weekly. question. He had been asked for book
----- a things and since newspaper writers are XI IIf April. A If IM'.K\ the said liiorgo W. a Tokay Wine,
"on the squaring of circles in all ". Hitobla wait duly adjudlimtvd bankrupt
K Link. ages. tho dregs of the literary class, the continuance and that the first iiimitliifi of his creditor will from Italy.
1832 W'I i ) Another applicant had wanted a book of such dangerous implementscan b" held at TUusville, Florida, at the olllce of
( on the royal princess who had acted asa tohhlns A Graham, on thuPIKTKKNTIl John B. Togni
result In We
no good. hereby order ,
Dlfu MJjjJ! cook iu London and made nice cur : DAY OF MAY, A II 18110,
COTTON Nr. w ries. And there was one other question therefore, the complete suppression and at T.TO: p. In., at which time said l creditor may Metropolitan Saloon, 12.: East Hay St.,
cessation of all that have attend, prove their claims, ajipolnt n trustee
SOFT SEINE TWINES. r fit which bad been put to him l -"Who was hitherto appeared newspapers in tho empire. All ixamlnu the bankrupt and traimavt inch other JACKSONVILLE, FLOIUDA.
I Iw the Coptic saint who made h".IIIC8M an may properly come before laid
a mummy publishers and editors will bo arrested lII"UUIlIr. Wliolemle and )t"'''"......

A PERFECT STURGEON TWINE. talk in the third century?" and punished with the utmoht severity 1'IIILLir WALTKK _---_ ___ ___ ..____n____ _

CABLE CORDS AND MACRAMC.: ---- of thu law Tho decree affected 00 may -12. Referee Bankruptcy, Tho Largest and Most Complete
until
April 1HW
E. EMORY JOHNSON OWN,, a c.-t. M.. Chinese newspapers.. Establishment South.


MOODUS CONN.Ct 'Meekison of Ohio ftlltraliar'. New (Jam. A lied Blunder GEO. S. HACKER & SON I'

.
It has been assumed by largo
a number ,
Visitor (in lull to trlsouerl-Wbul :
of jxtople, especially in England -
.. are here forePtieonerFor
;:';\'\,.(,o -. -. Has Been Greatly Benefited by that Gibraltar has always commandedthe yon stealing. I
.i' f strait which bears its
'I' That
wt' name.
Ia bnylnir ..m. \ : J: "ift' I Pe-ru-na. Visitor-What did you steal
belief
until
.ooomy U 'rav.\? W r aq.nerr'becnueethecl'it Y'Af A strait is 12Ji miles wide, and the
lJ:: .of..dl oultiMtiun alwa,. la'"I'wetted.on''....tumnorS''rt\... I .. \' \ 'I.1tKf, CoolI'r".maa n. 1I1..kllIOn of Ohio write best guns mounted at Gibraltar heretofore Visitor-Well, that in infraction
"rlzin*!cunt of the brut i i a" to the following letter to lit llartmitu. of time law
I. hurt. The best li al Iwnrithe ,. could not potwibly cover that din-
Prlltoner-Jl'm I I carried 'em off
,, I i IGertie Dr. S. D Hartman, Columbus, O. tance. A few weeks ago however two with her father' horse and cart-TitUiU. T
'Fi iiiis't'SEEDS ; t'i I' Dr!Alt Slit:-I have used several bot- of the newest 9.2 inch wire guns 86 .

I tles of 1'e-ru-na and feel greatly benefited feet in length and firing u projectile of s.-..

(to cousin a ginner-And) thereby. 1 have been afflicted 380 pounds' weight, were mounted onEnropa In Oi.rnll n. 1 1MANUFACTUIIERS

.lw. .T. got your "'nn".jJ' why do they call the boys "caddies?" point These guns have a range "That motor you aro interested in

Torywhfre.Fir aunt Alwll par. Cousin Oh er- because-er- of 15 miles and are inottt formidable never worked did it?"

is"ad liPHt.'Ml. KKIJKV. At ( don'tcher know tho "caddie" holds weapons. "Of course it worked," was the Indignant *

Oolrolt_ Mica fr84' the "tee. J'sr reply. "It never polled any OF 1

Gertie-Oh-h-h-h-h I IPunch.A earn or moved any machinery, but it
The llob. n Kl...
made money fcr its owner, and that'lmore Doors Sash Blinds
Difference. ..-tsss 1seQ Oh the bites the long drawn bliss, ,
Ecstasy of the Hobnon kiss) than most inventions da -Washington

Dauber-I confess that I have no nl- Y Arm round hero bin round you btar.; Moulding & Building Material

60 YEARS' terior interests. I live for my art. Heart that do not beat a* two.
EXPERIENCE 'rJend-You'd find it much lees J Maid or matron would you mU .a.on..

agreeable to Jive by it.-Town Topics. The rapture of the Ilobnon kiss? First Lawyer-I thought yon were Office A; Wareroom. King opposite 1

Eye aflame and cheek aglow retained to defend Gory Dick the wife Cannon Street.Cllurleston

A Foregone Conclusion. Word, If any, spoken low; murderer.
"Loving and persistent l Fred Embrace firm and not too brief Second Lawyer-I was asked to bat S. C.
to wed Of such' joy old Time's a thief.
Thrice you've prayed me you my conscience wouldn't let me. It win
All too short will seem<< the bill*.
Do not I'll be leave disconsolateNow It all to-fate. The rapture of the llobvon ItU. such a brutal crime. And, beside that, Sash Weights Cord and

TRADE MARKS stand lie boxes two. bo ban uo money.-Ilarlem Life. ,
On this
OCSIONS Each an answer hold for you. First catch Hobion-If you can; -.... i
An.nne a.ketch and'RIGHTS 3CC.qletly Choo.e between! If 'Ye!l' It be.; lion D. MKKKISON. Falling him. come other man. Oue oBlueWere Ha.,. Hardware.
IIH1dlnc' : d..pUon "'"' you'll hear from m." Then imagine while :you smack
u"enlnn: .ertall'4prohably our patentable.ol.lnloo free commmunlra whether'.a 'No! no more with catarrh of the head and feel encouraged That be sank the Merrlmac. you wounded at Santiago Window and Glass '
Fancy
i nt frteetoiiie t Handbook. aIenta.4I'tents Shall he Borrow or reJoice to believe that continued If you cannot get the true lIe-No, I wan wounded at Washing'
nuencr for ecur sp euj taken tbrouuli Munn & Co. receln Oft he waver In his choice; use of I'e-ru-na will fully eradicate a> ton.She A SPECIALTY.Palmetto .
Hullo without eh.ree. la the each with questioning eye, bow could
Looks at -Why, that be?
disease of thirty years'standing. When It'* time to break away,
him no reply;
grant
Scientific t Jlmcrican.r Look But they at her with pleading gae Yours sincerely, Head upon his shoulder lay, lIe-I was wounded iu my vanity.
A ksndwmel she will not raie. Eye upturned and lips a poutlie You see, I failed to gut tbe promotion I Store
D. Drug Daytoim.
eutaaun ,'llln.tr.ted weekly: '... .e.t clr- But her eye MEEKISON. will take the no doubt. ,
ot an,ad.nttt0ournal. 'Darius.tJ e Now he grasps one In de palr- cue. expected.-Chicago News. --
rearJ' four months, ,. sins brad naw.dealere, "Y.al"! be finds his answer there The contl'aed receipt of endorse Ah. the rapturel! Oh the bin
MUNN & Co3e1Breadway. New York ments like this for Dr. Ilartman's Of a second Hobon kl.*l -' Drugs medicines, chemicals,flue toiletsoap.
8raocb BlU\ Fred' a little space ., brushes, combs, perfumery and
omce. 075 J' St, W..IIIDtrton.P.t.pROP5YRemedwithay.cnr. Then la he trie with clouded face, great catarrh remedy, prove its value Bless brave Hobion and for thUl GOLD I U of no value when health laIn fancy toilet articles In gnat variety

-- How It would my Joy enhance beyond question. Men of prominence He Inspired the Hobion kU. danger What' of more value 'I'ratt' )I. HUSTON, propr s
had all not been left to cbancet""Chancer' everywhere are recognizing the merit of All the brave deed he has done, Up-to-date tablets will break upa
ota Could they be merged Into one. .__._
shakes her sunny I
( d She Te-m-na and are willing to give eipres- Would not make fair women thrill cold In one day, and' for constipation
boA I
Point to the fate rejected del ns to blu- *- slon to their judgment because a certain, A* his osculation will. and blllousne and all malarial troubles, You cannot accomplish any work or i i

1,l.stou,'W called binpxhm.a Ia.let,.' Then* before be find- her answer "Yeal"Doaton absolute cure for catarrh la a public "Iwo c. Evan In Richmond Count 01. It has no equal. Uy mail prepaid for 2tc.ratt business unless you feel well. If you

..i. 1"'. IQOnlal. dTLi1DATimrpeamenlf 010_ good. All druggists sell Pe-ru-na. T.) Democrat. ... Medicine Co., Station 11, Chicago, feel "used up-tired out," take lr, M.
E.Gnu', iOAg. Box: H,AtlaauO.a 111.)! Send for sample. A. Simmons Liver Medicine.



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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. MAY 11, 1899.
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:-f IIDIAI BITER iDYOCITE.- have been making this a day of re- f 'i'

joking grows more, and popular each year and tbe pleasant.affair i f, 'Indian River l Real 1 EstateTITUSVILLE A sac

loc-aJr4L o.Tcn1n TO THor DrnLoOP..n :
A VB .LT RAKING
vas imis mirmm, LIB It I I. seldom that Port Tampa is .

woara.ra ISCATVB.ear.IIiCTtOJr. without the presence of some Eng- i I FLA.
lisp and American sailing ships, 'Ii POWDER ,
rCBLISBKD ETERT fKIDAT.CBABXES tbe commander and crews of i i
I i i I YOU would do well If yon have property to sell and want .it advertised in thi
which are always pleated to take UKG and In the hands of live men, to write
i paper, free of cost to yon, put at once t,
H. WALTOV, Editor: rropdttor. part in these annual celebrationsin Makes the food delicious and wholesome i this Agency for Blank Contracts and put your property before tbe public.
honor of Queen Victoria at the more :;r.laol sales will probably be made this winter by this Agency Why no

m-t'- of ad" .. out be >*<>. Is ,**- above port. a,.,. _... .....,_-' yon
snt tall oa<* or by wTtttai. PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre 2.00 to 1000.
ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.00 per acre.
CHcIr.ae:.uy be aade payabt.to CI.ZLta IT gives as pleasure to note- FLORIDA Beautiful tract,J20 acres one-quarter mil river front; one mile north of Eat
H. WAtro.,i> bU.her s4 proprietor from a circular letter received at STATE HORTICUL- Daytona. Gallie; first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price 1000. '
the ADVOCATE office-that Mr. J. TURAL SOCIETY. ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres: 50 miles south of Tltusvllle. Will pay l,0oo thi,

Address All eofBuK Uoa* to Ingrabam has been appointedthird Mr*. Cape. Bingham Is to have a year and I2.0UO next. Price, $7,000.
HAMMOCK LANDS, near Titnsvllle, from $5 to $2o per acre.
ADTOCAT
ITDIAX BJTtR vice-president of tbe Florida Friday waa the last day of tbe session dancing class la tile armory.An One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2} miles west of Titusville, good for
Tm'.Rtla.llaa&DA.Q. East Coast Railway, a position of the Florida Horticultural Society In election has been ordered on the pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, fo.10.0n.
that be will bold with credit to Jacksonville. It was the two fib annual 18th Inst. for a member of the common

8. Department of Agriculture himself and tbe For meeting, and la said to have been one of council to fill the vacancy caused by the =
company. removal of J, A. Maahs to Jacksonville. TAMES:: ::E3. :SO-c.res: :
Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. several years past Air. Ingrabam most profitable conventions( daring IU ,
Messrs. Cone A Chamberlain of Crescent
has held tbe of land existence. The attendance notwithstanding
position commissioner -
their lathe
City, are busy getting store
The following u a comparative staUnent for tbe above railway the grand banquet given by the Clark block ready. They will open Grain Feed Flour Grits Meal and
of temperature and rainfall for the and his promotion to a position Board of Trade, and late boars-was their doors to tbe public in a few days. Hay ,
week ending Tuesday, May 9, 199. where be will have direct and sole very goad, and much interest was manifested Mrs. McGrifTs dancing class bad their ,
-1S99- -1898- control of all tbe landed interests in the discussions and papers first meeting There Meal New Garden Seed arriving
DATE. MAX. 'HI*. MAX. MIX. : read by the members. One of the pleas- on Monday night Cotton Seed Fresh
3 81 73: 81 62 and industrial enterprises here. antest features of the meeting and of the wu a pretty fair attendance of young
4 81 11 Si C4 after, is a recognition by Mr. II. convention was tbe receipt of a telegram folks, and more are expected next time. all the time.
5 82 73 79 &t M. Flagler of Ingrabam's'. valuable from )I'. II. M. Flagler' acknowledging The list of names for tbe VolunteerFire
6 8.4 *8 6j j In graceful word. the compliment Department Increases slowly. On
7 79 7J: 80 64 services in the past. Tbe paid him on Thursday, 'in adopting Thursday night tbe members held a Agent for Gray Mineral Ash kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to man or
8 64 67 78 53 ADVOCATE joins Mr. Ingrabam's resolutions of congratulation on hi. meeting at the Town Hall to perfect the beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotations

9 92 t8 81 56 many friends in hearty congratulations becoming a citizen of Florida. Its read- organization.Mr. Lowest cash prices. '

Total rainfall for tbe week: .00 Inchea on his promotion. Ing before tbe convention was received and Mr*. C. G. Burgoyne left on Office: 124 W. Bay street JACKSONVILLE, FLA. !
Departure from normal rainfall for tbe with many expressions of pleasure, and,
for Brunswick Ga. where
Monday they
.
on motion of C. A. Bacon of Ormond,
week: minus 1.07 Inches. Departure will their the and
join yacht, Sweetheart
from normal rainfall since January 1, OUR VOLUNTEERS.A it will be Incorporated in the records of make tbe rest of the journey to New CHAS. N. WELSHANS
plus 3.73 Inches.J. the nociety. The telegram as tbe following York in her. ,
W. CHOSE' Observer. :
correspondent at Manila says "President Taber. State Horticultural Our community was saddened by the
------ ---- the volunteers in tbe Philippines Society Jacksonville, Fla.: The cordial announcement of the death of L. R. Cars-

northern friends are anxious to return home and welcome' which baa been given; to well at noon yesterday. He had been an CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
SOME of our are
me since the declaration of my Intention invalid for a long while and death WM ,
touch concerned over the rumor only about seven per cent are willing of more closely Indentifying; myself really a relief to him, but none tbe less

that all the large breweries In, New to accept a very liberal bountyto with tbe state of Florida by becoming hard to bear for those who are left to ** HAIR AND LATH. **
York city, and a few in New Jersey re-enlist. It seems to us that if one of its citizen, has been a source of mourn bis loss. His son. Will Carswell
volunteers have served much gratification to me,pad U is withgreat arrived only a few minutes after be had
are arranging for a combine, our as they pleasure that I am called upon to breathed his last. The remains will be State Agent L. & :M. Paints and Oils.Old'Phone .
with a capital of 1125,000,000. claim, tbe full length of time they express to the State Horticultural Society carried north for Interment
agreed to when they entered tbe my grateful acknowledgement of the 8. jot 13 Hogan Street,
service tbe resolution unanimously passed by
government ought not your
Miss IlEtEX GOCLD has been JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.A .
Board at its annual meeting. I beg yon
to impose obligations them Fort Pierce.
presented with an album containing upon will convey to the society my sincere
which were not contemplated when thanks for the which
the autographs of 4,000 ol. kindly expressions,
die,. and sailors. This offering, they enlisted. As far as tbe are most fully reciprocated." V. J. Tucker left for Charleston, Monday a a\ FAMILY JAUNT
ADVOCATE can remember, they H. M. FLAGLER. on a visit.
of is intended tributeto
as a
course tbe and signed a contract to serve until the At the close of tbe meeting tbe following Rain is badly needed here, crops are r-"" : In one of our canopy top phtetons or sur
generosity patriotism end of tbe Spanish war, and as the resolutions of thanks were adopted suffering. reys can be enjoyed for any length of time
which caused this lady to do cot : "Mr. President and Fellow Members. I without weariness. You can get more
; : much for tbe defenders of our flag.GEX'L. peace documents have been signed, Your committee on resolutions I A. J. Lewis left for TUnsville Sunday, solid comfort in one than in any other ve
we are of tbe opinion that tbe men beg leave to submit this their report: I to attend court '_' 'lt bide on the market. For the horseman

should be discharged. "Resolved That tbe thanks of this society John Waller, of Ankona, paid us a yy that loves speed, a runabout or as light as!
r JOSEPH WnEELEB is soon are due and are hereby tendered to visit last Saturday. : 2. can be constructed, well-made and strong,
r to wed Mrs. George W. ChiMe, of the press of tbe State of Florida for iu :;bFA,fa lie will find here at bed-rock prices. '
r Both tbe above bare THE CREAM OF FLORIDA. many notices of the society meetings K. B. Raulerson is having a fine bonse
Philadelphia and built his McMURRAY & BAKER
its words of commendation. un town property.Mr. { ,
had experience in tbe matrimonialmarketand ) Resolved, That the thanks of this society
Decker, of Titnsvllle, arrived t Main &Church Sts.
Those of our readers who are aSL r ,
as they are old enoughto are hereby tendered to tbe Times-
Lucie to build a mansion for R.
know their own minds, we will under the impression that owingto Union and Citizen and its editor Mr. Quay JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
i, follow,tbe of other tbe late freeze, the East Coast (;eo. W. \Vitson, for the able reports of Anybody wishing to help clear the
example many the sessions that have appeared daily, Episcopal lot here, will please let W. r. y// State Agents for Sterling Bicycles.
has to the "demnition bowwows y / ..... ... .
..
} and offer them congratulations on gone and for his especial kindness! in furnishing Harbin know. -..)_ t r -
their ," would be surprised to learnof the services of
approaching marriage. a stenographer, no
Tbe llev. Lane held services here last
,
f t tbe immense shipments of vegetables that the nrcw p lima mAW h* iwmrtjvl_
--n --
Sunday morning and in the
full for the benefit of .the.oclaty.I evening
that hare over tbe F.
gone Methodist church to large
We welcome to our sanctum the E. C. R'y this which "Resolved, That the thanks of this society congregations. *! CHESEBRO BROTHERS
season !
Key of the Gulf, a new newspaper goesto are hereby extended to lh. general Archdeacon Brown held services in *
?, s' prove that this section is one of: passenger scents of tbe several railroad... the parlor of tbe Fort Pierce hotel last
published at Key West, by Editor the garden spots of Florida. While : for the generous reduction in their rates.Reached : Monday evening. Quite a number were
Walter Thompson. At present it tbe shipments bare been large, That this society hereby extends in attendance. WHOLESALE -
F makes a very readable and presentable letters from several of tbe its most heartfelf thanks to the We
pink'paper's are very sorry to bear of tbe sickness
; but, as Key West Board of Trade, as tbe representative of of Mrs. Stetson tbe ifa COMMISSION
paper of
FISH
correspondents along the the city of Jacksonville for its able and our genial DEALERS
seems to be pretty well supplied East Coast tell us that fair pricesfor successful efforts in providing for the station agent here. We trust she ,
with that kind of article we are vegetables have been realized, comfort of our members and the conveniences will soon be better,

anxious In see bow long it will remain while in several instances tbe returns It has afforded us for the conducting Miss Stella Tucker returned from her No. 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Market, New York.
in existence. However, tbe of tbe meetings of tbe society; trip to Wilkesbane, Penn., but Monday,
received have been beyond also to the hotels of the for her friends SPECIALTIES:-Spanish Mackerel.
ADVOCATE wishes it all city reduction many were glad to see her Sheephead, Pompano, Bluefish Red
success. the growers' As far in rates. home
expectations. again. Snappers: Kingfish, Trout, Green Turtle, Redhead and Canvas-back Ducks.
} as are concerned, Titus- Resolved, That our thanks are especially
oranges In the course of a few weeks J.S. Bell
Stencils
extended to tbe wives and promptly supplied. References
daughters furnished if desired.
WilES a Jacksonville merchant ville'g stores have been well sup. of the members of the Board of expects to have the county road com
writes us to tbe following effect plied with them for many months Trade for the active part they have taken pleted. The next question is when, can
k' : there evidently must be some truth past, the majority of them having i. in providing so extensively for our we have it shelled. Bicycles are becoming CLARESCE B. :JIILLEJt. MILLER LC GBOTHAII.S. .

t' in the fact that the ADVOCATE is a come from the Banana river sec. recreation and entertainment during our .very. popular now. E.tablUhed 1841.

pretty good advertising mediumfor Lion, east of this place, where the visit to Jacksonville."
J. WILLIS WESTLAKE
tbe East Coast : trees received little or no injury E. E. PRATT -Mrs. E. W. Hall has been spending a B. MILLER &: CO.

Why did you remove my ad. from from tbe last freeze. II. G. UASTL'GS. few days at City Point this week, visiting .
your pink paper f I requested you to Committee. relatives and friends. 53
let It run three months or longer, and WHOLESALE-
yon remote It as if the time had ex HURRAH FOR JACKSONVILLE

t pired. My money Is as good as aDY.bodY'I. JOHN R. WALKER COMMISSION FISH DEALERS,
0 't so please continue the ad. In
,
When tbe metropolis of Florida No. 7 Fulton Fish Market New York.
justice to the ADVOCATE I may say that
my ad. in Its columns baa been the -Jacksonville-undertakes to do DEALER lit -
means of ray getting orders all along the anything, she does not go at it in a Special attention given to the sale of Pompano, Spanish

-t East Coast, and even from Tampa." half-hearted manner,* but she doesit Millinery Ribbons Laces Veiling Etc. Etc. Mackerel, Blue Fish, etc.

with a heartiness that is a pleasure REFERENCES-Fulton and Market National Bank, or any Wholesale Fish dealer
DCRISO rainy weather it is bard to behold. Her merchants are in the United States.
::rStencils furnished
for pedestrians to walk along tbe men of push and perseverence; FOUNT AND BOTTLED SODA.A" Kladl o( Cool Temperaoce on application.

; sidewalks of Julia street without and when they feel inclined to ac Drinks; Fruits la Seaaou.

: x getting wet feet. For persons go. complish anything which will re- s'- Your patronage solicited. HAMMOND PACKING CO.
ing and coming from tbe trains, downd to her credit there,Is a long
JOHN R. WALKER (Formerly The G.
water holes present a very undesirable pull, a strong pull, and a pull alto. OUR H. Hammond Co.)

appearance. t As the Town getber. As entertainers, Jackson Titnsvllle, Fla. SPECIALTIES :

4. Council attends to our streets ville's merchants are hard to beat, !"Coin! Special"! hams and breakfast bacon
would it be asking too much of and many instances of their hospitality "Coin Special"
property owners to level and clear can be personally proved McCOMB & CO.; "Calumet" canned meats.

their sidewalks of weeds, and cut I by tbe pink paper's representativeswho hams and breakfast bacon.

off over-banging branches of the occasionally visit the coming "Calumet" leaf lard.

" palmetto trees, which at present capitol of our state It was only Bermuda and Southern"Growers' Homemade pure lard.

.' cause people to walk in Indian last week when an ADVOCATE rep. ___u_ "Peerless" compound lard
file? Who will resentative noted how. sausages
"start the ball roll. royally tbe and all Packing House Products.
Ing rFOB merchants of the above go-ahead Florida Branch; JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
and Shinners Agents. --
city entertained the members of -==

a business man to say to the State Horticultural Society,''I I -11- -- --u------ WILLIAM CLARKE. Sanitary Plumber
,,
the Episcopal Diocese of Florida ,
tbe --
advertising canvasser : "Oh "
dear, no. It's too dull to advertise and the State Dental Society. At I Fine Gas I

now. Wait until times pick up a the banquet given by tbe Hoard of PINEAPPLE HEADQUARTERS Q Fixtures, Plumber and Gas Fitter, Roofing, Sheet
Trade, at which an ADVOCATE
JUde is equivalent to sick rep.
a
Iron
very work
person saying to a physician : esenutive had the pleasure of be. 270 "VV'nB'J"i -ton St., No'Vtl' York. pumps and drain pipe bath tubs, water closets

"Oh I no, doctor, I cannot take any lug present, everything went along"as and
of your medicine now ;' I'm too smooth as a marriage bell ;" REFERENCES:-Dun, Bradstreet, or any reliable! house In the trade. Also Shippers wash Stands Copper yessels of all descriptions re-thned,
references. Invited..
personal Correspondence
sick. Wait until I get better, and and the numerous good things for
then I will take it.> When tbe the inner man produced on that 37 Forsyth St., near Laura St.,

patient gets well-If be ever does occasion were really ,fit for ye ESTABLISHED 183:!. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
-he will not be in need of medi. gods. Jacksonville "did herself :r Oldest Fruit and Produce Commission House in Chicago. -L: I ;;;;-----

cine. The best time to advertise proud" on that occasion, which FOR STOREKEEPERS TO NOTICE

is when the need of stimulant is I goes to prove that her hospitality !

the greatest and. that is when bus. is ever on the increase, and so may T. N DALL &: CO.

w_. inees i.s dull.ARRANOEMEara. 'it Florida continue.bat such We feel a prosperous thankful city that, cowsRA Benedict, Pollak & Co., Wholesale House

and tbe ADVOCATE joins hands :tSSto Mosquito Netting, made and
are being made with Jacksonville's in Cloth. Ducts and unmade fiDe mesh. Sandtl Setting and Screen
great daily Georgia
Checkl and
at fort Tampa to celebrate QueenVictoria's wishing her continued prosperityand Early Vegetables Melons, Fruits and Southern Produce correspondence.ben, 4lcta. per do& Show Cases, old or Cottonades Dew onea- Coata Special Cotton attention, 10 all paid nom to
which
birthday, will be good luck. Traveling men on the road
P1.n.oa.pp o- Spco1.a. 'ty. corporations and hotel.. to dealer
tbe 24th of this ADythlnl'
on Wednesday have 10 Itock. torekeeper/ln hoe *'
our
month. For several the If Cite as reference: The Merchants' National Bank of Chicago; Southern Ex. IJberalterml and ibetalttxeatmenty
years peo. you are In search of bargains !
read the press Co.; Florida shippers on application. Also slate remittances made In New
pie of Tampa and the Gulf Coast ADVOCATE columns
carefully. York Exchange, or express money orders on which there is no exchange. BENEDICT POLLAK & CO,

32, 34, 36 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLEF..p FLA.

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MAY 12, 18b9.\ & '

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wanted Enclose stamp can In the future look for \
plenty of



: galesmaa for partculars.rlpbout! injury bten Curly to. __thescalp_Rnd Kinky or balr.Hair. cessful tection Friday wife The furnished V.evening dance with I. Association our at the last home the music.R. town Prof.Industries.gave.! hall Hubert a, very here pro-suc,and on FER T 1 LIZ E R S. / t




?pRICE, 50 CENTS PER BOX ? D. Hoke and family, accompanied ,

.- by party of friends spent part of last
week on the north fork of the SPECIAL PRIG SI1 '
:bt. Lncle
E iny River on G. M. Snlder's house boat the {U J}

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Buckeye, being the guests of Ed. Turner : .

.. .. who has charge of her during the -TQ- '
y absence of Mr. Snider. .
United States Health

the Reports. While many of the pineapple fields are i .Pineapple G oo( GrO\ATers. Pi
not
1ARRACH& RICH. New York, of them going to yield! a full crop, and some .
practically none at all during .
Sole Manufacturers. the summer months the general results Ill ,
will be more satisfactory as our fall and .4.11 .ELr und :F'or"t1.1jzor. .::.
winter H rr-: Before buying the Materials be and to 4
-- crops always pay better than the Price $25.00. following sure apply }

Miami. summer shipments, as they do not come
In contact with the various small fruits GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: us for prices, and we will prove to you we can nave you money i

called to that tIll our markets at that time. This ]lloI tu"\... ........ .. ................. .. .. to 10 STEAMED BONE RAW BONE
ittorney K. R. Taylor was Is particularly true of pines under cover, Ammonia .. ..... ?.. .un.n.r..u.... .... ... ...u.u.n.... a to 6 ,
ton on important. business this as the tendency of shedded pines Is to Equal to Snlnhnte' of Ammonia....,.................. .......................... 20 to 8ftArallable BLOOD AND BONE ACID PHOSPHATE: .1
make a larger plant before LJ fhonnhorlo Acid ....................... .......................,u? a to 6 J
to fruiting. We toRonel'bOllpbate01 Lima. ............................................. 11 to 13 DISSOLVED
Enloe spent last week In Jacky were noticing this particularly In going Potash K2: O......... ............. ............................................. 8 to 6 BONE, NITRATE OF SODA,

.rine'n G.attending the State Dental As- Mr.through Jhonson the sheds, of this of Mr.place.Lovensen Mr. Jhon-and [E-I Magnesia Equal to eSo4 Potash, etc :::::::::::::::.;:::..:.::.::::::::.::..,...:.:.::::.:. 60eoeo SULPHATE OP AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS: E-I

lation. son has two acres under cover, being !HP" Write for Special. ,Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,

Tie former run of the departed steam. young pines that were due to fruit this COTTON SEED nULL snF..s, KAIN1T AND POTASHES.

.Lincoln, to Nassau, will be taken by summer, but which, like many others, tr: Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0 .

aatr Cocoa during the summer., have put off that process for a later H prices.

F. B. Woodworth has be- date, which is a general benefit to both '

aVthe Contractor for construction Chas. Garthslde of an, on elegant avenue resiau C.- to the the plants cold and of this Mr.past Jhonson winter; ,for the owing plants : Please Correspond with us before being induced to buy from Dealers. Sond for ;

were rather small to make the best fruit, f-LI'
Xis.! E. V. Blackman and two daugh- and had they borne, it would have been H Pamphlet. .

rJlefthpre, last week for New York, to the detriment of the plants. Now by

here ulba.they will spend the summer attained the time sufficient they fruit,size the plants to produce will have line : LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE COT, III ;


Cocoa reached here, on apples, bring more money and have the
steamer
allay TIle with forty nine voters from field in better shape to produce the next J'"ackson.villo., Florid.a.: .
,
crop. When Mr. Jhonson his
wan. J. A. McDonald was one of the I Il18ea gets returns ,
from his two acres this fall and .-
er8. winter he will be able to join us In sayIng %;
of pineapples has been that Melbourne. Sebastian.Our cmmciiKs Florida Y.I, Count hallway.EXSCUTIVR .
The shipment : pineapple growing under sheds ,
actually large this week. The firm of is a Klondike in this section. '- -- -- tt

use & Carney alone, sent,out some KflSCOPAL CIIUUCH. : !: OFFICE. ':
GOODS A OOODE.i-ncaI: Estate and Loan little,town is gradually Increasing
M thousand crates. Services and and 4th Sundays In each
[Send the ADVOCATE an order for any Agent for .Etna London and Liverpool and In population. Mr Rhyme has just moved month, at II a m. and T::1111'. in. Sunday school ST. Auni'HTiNK: :, May 1,.1HW\
Messrs. Geo. H. and Milton Curry, of job printing need. abe and Imperial Fire In lIrall9. Special his family here. every Siindny at 0J: ) a. ,t. .; ,.. at
you ] aditor.ldrrntr;
rnWest, have been added to the list of attention paid to the Interests of non resi 3 p. m. on 11'edtiesdays. Litany service every :

lock: holders and directors, of the Bank dents. :Miss Sallie Morrow will leave sometime I Friday at 10 Archdeacon a. III.I II. F. UHOWN, Rector Mr.I J, E.: Ingraham has boon appointed .
this week for St. Augustine whel'eshe
nay Biscayne. Third VI(10 1'1't'lIldent of this Company
LaGrange. WHEN YOU GO TO MELBOURNE call at the will remain quite u while. 'with at St.
headquarters Angnit-
M. Conolly has commenced the re- llazaar, Mrs. Chas J. "'. Campbell & Co., Millinery D
D hotel Mini. Notions, Dry Goods. Ladles' readymade Capt. Stanley Hitching\ has returned BAPTIST CIIUUCH.Preachluir tlno. The Third VIce-PipRldent wllU ..
ralof his Lemon City to B. J. Mims spent Sunday heie with and woven Underwear, Ferris' Renowned home from Miami, where he has been for every urcoiid and\ fourth Sundajsniornhij have In charge time lands and Industrial .
A large lighter is employed in the CorsetS etc., and colored silks,
| embroidery ; and excnlmf. rrayor.Miftintrn ever of tho \
friends. a month, with the sloop Lady Agnes. ) cnterpilxus Company, reporting ,
It down the souvenir Stationery, etc.
ork of bringing bay. spoons Wednesday vxmliiK at 7:(KI o'clock. ttnmlH' ) to the VIce-PienldiMit. '

Beans, beans, beans. Everybody has The young ladies are making necessary School every Sunday at 0.4A a. m. Alsepreachlog In effect : 1 l limn. ';
Mr. and Mrs. Baccus and Mrs. Chas. I first Sunday at ijUlrnngo. All are cordlall May ,
'tart. winter visitors, leave this week beans, but no money. HOTEL RIVERSIDE, MELBOURNE, FLA., arrangements; for children's day, on 1 Invited to attend. 11. M. Fl.Am.Kit, '.(:
overlooking Indian River homelike arootn Sunday, in the Methodist Episcopal K. N. llK.t.f., )'aster. Piesldont: ': '
1Xew York. They expect to returnMiami When you want a good, newsy home molatinnaand pood board. Rates t\AO per church. ;.'
i early next fall. paper/subscribe for the ADVOCATE.Bob day' or (6.00 to 'T.()() per week according; to ---- -- --- ,oJ'
]location of room. Special rates to River The pupils of the public school hero, METHODIST CHURCH.RpKiilur .
Col. and Mrs. J. W. Scott, left here Chaudoin pays our burg 'a vlllit people. CHAS., T. McllIUDE, for entertainmentIn -A few article are crowded out of: :/
itorday last, to spend the summer at about twice a week. It is hard for him 1'roprietor. are preparing a grand services every first, third and fonrlb this "issue' for want of space. They will '1J:
the school house at the closing of the Sundays at 11 a. m. and 7:00: J'. in. Hondas !bo published In our next. ,
in
old home }
Mr Philadelphia. Upon
to stay away. term. School Sunday at 10 Inn 'a. in. Kpwortl: !
itir return next fall, the colonel will I League ever Sunday at 3:811:: I'. In. Prayer inset fi
mediately begin the erection of a fine. Young orange:l trees are looking as well Subscriptions for tho ADVOCATE, The fishing yacht Cro with Capt. Co. I hIlt every Thursday night Ht T::1M) O'I'IIIIk.: The -Have you pnld your subscription ? ',
the pink of the East Coast, will be Ladles' Aid
as can be expected. Rain is badly need- paper Socluty meets ery Wednesday f'
their front lot. zart at the helm Is dally gaining groundand do .
DIe on bay ed in this section. received at the Melbourne Postoffice. at 3:00: p. m. Everybody welcome at our church If trots please m>
the Captain says he will race anything sea Ices. -
The young ladles of the city met last It is said that A. J. Carter content ; on the liver! that[ carries a lug sail, Rev. A. H. l'I-o XK\', 1'ustor. f
ut week and organized a club for so- aqd under the London yacht club rules,
plates selling $1,000 worth of melons IeUT
jl enjoyment during the summer L. D. Lockwood In again at his post of
for from $10 to $50.
anything
aths. McDonald this summer from his 15; acres. well. CATHOLIC CHURCH. ,
Miss Kitty was duty, feeling jl''IR

'ected president, Miss Effie Welch, vice- Uncle Shad and Aunt Carrie celebrated Services at 10 a. nt. every In rE :
resident, and Miss Pearl Gardner, secre- their 49th wedding anniversary at the Joe Mills left here last Monday for Church building, North Tltusvllle.! 'l'hlldren'*
Ala. catechism at 3 p. m. I
irj and treasurer. lntr was seated residence of Mrs. Feaster, this week. Birmingham, Tibbals.Col. KKV J. JI'. O'ltoYLK, Rector. h

an the name of the club, and Capt. Alex. J. Goode Is much better i C? OF FLORIDA, ov 'j
Frank Boye was ]here this week, interviewing -
Thursday evening different memo and able to be out again.A .
the farmers with referenceto W. G. Wlnnns returned homo
fd ladies were elected patronesses; planting that money-making crop, large party took a trip to Cocoa after spending a while IQ, Tltusville. -----. '. -- .

I* William Elder, Mrs. Chas. Gartb- cassava. lIe met with good success. Beach last,Wednesday.The Archdeacon Brown'was entertained byMr. TOWN COUNCIL. ((W 4CROWN ro .1j

de, Sirs Forrest Lake and Mrs. Julian left Wednesday and 1'1J.. 'I'. Waters his D
All the boys who have shipped beansto schooner Queen here dining Mayor I Adhemur Itrndy; aldermen I Jno. M, ,1,
Carpen tel'Please McComb & Co.-whose ad will be with a jolly crew on board for stay here this week.; Dixon W. It. Knox, Jim,,. Jt. Walker I). I.. 'I 1
found the 4th of the ADVOCATE :Miami. (luiildon. L. Brady; amivsNori John Henry) *.
on page Andrews left last week for clerk and .
Mrs. Geo. treasurer! C H. Schuylnri I I1Iarllllll '
-are well pleased with the teturns. l'nWaukeegan and collector 1\1. H. Jones, !jr The council JACKSONVILLE. V ll
mention the ADVOCATE when Mrs. W. E. Tole left for her home the north, where she will meet her husband !
meets first Tuesday 'In each month. ,
riling advertisers. Uncle Tom Johnson beats all the boys 111., after making a pleasantstay who is tun pi i'ing for the league. .
wheu in comes to cultivating the luscious here.O. \ ,4.,
Mr. and Mis. Wills, of Waveland, were ,'
btiawberry. From 50 hills he picked W. Bonter has gone north on busi pleasant callers In thla place Friday last INDIAN RIVER OUAHUfl. l

St. Augustine. three quarts one day this week. ness. Mrs. non tel' and Otto will spendthe We hope to have them call again soon Drill At the Armory over county jail even I ,-
Tuesday evenlnK In this inoNth, at 8 "
4'/ .
Hurrah for 'he extension of the shell summer here. Archdeacon B. F. Brown held servicesin Il E. MUMSJu., 'CIICk'l. '. .>

Jr. Charles P. Carver, a prominent road from Titusville. Push it along James T. Hog Is having shade trees St. Paul's Episcopal church Sunday ._._m __ Ask your Grocer for

'dent and retired dentist of bt.: Angus- Uncle Joe, so that Titusville, LaGrangeand planted on New Haven avenue, In frontof evening; A large congregation was I

ne, died at his home here at 4:30: :Sat- Mims can shake hands. It will b'o a his pretty home. present. JIOARI OK TRADE. "4 Crown" Butter. ) :':
;day afternoon boon to bicyclists. Meets every second Wednesday night' 'In each : ,
Capt. Sam Martin Invited largo party :Mrs. J. Howard LeTournoau, of Eden, month at 8:00: o'clock In rooms over 'ixiMoflloe .
I.E. Ingraham, In charge of the. land County Treasurer John Henry was a fur a sail to Melbourne Beach, one night was a pleasant caller on Mrs. J. T. Judge M.S. Jones, "president' ; Win. M.I llrowr, Take no other. ,I'Jr1:
.
welcome visitor to friends here from trciuiuter) J.O Jllt, secretary
'partment of the Florida East Coast this week. All report a fine time. Waters on Friday last. Our neighborsare
Iway has Saturday night until Monday morning always welcomed In our midst.* .1
recently been elected third
Ills friends were pleased to see Mrs. L. C. Moore, of Host-land, came -
ce-presldent continue of the same road. lie him many attend church services both morn up last Tuesday to see her father, John 'Mr. and Mrs C. II. Ilacey and son COUNTY OKFICKltS. TRY BUG DEATH d J JON

rests. in control of the land in- ing and evening. Come again, Mr. Goode, who was 111, but is better now were at tea :Sunday evening with Mr. ,
and Mrs. W. II. Harris. We note Mr.
SCHOOL BOARD
Henry Mr. and Mrs. Loulse'13ralnerd of Val-
,
Civil service examinations were con'Jcted kaiia. and Mr. and Mrs II. Stark: of Kacey has been treating himself to a J. M. Dixon Tltusvlllaj R. N., Andrews GROWING .:,1

,' here on :Saturday for the posi- Malabar, were in town last Tuesday on handsome surrey, which he had made to CIJJllal| S. *I'. JlUis, Melbourne.COUNTY ,' I

ana of cariiersand clerk tn the post- Georgiana. business.Trevett. order. VEGETATION:, :
G
:TIM.
A number of applicants were ex- Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bay, Mr and Mrs COMMISSIONERS.f. 1 1JWa
:Dined for Lockwood Is now the proud -
the positions. J. T. Waters Misses Bessie and Grace 4W
Mr. Goss and family, and the fishermen owner of a new wheel, and is taking \ II. Sharpe Bharjxts, (' ; 'h An Insecticide autL
Letters Andrews and Miss Annie of
patent Issued Satur- Whipple, Mendel', J. It. Walker 9luiavllle V
were on moved away from here on Monday lessons: from Otto Bonter, who Is a splendid l.aurallKej "
\V for the Perrine i Grant Land Compy., little itder.Herbert Eden, were the Invited guests of Mrs. I Jno. / ; J.N. Waller Ankona. U D E
'ith headquarters at St. Augustine, and The Misses Fleda and Belle Blackman J. H. Andrews for dinner last month Regular' sessions are hold first Monday In eacb .rf Plant Food ICombfnet'

1<*VXK) capital. This company will were visiting :Miss Jennie Bower, Tues- Conkling, of Tillman, was in Mr. Kay, who has a pineapple sundat'I' _. '"
JJi sell, Improve and lease real and per- town Wednesday, looking much better at Rio, Is now manager for jUeo. E, Andrews ---- M
,mat day.Mrs. since his leturufrom Klmberlln Heights, of this place. COUNTY OFFICIALS. MYt Nw..5* "
property and construct highways, Blackman and daughter came up ,
''leks, wharves. etc. The Incorporatorse last Tuesday and are visit- Tenn., where he was so 111 that his The Irene weighed anchor last Minor Jones, Tltusvllle, circuit Judgat I II. ADVANTAGES OF USE :>;
from :Miami yacht L. laulden, Tltusvlllu .
,
/Juilcej M ,
father It best to have him county
John thought return
Denham Palmer, H. R. Duval, ing Mrs. Maude Wagner. Saturday noon with a very jovial party. Goldsmith Tltiisvllle prosecutlnK attorney) Easy to apply, wind docs not blow It ..
R. Parrott and J. E. Ingraham.At to his 1 Morida home to regain his Among those on board was Rev Savlei A. A. StewartTltusnlle, { clerk circuit court I J. off, and rain will not wash! It off. Prevents !
Mrs. Flora Wittfeld has been quite health .K. Woolen, (,oioa, tax assessor; K. W. Hall, blight. and will' ;
and Miss Susie Summers J. T. Non-poisonous rJ
the! annual meeting of the trustees' sick for several days and Mrs. Lena Ow family Tltusvllle, tax collector)I John lIellry,TltllMVlIllI,
(Alicia' Hospital all of the officers were usual. Waters and family, E. B. Veronce and treasurer J. H. 81&11I8 Cnllrtftul&Y, up 'rlntf en's health Is not as good as the ent public instruction J. O. Fries rittisvlllit' an excellent pant food and will
Reeled as follows: President, Dr. A. Please wrlto us whenever you fall to family. They sailed over, to ocean Itrown'rltusvllle; t
Merson; vice-president, J. T. Dis-! Mr. White has four cows that he Is receive the ADVOCATE. beach, where a very nice pavilion has county surveyor{J.1', sheriff growth of crop. Send for : t l

ukes; treasurer, Dr. Thomas Pacetti; now milking, which keeps him pretty been erected by the people of this place testimonials from those who havo ,

wary' 0. n. Smith. The house phy- busy-taking care of the milk, churning,' and Eden, and also bathing houses. On -Do you want to buy or sell propertyon It. Try It-It will do all wo claim.Fla.'i
'''Ians arrival theme was no time lost In DAMFOKTII CHEMICAL
butter etc. prepare
appointed for making ,
the following year Banyan. Indian River ? If you do, write the
Or
Leornlnster
e Doctorsndel'son hug for: a dip in old ocean, which was ,
Rainey Shine, and little daughter Nina, Indian River Heal Estate Tltnsvlllc t
,
,under Mrs. Baldwin !.-- enjoyed very much-especially by the Agency, It. J, Martlnay, Oen'l Agt.,
Webb
and Dunham. left here, on Saturday evening for aweek's After several Kla. See page -.. e Jacksonville .
spending
brother O. T. Mc- Jake Field has treated himself to young people. ,
with her a
Information has visit .
been received in St. hours they returned and expressed themselves "
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Jgustlne of Ankona. buggy. _
from -
Carty --- ---- ----------
'' ? Chicago that the grand delighted with the trip. ------- ---- tr
7 had indicted Baron DeBara and his Several hundred crates of the finest Joe Smith amd family have returnedto :
'Ie, Our settlement Is fast coming to the
(, and they will be tried in the Unity beans ever raised here will be left to rip- Eau Gallic. .
'States front regardless of the freezes, which l Is
,
tt The Court baron at that place on July 2'kdi : en on the vines, as the prices received Geo. Warner and John Wynn leave due to the untiring and energetic class r The Monarch of isLION
:
and his wife char and shipping. Strength
are !!
i will not for the picking
I..ith using:; the United States malls pay thin week for the north.A of people that have ,settled here .And \ 'A
fraudulent the Improvements continue to go on; .
ar-ced mule and wagon has been purchased
i St. AuKU8tine; last winter, givie recently, and is a Banyan fixture now new bo.it are being built; the orange sheds t
; extended those who hare
preliminary' trial and then' Eldora. groves ;
to Chicago The, bard were le-' A. Sanders and J. Houston will/, next over their pineapples are going to enlarge -ill!
fought
it battle that week, leave for Cape Sable, prospecting. them ; many others are going to .
the
was result of their
ar-
i t, Is'ell) P. W. Roberts made a business trip to build sheds this summer, all a safeguard t trLJ"C
remembered. The trial con.attention J. T. Stewart and Henry Casper will
last. and I .
Saturday winter's frost
11111 next
Oak against ; eve'y.one
nle.d.a great( ; part of the of shortly leave for West Palm Beach, and'

r etched States Court ID Jacksonville, Quite a number of ships have been the festive mosquitoes will be short of U busily "n"aJcd l them In cultivating In shape their be .,!: ..! '!
almost a month. The government seen passing lately, several miles at sea. rations this summer-in Banyan at least. young pines, putting I i
Q d fore shipping season comes on, which ft
;rtriatThe i baroness were taken to Chicago Mrs. H. Roberts, after visiting'friendshere Several Banyan and other islanders will be about four weeks later this year i Ifr I

od, and however, gave left last week to spend several attended the picnic at Lake Washington than last. And best of all, the writer

r mOnth remained after her In husband the metropolis tak- days with Mrs. Marsh, of Oak Hill. People came In all kinds of turnouts, learns that a postofllce has recently been .COFFEEo t tIB

:"icaso was Wilkinson were and from points as far north as Cocoa established hero and Mrs. E. J. Luce
\ ; Arthur
1 t\ : and Incarcerated In the Mir and Mrs
rlL here Sunday, re- south to Malabar. Everyone seemed to has been selected as our postmistress.We g-
baron and calling on their parents be full of happiness, and nota "croaker"or wish to congratulate the patrons of I f
afternoon.
his wife' lived In prince- turning to Hawks Park In the -WI- _......'-.J ':j
'tyleat St. glum-looking face was present. The the new oillco In their selection of Mrs. I

( hall Augustine, and their home, S. P. Walsh has half an acre of sweet weather was delightful and the crowd Luce for postmistress, as she Is one that (AIHOI.l'TKI.Y I'l'IlK.) '

v.Sara was one of the finest In i corn, which Is ready for shipping. Mr. hungry. The lemonade was cool and refreshing cannot fall to please everyone, as no one I Its strength comes from Its purity. It Is all pure coffee, }

iI I Walsh has been shipping cucumbers, the six bushel of fried fish has more friends In this community freshly roasted, and Is sold only In one-pound sealed i ,

squash and celery to northern markets, was fine: and meat, cakes, pies, etc., than she. All papers have been completed I packages. Caen package will mako 40 cups. The pack- '

Jensen. realizing good prices. were present in stacks. It is a mystery and the office will be In operation age la sealed at the Mills so that tho aroma Is never i'A:

of the 12 which were where It all came from. Some of us In a few days, which will be a great weakened It has a delicious flavor. Incomparable .1

The last man the Mosquito Lagoon house l Islanders tried to kill ourselves In bur convenience to our people and has been strength. It Is a luxury within the roach of all.Insist .
at
ar drowned endeavor to all the delica needed for time. .
? for tundlasweebyGee.Sweeney eat numerous much some
4Viar.e.Out the rill mtlfiof of refuge was before the ladles. The on "Lion" Coffee Ji1i
dies placed us by
"ckler and burled on t
to John T. of Indlanola, Never ground nor sold In bulk.None .
i this place, on the 16th at the Turtle Mound. The New horse racing was above the average. A. Genuine without Lion's head.
rss00llotel. > the bluff, near notified and WIngate, on E. Klnard's horse, won the ::D" At an advertising medium, no / rl
were: .. ,
authorities does not ha Lion foffe In bis store. .
Smyrna the body to New first prize, while old man Stewart, on paper on the East Coast can beat the seed u* bl. usuw snd sdilruM tbat.1 I \
:n eapPle, but shipping' will be) late this came and ThU removed ends the fate of the Johnnie, won second, amid great ar.. ADVOCATK. Give ns a trial advt., I If you Grocer IBplsr.ulMtltul.* It ou. sal* thaw. IHi out sccvpt : '.3

p al BOrne of Pro- steamship Whitney and crew of 12 plaul It was a grand time everybodyad. and be convinced of the pink paper'* say WOUI. IUN SPICE CO.. Toledo. Ohio.
.9 our People arc now Importing pines Gen. Let us have another. worth. I fI 1
market from the Bahamas; we drowned men. ,




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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MAT 12, 1899.
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,1:.jI''l'1 _ _ PERSONAL CHATS. Florida East Coast Ry... Florida Central & Peninsnlar RailrO-


4fr4 Tbe ear of Hnssla is pro'IId'of hit

tenor voice.Seth TIME TABLE NO. M. IN KI7ECT APRIL 11. 1890OTJT .
I. Time Table la Effect Apr. IS, 1899. 1 1G
Low will deliver the oration at ;
r celebration ; = aot.'JrD (lead De_). SOBTH BOCXD (Read C.Ka88 i
1 tbe of Washington's birth

Potash. day at the University of Pennsylvania. XeTlfjw J1 ., c .; .

i.ij Tbe late Sit William Jeoner, tbougl tTATlOXS. ,' ?Z .:; .:;a .:; : NOBTHER.'f l'OL'fT8 A
of Queen Victoria'. favorite IK> iaG a '-.........................JackxoaviU*.. .........,...........Arrive l e.p ll .a i IA g : XQ 4 yI 1114: ;!o IR !
one pbysiclans *.....................->..ArotiB*........................LM S as 9 ... g : '"' e !! I
r of it must be received tbe largest fee for single asiteeaIwere.' ::I ........-...............,. AviutlaM......................Arrive S 1>Ip'-- sapja TMP Ly TitulI..m.
ENOUGH visits' from two Americans each of h11 .......................... ..n.IJ1I..x-.. I cow 64w 6PSp L. Bt. :
I ; i in fertilizers, whom him : 1 op I liYa,.Arrt.. ....- .. ........ .. .......'Paiatka, .. .. ...... ......''A-*. .. ... 4 ... .. :::::: 5t9' .. : 9558 .
; ;1 paid 6,000 guineas for one T '-IriG'I .. .. .............. ... .._............. loa a.... .. app ... ... 84/1)) Ly.'fnlee.. .. --l-- gory .
t 'otherwise failure wM surely calL r Dot Jt t1"M... ....... ...... .......... .l..A.o.. .. ..... .... ..... .... 1" e lOp w .: :.. 6 top : ....... 9 ana ...... .... 1012p a 4np dr..... 6308 73Oa.,;
: .. .3011 .
.f ..
result. See that it is there. Tbeodore ROOMTC)t is the youngest Republican -4 ;; I Irr .. ......................k 'Tiateo............. .. ..... .. ..Amve iTava. .. 1 aUp i i' .... .. .. ..... Ar... ... ..
: .. .
t V j governor ever elected in New .. ....................... Ir- Palaik*.,...................... Y. s s. .. >7l :: 115op Ar.LY. sananab." .. .Ar ...." 606811458268p .: :
Our books tell all about York f .". .......................... .Orttead.......................... (IIIp T13TwLaV : :::: :.:::: ,'o /P 12 :.::: 17 09a .C...Lv .... .: 60oa .ana 12 Mia 'I I.::
state being just turned 40. Governor ilrp 10ipj .................-....... UttTf OB% ............_........... ( tip 923p lI\p! lo.>a Ar." ..DenmarsamarkSC ..... U8a i10a 1210s : :
fertilizers. They are sent Black was 43 at the time of his Ilip .................'.....Port Oraaff................... .... a > 41p IlIa .::::: :::::: 10 3Onp .::. :; !bro ,. .. Oa :: ... .. .... .. . 6208 .. .. :1::
: I 1 Ispi ........................V.wSrnynut........................ a a Zip e0aa ...... ..... ...... '3I'>p ...... 'Ma' It Colnmbia Augusta. S. C. It ..:.. 12 478 ... ...IU3t.a ,.
John Dix and .
4' free to all farmers applying Inauguration. A. was 73 ClIp slur 1 : ........................ Oak Bin .. ........................ .,. sea .. .... ...... .... .. 43f1p .. ... 458 S C" .. .... 601rp ...,.. ..... .. ."
i' Levi P. Morton 7a It, t1%PI) .......................Tltturtll.......................... II s.p 1 aa ...... ...... ...... .. . . .Il2\a.!... 'I 8paru.nbu Albe"lIIe.N. 2Mp .1.
tot them. ... .. I ant ..........................a'l P..ual.........a.e.....*........ a 10 ...... .. ... ...... ...... ...... ..... I..00:; .. CbarIOlteNC; : : :::::. IOlOp: :::::: 8158 ,
Ciliate Garcia second, a 13-year-old" .. ... .. ... ... ...... ... .. ...... ..... II ..... .
.. $34p1 .. . .. ... Oaro .. .............. 12ap .. ,... ..... N.C. II .... .. 25p .. .... .45&
son of the Cuban general, bill entered ...... ........................ Roc.al w.t.: ......................... III ...... .. .. .. ...... ...... IOIIJp .... 10'a MoreenllooroN.CIt Salisbury .. .... 120p .. .. 630& ..1".
C' KALI WORKS ...... 4O"vl ......................... Kan Oallie ......................... 12 ..,. ...... ..... ...... .. .. .n27p .. ..12IOp "a.It .... ...... : .... .
R.MAM tbe West Chester (Pa.) State Normal ...... 415p1 ". ..........................Melbourne........ ... .......... II .. .... ...... ....:. ... ... 1301' .It. Danville .. :. 1200n 801' ..... 415a .
Naeao Sc.New Yak.r school. For tbe three be hat ...... ... ...........................Kaeeland \........................ I' 41a.. ..... .... .. .... ... .. 6Yta .. ? 3'CtP RlchmondVa.V.. It ... .. ..1l00p : ,"
N past years ...... IOIp! ..............'-........... .batinn. ......................... II .. .. ... ..- .. ...... 2458.. .... "Lyorbburr;, to ...... 3MI' .. 2MI' ..
been a pupil in tbe public school and a ...... 66 ..........................!!t. Lna ......................... ii ...... .d...... ...;.. ...... 41'Jf'a .. ? .. 64Ap CbarlottetIYllle, to .. ... 11158 2161' .. 12l3a.: "I"
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boarding school in New York.A ...... II ......................Fort PI...,......................... 10t. ...... ...... ...... .. ... I5ia ....... 905 It Washington M .. .. Sl20p .
...... 54101 .. ............................ .Edenlrnf ........................... 10la ...... .. .... ..... ...... 'I ..... 112t> to Baltimore It ...... 9423.. ... 7Mp' "
new Kneipp has arisen in tbe per. ...... a 4'p .. ........................... ........................... 10 Ilia ...... ... .. ...... ...... Ita: 25'a Phlladrlphla to .... 120a ,..... 622)1' ''' .
... ........ .... ..... .. S .... .... 623a'It New York .12163. ... 200p' ....
..... I ........... .. Stuart .... .. ...... 005* ...... .. .. .. .. :: .
son of Pastor Felke, who baa a parish ...... f2llto .........................HobeHonnd.Test ......................... .. '3. .... ...... ..::.. .. ::.. y peril . 3 pop to... ...".....toft".:. ... lOOn .. .... 6 00a .
in Repelen Rbenisb Prussia. The number ...... l39p ...................... .\ Joptter........................ II J3a ......
...... $13l .....................W.., Palm Beach .......-........... 14.a ...... Lv .Jacksonville Ar ..7... ...... 65-.7.
of bis patients already runs up into ...... .Ir .......................... Bornt.n .......;:.. .........._.. 8Xla ...... 1o3ni..l.:::::: ::::: ::::' y012pIAr..Everett.....Lr...... '-'" ... gay "
r tbe thousands, and an institution will ...... i vp ........................... Dlrar .. .......... ."............ .. a i' ...... ..!.. ...I I I. .... una I .... Atlanta. .. .. ...... .... ..... ... ..1050p '
: 745pl./I .. .. 9.Ja: II ..Cb an.. ...... .. .. ..... SlOp .
1 1J..t..11 She Didn't Know. be erected for their better treatment S. ... :: :::I:::::: .:.. 1101" ...Ct nc10sat1... It .. .. ...... ......
The role that no person bill smoke! The grand old man of the Roman ...... I Op; Arrive ... ........................Miami_. ... ......... .. ... .... '9BeBKTWKE.V ...... :
In a street car is enforced strictly bj the JftW SMYItXA AXI GRAM CITY Jt'.NCTIOX.STATION'S. No.34 makes connection for JJn1n .lck. arriving Brunswick 1IwI It'-m.
i church is not tbe pope, but Cardinal with
leaves Jacksonville 920 a.m. through
train sleerrs
,
line bat For New Orleans
nil ,
f conductor on Memphis Mertel who is now in hit ninetyfifthyear o i e I Ito.2 o 1T rivinp dew Orleans 7:40 a. m. Only throneh sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville: from Sew

an exception is made in the caw of one and is so active as to bid fair to t LT...... .. ... ...... >"ew Mrarrna ......... .............Ar S+p s06p '" m.
-namely, the Hon. John L. S ep112Le; a .... ........ ....... Lk.li.lee .... ......,. .., .Lv1210p 455p "Sundays only,sleeper leave Jae sonville for Tallahassee at 7:50 p. m.
passenger sea the next century. He is one of tbe Slip 11 sw ...... ................ ..orange Qty. ,..................... .. '12 a'p' 1; 439p42Opln SERVICE.
i T. Sneed. It is not recorded that the few surviving prince. of tbe church 4se'Ar.... .. .. ...0nr.C>ty Jnaftion.... .. .... ...... ill SSa 4Ap BLEEPING CAR
able chancellor took advantage of XM.$and 36 Fast" Mail, Sleeper between New York and Jacksonville and the 1Cincla
ever created by the late Pins IX. All trala* botw n Xew Srnyraa aad Oraafe City Junction Daily eieept Sunday.
via Asheville.
the exceptional privilege accorded him Sleeper Jacksonville and New York in
between connection
throash sleepers
and 34 i
Nos.33 carry
+ Lot it is certain that be has been invited Henry Beeman and Mary Randall) KEY WEST AND HAVANA. 8 and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.
were inmates of the Osborne county Xo.38 carries Cincinnati. Florida and Havana Limited from Jacksonville to Atlanta
Ilk to go in off the platform and finish his Tnerteamer of the Florida Fast Coat gte.ni.hip Com a.T are appointed to sail as followi: Chattanooga and Cincinnati. This is brought to Jacksonville by Xo.37.
1, cigar comfortably on a cushioned seat (Kan.) poorhouse up to a few days ago, Krt-m Miami. 11:90 p. ra. Tues lay and Friday*. Arrive hey All baecaee will be checked from Union Depot. Ticket will still be sold at the city tic
ft, % "No I'm afraid the ladies would object when they eloped leaving behind thema t'.aaer City of West: 1:30 p. m. Wednesday and Saturdays Train U conneeU office,let Hogan Street,as well as at the Union depot ticket o lce. ,
invi notice to tbe superintendent that they K.' WPat to with steamer. L. A. SHIPJIAX, A.O. P. A. F.C.WRIGHT.Dis. Pass.Agt., 202 W Bay
hie sucb
was response to an bad "gone out into the garden of hopeto a.ci Wt tror Uir..et.K'J From Key Wit 3:30 p. n. Wednesdays a.d Saturdays. Arriv A. O. MacDOXZLL: Gen. Pass. Agent,
c tation. Miami:30..111. Tband. -. end SaDda,.. connecting with train 78.
t
sip of the flowers of love
"The ladies all make concessions to ..........p 31.. From dianii.6.. m. Monday. and Tburadaya. Arriv Key
Jon," was the reply of the conductor. The will of the late William E. Hale .al. t. and Wt T ,. m. Monday* and Tbunday Leave Key_West 9 p, m.
"I don't know abort that" said the of Chicago provides for the setting( fr.. H..... same days. Arrive Havana e a. m. Tuesday and Fridays.teucYing .

,. jodg You heard what the old lady aside of $300,000 as a fund for tbe assistance K-y W..t .t and From Friday Havana Arrive sailing Miami direct a a. m.tor Wednesday Miami11 a.and DB.Saturday Tuesday, outhern.

said about smoking in her presence?" of numerous charitable institutions. 1'...,..b.....". eonnectinK with train TV. ; S

The conductor bad to confess that The selection of the institutionsIs TheM'I\me .baa how the tim*.at which train aaa boat* say'b* ex petted to arriv*aad ::4Sk
I' 4' though he bad beard a good many sto- left to the discretion of the trustees depart drum the several nation and port, but their arrival or departure M th* ttnie
...Ied U maaru'eed' _or doe th*Oovpaay bold ltaU retpondhl for any delay or any
1 dee oa the rear platform, he had never and only the income of the fond la to ..aaeqaa.oee arising therefrom. Railway
Jaeard this particular one. be used. Fee- eopy ollOt'allt..e ..nI-U at 228 Ww Bay S4rMt,JaekMavlU. or addrM ..
3. T. BXCaTWlTB."Traffle Uaaafer. J. D. BAHXKB. A. ..r. A.
'f "Well I'll tell you" said the chan At Cbesbam tbe oldest royal postboy ey A.Lttal:_. _
cellor. "She was a charming old ladyof in England-Jonea Miles-has just

the old school, and one day the was died. The deceased who was 93 years

}, .sked if she objected to a gentleman of age, acted as poetijion( to four sovereign BETWEEN TITUSVILLE AXD SAXFORD. Excellent Service Out of Florida.

smoking in her pretence. don't really *-George- III. George IV, WilliamIV 8OL'THBOu NORTHBOCND.1r. --

I know' was her reply. 'I bare never and Queen Victoria. lIe entered tbe So. II. Effecl AprU U, 18119. So. (2.: NORTH EAST WEST.

t'' bad any experience in that Una No royal service at tbe age of 14, and has Mixed --- Mixed. ,

1l .RMI1k-mua has ever snicked in my pros.ence. for some years lived in retirement. tDnda Daily San e7aSTAT10Ns. ,
y
"
: Memphis Scimetar. Senator Gorman of Maryland chews -40am- .... Itu8nLLE .....Ar-5M-Pm
lrs incessantly. Sitting in hit place 1.41 amLY..La; tOnDe.!: ......Ar 643 I.m TlDtO'UGH PULLMAN. DRAWING BOOM CABS, THOBOUOHFARE
gum
1053am'Lv..Nit". ... .....A 6r. I'm ,
in tbe second row be works his jaws '
11 ni am:Lv.Ternbull..A 528l'm COACHES, VEST1BULED TRAINS.
&oD with the persistence and power of a ll.e am Ly.. .. ... ,AUfaDtla..A 621: I'm1I
fad. ) L......... Mayto.n..Ar 1101
i4 .aas started a new A gentleman! aID pm .
H '
cotton compress. always wears a 11M aJD.L..Co.Jreek..A 4016 rm
went to the physician with a disordered turndown collar and old fashioned lie 1:1': sm,Lv...... ...O.tf'ell..Ar' 42l: pm NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS.

liver. "Hide hori back"wag the physician tbe latter held in place with a small 12:0 It3n: am am Ly.LV..Garaeld..Ar. .. ...1Dt..ra.nM. .".Ar 4n0 410 pm pm Through: Vestibnled Drawing:-Room Sleeping Car between Tampa and New Tori
} '. advice. The patient being a man gold baud set with valuable stones. 12-11) am.Ly..Ent..prt-e JnDC..A 3M pm Tie Jackson -me, Savannah and Colombia, without change.
"i 'I i iM of moderate means, could not afford a feu pro Ar. ....Sanford....,... L 330 pm
Edward A. Green, tbe husband of "UNITED STATES FAST MAIL"Pullman
ifaorse. of tbe wealthiest tv-: Ticket will not be sold to station between Sanford and Enterprise nor will, ticket t.
"Well yon can get exactly the same betty Green one uch |iolnu iuued by other line Iw bonored on F. E. C. <<'y trains. Ticket may be sold Sanford DraW 1 -Room Buffet Sleeping Can between JacksonviU and New Y i .' motion yon get on a horse, by walking women in America, is 80 years old and to EnterpriM and rice vena. via Savannah and Columbia.
is confirmed invalid. Recently be has .
t :4 down stairs," said the physician. "Go a
been acutely from Inflammatory Charlottesville
'' aver to the Washington monument every suffering Embracing Lynchburg, ,
rheumatism, wbich has tormented Washington, Baltimcre and Philadelphia
morning for a week take the elevator
him for Mrs. Green who has
years.
up and then walk down. long been estranged from him is now Pullman Drawing-Room Sleeping Car to Macon Atlanta, Chattanooga ulCincinnati.
The gentleman did so. At the end of .
with him almost daily.STAGE .
the week be reported an appreciable

improvement. lie is keeping" up the Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
GLINTS.
treatment. Moreover, others with a Cincinnati, via Columbia and Asheville, Through th

similar affection have been induced to
s
The Cuban war play has reached Loo-
1 join him in his daily ascensions to the T: "LAND OF THE SKY."

top of the monument by way of tbe ele- don.May .-. -
Tator and his descents by way of the Irwin has discarded the mid Daily Limited Train. For Cincinnati Ev.rett.For .

r,. ; i stairs. While Washington is the only week matinee. >r. ; Qwf

I city which has a Washington monu N. 0. Goodwin's latest comedy bears detailed Information as to rates, schedules Bleeping car reserTationa, eta, apply! I
; went nearly all tbe big citiea bare skyscraping the title of "The Cowboy and tbe p say agent of the bociuuui: RAILWAY or UK coonectioaa.

It office buildings, where tbe Lady.00Della

r, '1 came results can be obtained. "Always Fox, hitherto associated with R. W. HUNT, Florida Pass. Agt, 212 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, FIlL |

i& ride up, and always walk down" is operetta, baa now WeD to musical J. M. GULP. W A, TURK, S. H. HA RDWIC

} the Washington physician's advice.ii .- comedy. Traffic Manager. lieu. Pass. Agt.. Aast. Gt'D. Po. 'IIt..
Washington Cor. St. Louis Globo-Democrat. In hi* new play Stuart Rotson is to H htngton D. C 11 hUhtO" D. C. Aiiant,61MALLORY

play the part of a foreign diplomat at April 10, 1899.

Homemade Ilaad.- Washington.

Many wetiteru railroad men know Jules Lamaitrehas resigned his officeas :

"tbe one fingered fireman" who, even dramatic critio of the Revue de. e '
J eSf01
I after losing his left band and all of his Deux Mondes. ? STEAMSHIP LINE.

tight hand but the thumb, refused to Papinta, the dancer, will take a rest ,

l consider himself crippled. The.GoInni- on her ranch in California, aa she is j1l ? Florida New York

bus Dispatch tells how be supplied tbe suffering from overwork. 1 Philadelphia and Bosto
i lack of fingers and thumbs.
MilS Julia Arthur will produce new Ii ,, From Brunswick (direct), to Sew: York.
Fastened to bill wrist by two spring

ii knife bands: blade.is a piece This of passes steel shaped along like under a adaptation play shortly ot,an called Italian"lufidelia.comedy. an SAFETY !, COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES t' To make connections PASSENGER with steamers SERVICE.; lean Jick o''|
Satp
on Thursdays at 8:JO a. m., via Femandina and "Gov.
tbe thumb, being exactly tbe same Marshall P. Wilder, who recently No Transfer betwen JacksonviUe and New York. (Cumberland Route). Arrive Brunswick5:Ap.m. Amt!
length. went into continuous vaudeville, is Finest Cuisine and Seme route. Or.via all rail, leaving:Jacksonville 4:30: p U!. I
Between this instrument and his booked for a tour of 60 consecutive The Fleet U composed of the following Handsome Sew Steel Steamer sComanche" *. I'), via Everett and Southern R'y. Arrive Brn08..lc.p. sttame' ]
." in. rassengers on arrival go directly aboard
thumb be can grasp any thing he chooses weeks. (new), "Aijon uln," "Iroqaois," "CheroiM,11 "Seminole." .

to pick up. lie baa a way of attaching Genevieve Ward, who is living in PROPOSED SAILINGS
knife while he has Volnmnia North-Bound. Lv.Sew York, Pier 21 E. R.,3:00p In., (Standard Time.) Lv Brawl
this contrivance engaged to play
a England
4 to Steamer are appointed to sail according to tbe tide. Friday, Apr.28. ... .... .... .... .... .... ..RIO OR\XTE ........ ... . . Friday, >'|
a inserts into the pocket of his left arm a in a pretentious revival of "CorioJa- JACKSONVILLE.' : .FLA.. teAlling. at Cnartealon), Sunday. :Tnedars and Thursdays,. Friday, >.fay. 5... .. ... .... ........ .' .. (COLORADO. ........,...... . Krluay,
food without From Wedoe*Uys and Friday: w: . ... .. .. ....... .. .. . .Fridsy,
fork and so is able to cut.bis no*. CHARLESTOX. S. C. Mondays < Fndays.t .. .RIO HRA I>E......... ..... '
$ aseiitanoe. From' r hour of salting sae"Clyde Un" Schedule,or Jacksonville and Charleston daily papers. .'r1d y, 19................ .... ... .... .. .. )oW1U1>a..............,........ Friday,
Forbes Robertson is to play at tbe
At first one of his chief difficult: George Meredith' "The Ego- South-Bound. For general information,&lealUen,\ rains rates etc., apply to any' railroad agent or is(3AdtL ,j
Lyceum to sail from I'i.rt, East River, Sew York at S p. m.. as follows: ( GILL, S. A.,2:o W. Bay Sc.JacboDIi]
lay in buttoning bit clothes but be lat" in a dramatic version made by the Steamers are appointed' Monday. WedoMday and Friday,. Jl.-JI-RAYMOXDOeneral Southern Afent, Brunswick O*.
ocn overcame this by designing two author. forI(34JN1LthFiA.a1Charkaton)> Monday Wednesday and Fnda)*. C. H..?...A.LLUR\OtIneral Agent, Pier :*, E.lliver, and Broadway, X. Y

: .books by which he can do it as quicklyas "The Mikado" has just been snug for Clyde New England and Southern Lines (Freight only)
a man with all his fingers. (Calling at ChrletoD S. C., both ways)
in Italian after
the first time having .
lie bus also a way of attaching pens "STEAMERS"are
been translated into every other Euro- appointed to sail a* follow t HOfflESEEKEKS
1 or pencils to bis wrist and can write Afc From Lewis' Boston,,
pean tongue. From foot of HO UT nUDA
tt exceedingly well. He earns a good FRIDAYS.Clyde's.
,: # fog as a traveling .salesman is always German newspapers announce several
;' cheerful and has a boat of friends. unpublished and enacted plays by Bui-

'j I wer Lytton the rights to which areheld St. Johns River Line.Jackaonvill tit bo are Seeking a Home in the outh should send to tbe underelgM'j'
by a German dramatic agent
HvlasatUa. copy of the I
i There's nolhtn Ute coin to town now an *,Palatka.Sanford. Enterprise. Fla.an4 I.termedla..lan.u. tt= M the Si.John's River
DEVIOUS DEFINITIONS. -n.elegant Iron Side*neM Umer-
then.
Aeln the sights an a-nottctn men. : "FKUDIv. DelJAUYCAPT. Homeseebi
JACKSONVILLE. ,
h I 'be...'* one that' e.p laUy comic to m- Pensions.-Tbe silver-lining of war- "CITY OP S11AW. CapU T.\f. DJr. Florida East Coast e e
W. A.
1 kin pick him aa fur a* I'm able to see. clouds.
.A-lookln so fieiveUk an swellln his cheat Ar appouild to sail a* follow t

1 .An acttn Important an dotn his bet Condensed.-The quart of milk you Lean JaekMariJ1.s J" p m daHy.eicept Satarday 1.......S&aford.OO a m. Enterprise 9:Me
t To be haughty aa beta jea curious an get in a pint measure. s coo dally wpl tiaedaye. derrtc strictly ant eU.* la every respect.

.t 'Th man quaint that's a-tryln to seem what b* Luck.-Tbe only thing that enables S5tf9BOL'W. SCllEDL'LE. NORTH BOt.'ND. We have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, "*


ain't.Eomettma. jour neighbor to surpass yon.. ;: ;: ............ ......... .... J --.w..... ......... ........ ....,AMT.Bead:a.. m. Winter and Summer homes Climate the healthiest in the United States.
be'. a speaker that's- pawta Employee -A man who doe lota of ... a..s m m. ....... .............. .. ....lylatka..... .................. ... leave ..eo p. m. Apply

With the arguments air landln him coodneaa work and draws but little salary. N J.OI".r.. .p.. .......:::.... ...........St... Arreca.... ......................... N: 2.30 t.oo p m toJAS.

S knows where. Official: -A man who chaws lots of M. .. .. ... ........ ......... ..- ltereArord....... ................... It.UO..m.: E. INGRAHAM Land Commissioner]
'i talkln 'bout and doe but little work. .. ... .. ........................81. r.prtllp.... ................ .. .... .". 11.00.. m. ,
he keeps Utterytour salary m
Sometime ... .. ............... .... ..... ..8aatlJrd.. .. ,................. .... .00.. ..
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VTbea hams la the topic on which he'd be Sbp .-A man who Is never tart .Lrri... t.A.. m. ...................... ....Ea&e\'prUe.... ......... ... ,..... .... aa1 L" FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,

i sure of the time when be consults his watch Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. ST. AUGUSTINE, F
In all atfles, an rm wlliln to
II* cornea Hero.-A man who risks his lif. to

Bom skip work now an then fur the sake of rectify mistake of the fool who applaud WARBUKTOV. T. P." A.. M. IROXMOV3ER FU.PM.ArtM -
the trip him.honesty.AD. W. }L S Mowline Green,Nw Tortu Wet Bay JackaonviU. '".

*.* A.cood.tralnt.at .Quiet laugh tree. from any ..- Ingredient laths make C LQ\'El.L.. As .la. Ss.Jt.ocorill.< na. 'IF. L. UUWARD.Sai Foot Hooa Su.. rmt Jacksonvill ndent. *, FU The, ADVOCATE does neat, clean Job Printing.

the man that' a-tryta to seem what .p of tb teas who pay his debts before Tit EO. O. KGEK. T. )g, Bowling ** ,Sew \"ort.WI.1" .
CLTDE a Ct).. General Ac*.t*. Ti
JM ain't. indulging In luiorios.-Chicago. lfnrIf Prices to Sail the
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HOTELS-All-the-year-round.: SEAnltl:J 7.E, )'J4'\' -PICTURES OF SILENCE* NEW YORK AND FLORIDA "'I


o laitrament rtio/ araBtia Sounds a. EXPRESS. >a
,
I alight They Are :Xo Heard.
ATLANTA, GA. Colonnades.SEADltEEZE FLA. :;;:; /
According to Professor A. G. Webftrr Rotitlirm'n flrl.n-Mew AIIthV gt

of Clark university, there exists K adorn S.r.1!<<<'4'.

Since the burning of the Inn, I have leased this popular house, which will re- not only "a silence that may be felt" The new trains, Nos. 8.1: and :34, knownas

main open all summer. Surf bathing, Ocean pier, tine fishing, shade tree! etc but one that may be photographed. He the "New York and Florida Express '*
Terms reasonable. Bus meets all trains at Daytona Station. baa recently perfected a scientific\ ,
I. strument which determines the fond recently Inaugurated by the Southern ; '
leI HERBERT 5
E. SMITH
IO Lessee. tress of noise, including thane which. Railway System, giving the best through

I A q s ''r I1v :flt bring Mow the limit at which the human service' to the Northern cities that Florida

TITUSVILLtt. ear registers sound usually pass has ever has, according to an ant

II', for silence.So nuuncement ircvntly made beopeiated
.I' r env ; are t" >
f delicate (is this new inventionthat
'" IN'=IA T RIVER: ::23OTELI: : it measures tho noise made by a In addition the )ear to lie louml.through Pullman

draft of air passing through
n room
t.. TITUSVILLE Palace Cars, the "Now York and Florida '
-
Even an echo can bo traced to i its source
'.", INDIAN' RIVER, and analyze and modified form of Kxpuss" can lea tiast-elass coaches, '

y ai tr: the instrument ronld be used on shipboard leaving Jacksonville at 8JO: a. m. for

fI FLORIDA. to give warning of the approach Washington, making conol'11"1at.. "

4. L of other vowls thus lessening the possibility Oreensb.m.vla Raleigh, anIvlng at Norfolk -

I I:: : 'r ,.1 v of dangers by collision. at 7:45: a. m., and at nn\lIh', BE-!
J. O. BAST
Proprietor. The mechanism of Proft'AAorYf'11lltrr'a
riving at Richmond
: a (WO a. m., nrul arriving -
I 4- machine Is comparatively simple, con-
; Washington at 7:111: < a. in.,
; listing of n net of movable mirrors and
.
I I. 1r ..' The hotel fronts on the prisms acting in connection with a mailing connection with the "Colonial

lotto IX 1 v uMw-W w'desweepofbay(7mllri.fOTJ ( diaphragm. Ono of tho principle utilized Expiess": for Ilosrun' and nil New' Eng: '
!
i J In
width
formed
), by till land
points. This
Haiti arrives ,
ha itt-
was discovered by Sir I mine New- at
9 i m ,11 T ig n'ti-IyL fe fe. Indian River, making Its
a4Jdk t' \ !'' k'e a '1 rim TBl delightful summer reIpH ton. If any opaque. body is inserted more at 0:12: : a. m. ; l'hl1art-IIld"| | ,, ll :;\fa.

.4, iP1NN, J I1RI4id11lAlLlu/i1IMl f(1 lllllll,uu eiUail4N Y' aulTl soit. Constant COllibl'eezclI n panel of light admitted through n m., and Now. fork at 2:1:11':: m,

'I' '.E'r.r,. s: y T M W G lorn the sea and pin holo shutter into dark room and its Tho United States Fast Mult I mine,,

, bay. Flowing sulphuispilngs. shadow allowed to fall on n whito 35 anditt|: lemaln unchanged, font lug at
TEL L ARAGON. ATLANTA, OA. y y '. N'' Special summci screen it will be noticed that the edge : 8:00: p. a. for the North.
pT The Palace rates. of tho shadow are fringed with colored :
Hotel
of For
the South. (tart herlintul tinn
lass
as III lates
This is caused the inflectionor ,
. light
by
'W'In American_ _and_ European; 'u plans! We cordially\ Invite_? the patronage of the best refraction of Jijht.J11t in ordinary I' sloeplnglcar: rcseivatlonn, npplj' t tn iiuiy ;'
mercia), Business ana iouriss, travel centrally located -- -- -
only"three
blocks circumstances it is rarely observed because agent connecting lines, or to Rcl.eit "".
I-e Union deoot, at highest point in city and away from all noise, dirt and smoke
,:-tnui* Every modern improvement known to science. Cuisine unexcelled GOSSIP OF THE TURF. French and Knicllah at Sen. when tho light comes from different Hunt, Florida 1'118 en Agentil2: :! Wct

1D1 hotel In the South. Free Bus meets all trains. Hates, American plan, A belief which if not extraordinary, directions tho colnrsoverlap and am Bay St., Jacksonville\ Tin. J II:1pr-1: lJjnL
1';joto f 1.50 per day; European plan, $1.00 to 13.00 per day. Nearly 100 Canadian bred trotters is entirely erroneous appears to be generally reduced to whi teium Thin transparent

I G1EO. W. COLLIER, Jr., Manager entered the 2:30: liet In 1808. held that a war with France, if substances like soup bubbles or thin
A
Indoor horseback riding Is becoming it were unfortunately to come, would films of oil on water reflect brilliant TIioiiMti I 'l'01l/:1I1'I/

tatI a pronounced fad In New York. be of very short duration Various persons colors. Could not (PICKS the i Inpturc ol.\nnlo.
I with more or less authority have Thin principle of inflection is used in E. Springer of llin: ,
ATLANTA, OA. George Gould, New York, has be- llowiitd "'., Phlla- ,
:ay lie 11 Holland come nu ardent cross country rider.: put the period in which wo are to knock: the new apparatus for measuring/IOn nIt lelpliia., \\ hl'lIl1h.. found lhat.Ir. KlngV .
'nt'h 27-29 Auburn Avenue. our ancient enemy and whilom ally intoa Within ft small square lox Professor New Discovery/ for con um|
Prince Airlie, recently shipped to cooked hat at from seven days to seven Welmter has placed several mirrors and completely rlll'l'lll"'I' of a h.icklng: cough /
South Africa, is a brother to Chanty, that for many years had made life bar-
Blocks from Union depot.I Weeks, a very few acknowledging that prisms in such n way that "Newton'srings" n ,
Two All Modern Conveniences den. All other trmutlcs ,
3:131: and! dostoliucould
it into months. of will
bo
might run as many light projected againsta '
MRS.. F. A. VOORUEES, Proprietress, The emperor of Japan attends the We know of nothing to justify such moving sensitive plate. On ono sido this loyiil give her CUM,no_"It help MMIII, but removed she ('ayj the oil '

oriental race meetings and is fond of a optimism, but very much to lead us to of tho Iwx is: n Iloholha11011 resonator pain in client and I .
Bates, '1.00 to $1.50 per day. my can now slapsouudl -
Phone! 1029.: good horse. a directly opposite opinion, and we conceive containing sensitive diaphragm of >', nomeiilnr+ | I can\ \ pcuiccly romtmbui1 ,

Alcyo 3:10: recently sold for $420, it perfectly possible to' be of this thin gla 1I. The slightest wound will doing l.efoie." 11l't'llIkl1 sonnet .r .
, is the fastest harness horse bred in opinion and yet to make no question of cause thin diaphragm to vibrato. A lug Its l'I'nIMthrUIIJlhl1ut the unlveiHe."' ,

JACKSONVILLE Connecticut.Star the ultimate result of finch lamentable small circular niiiror, weighing:; fraction .So will i\eiy..rie who Him Di. KI nlt'a i

conflict. We feel that to attempt to of a gram, ia attached to tho inner New DlMcouiy\ for alloy double of tho + F
Pointer, 1:803/ will be seen in throat chart
,
III' lungH. PiheAOuaiul
draw analogy from the results of side of the diaphragm. When sound. 1.
any / '
exhibitions at the Cleveland matinees 1'rllIl l bottles
fl''l1l1t F, h, thlll1''l11:
\ recent naval wars would be only to mislead however slight enters the resonator or l drug: !
f\TEL JACKSONVILLE FLA. next summer. stoio. Every bottle guarnuieid.
PLACIDE ,
ourselves. receiver of tho instrument, the diaphragm I
Main Street A special congress of the National There ia no comparison at all between with tho small mirror vibrates "
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Trotting association may be called In the relative strength of Franco and thin backward and forward nnll" small Tho Into Charles P. Jacob' of Louisville -

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. the near future.Tennabinch country and that of China aud Japanor beam of light is Kent flitting about \ was four time mayor of that city 1

OPEN ALL. THE YEAR. 2:1631: known as the Spain and the United Stated If the among tho other mirrors and prisms and spent ninut of hla own fortune In .

CENTRALLY LOCATED. "Irish horse, was named after' a British pu'jliu! imagines that French and ia made to resolve Itself finally into|I adding to the city's park system. ti i,
B bridge in Ireland. naval officers will prove themselves to & series of colored fingers. These are o!

2:19 18 during be deficient in strategical aud tactical projected through series of slits in a .
'Buss meets all trains; a good Livery for use of Wedgewood, : won races as [ ;,
guests. his turf career aud was behind the as the om cars of China and Spain screen until by tho time tho light If "out of soitncioHS and peevish,, '
Thoroughly renovated throughout. Baths, electric bells, good sample rooms: money only twice.It till demonstrated themselves to be, it ruches the photographic plate it takes: tnku Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine. r''

Rooms, 75 cents to $1.00 per day. Board and room, $2.wO to :1.50:{ per day. is said that Charlie Ilcrr, 2:13V: |, itself for :a rude awakeuJug. the form of a waving line which Is Cheerfulness zest will returnnnd; .lifo aC'lulreQ "
.-British Army and Navy Gazette projected on a screen by menu of a now
Special rates by week or month. will not be raced again until ho is 5 ,
years old. lIe is now 3. lantern.
... ltlpChanlt"olllnk.n Alionril Ship. Prof eflHor Webster in hlfl experiments Lovl Z. Loiter has sent his son-in-law] ,# i
Colonel M. Clark will be the -
itt's Restaurant. Lewis With the advantages of mechanical showed tho vibrations in tho form of the viceroy of India, three handsomo
presiding judge at Memphis, Louisvilleand
a II etokers for boiler furnaces known ai regular/ waves iicroH tho screen, and oftlclal Dunbar cloaks, each of which
IIarlem next spring and summer. well as they are today it does seem a vowel sounds III un irre; nlur waving wllh Us elaborate

Open from 7:30 a. m. to 11:30: p. m. Everything first-class at moderate Improvidence, 2:13: > by Prodigal, bit strange that the marine engineer line, indicating that it is impotable for small fortune embroidery, cost a .r

rates is being jogged at Ponkopog farm In has apparently not taken kindly to any person to hold tho voice evenly ;

i Massachusetts, and her new owners are them. At any rate they have not yet while pronouncing n ,letter or n word

CIIAS. A. MERRITT, Proprietor.Travelers' much pleased with her gained j\ footing aboard ship. It is A draft through/ tho room produced n AUGUST VlA1VElt.

I Streetor R, 2:1: SJj. by Longstrider, worth noting therefore that what will series of irregular, curves with a downward --

stands lens than 15/ bands high. He is anew probably be the first mechanical stoker trend. Silence manifested itselfin "Itlsn surprising fact"la11 Pi'of. '

New one in the standard list, and his installation in existence afloat in now regular fine waving lines. Mouton, "that In my tiavels\ In all parts >, ,

' >he Hotel dam is Bird, by Flying Bird.: being fitted to the boilers of one of the Professor Webhter'n now machine has of o': ;'Irt

Management.N. > Escobar, by Expedition, for whom J. steamers! of the Zenith Transit line on recorded sound of one-sixth-hrilliontli hn v \ '
.
Uici-n's
the great American lakes plying be- of an atmoNphcro at a distance of 20 August "Flower than may otherremedy ..
Creucu Kan.
W. Harrington, paid f 1, for dyspepsia, deranged/ liver {' ,
F. GARCIA 400 ut the bplau-Newgaes; sale is saidto tween Duluth and Cleveland. The foot and tho sound of whistling( buoy nnd
,
,Proprietor, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Electric : ktoimich, anal for constipation. I find '
,
it
stokers will be those of the American I'
New
have stepped a mile In 218. 7M miles distant.- York Press. for tourists sand salesmen, or for persons --
;
of New York of the I
Broker '
The sultan of Turkey has requested company flllingolllco positions, where headaches Pi
r Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. Charles F Bates to send him photo- underfeed type-aud their performanceIn ":.'r.t"I. Fnmi French I'nperi. and! Kctioinf bad feelings from irregular "
their new field of operation ought to They (the English; ) paralyzed the habits exist, that (eon's August/ ''i.
THE BEST 2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA grapbs: of the prize winning harness .
.. prove an interesting engineering experience sultan by menus of tho Armenian tronbloa Flower Is a grand remedy It does not :'
horses at the recent national horse .
I. Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at theTravelers. enow.Horseman. There is certainly no very which they got up. and by meant Injiiio the system by fieiiient| use, and ;
.
good reason apparent why some deviceof of tho war with Greece, which was Is excellent, for sour stomachs, and indigestion. {'
this class that will work well on likewise their handiwork.' In France, ." Hamplo bottles: free at F, S., "llChallee's

a TEL OXFORD JACKSONVILLE, FLA. THE GLASS OF FASHION land should not work well at sea. The where we were on tho lookout for English ding stole, Tltusvllle/ .'14., or .,;.
J. I Cooper's drug store Cocoa Fin. '
Opposite St. James Hotel', installment in this particular cam will tricks, they actually originated the Sold ,
Gowns other than tailor made show a by dealers In all civilized conn tiles.E. .
comprise six stokers, three under each whole Dreyfus affair as well us inaur '
Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable ark decided flare at the lower edges. This of the two boilers, and each of those of its side ihiraes. In Abyssinia they "',\I'I'II
tat Homelike, and special 'efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleas may be cut with the section or set on, groups is guaranteed to bo capable of first cajoled Menelok and wore now egging .V. Hniilngton, principal graded '

wnville.stay. Rates very ,reasonable. 'Give the Oxford a trial when .In Jack as cue way choose. burning 1,650 pounds of coal per hour on Itus. MunguHcla\ to march against school/ Qulncy, Fla., writes, :' Ifavo used, ;

Wool fabrics are so popular thai ; under ordinary conditions and 2,100 him. In Uganda these English hypocrite Dr. 1tI, A. Simmons Liver Medicine ISyears. ::1
MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. especially those who I \ Cures. nervous headache, chronic,
many women are pounds when forced. Casslcr's Maga have gone tho length of provoking "J:
young and slender, are making exceedingly I zine. of their missionaries constipation, Indigestion, torpid liver. ,
3 attractive dresses from __________ moHHucres own foul breath, )la: grippe. Ilnyo had enough '
evening in order to acquire thereby the right of;
AltrnUtlo Ron of lie.,... of Xcllln's. and Illack Draught being
:
Mel (Geneva JACKSONVILLE, FLA. them. The recently escaped from annihilating the whole aboriginal race "Just as good." They don't fool me again 1 II I I
Gold thread is worked ia with obu- emperor and making themselves masters Mat '., I
and Cedar
Cor. Forsyth Streets.Completed
his\ prison iu the island at the Southern "
nille in many of the new embroideries, abolelund. And theso are but n few of;
. lakes Elm where be had been
park
.rt in 1895. Modern Improvements, baths, etc, on every floor. Ga and braid mixed with lace and chenille confined by the empress dowager since. the horrors perpetrated by UIOHO civilizing FREE ,
lad electric is! another combination In trimming shopkeepers. Paris Petit Journal
lights and furnished.
passenger elevator. Artistically elegantly the coup d'etat. But when his majesty ; "

Cognizing the fact that Tourists are looking f8r low rates for first-class I I II got to the park gates the imperial guard, The Clilvnlrou Frenchman. CONSULTATION! ,

wommodations, this :Louse is making very reasonable prices by the week, I Black and white, always Id popu- all-creatures of the empress dowager, The .lour/ which in ono of tho loudest ,;e

. month or season.; Rates, per day, $:!:eo. Weekly rates on application. lar, seem to have such a preponderanceof shut the great gates In bis majesty's and most influential of latter day French with our homo treatment We air, .'', '

'I white that iu many cases the black face. A crowd of eunuchs, who dared newspapers., published on Nov. J IS a physicians, and you get tho benefit
MUS. J. C. TERRY, Prop. figures more as a trimming than any not offer the imperial person any violence paragraph on a duel which a memberof of ourexpcilcncr. No matter what ,.
else
-- thing attempt to OHO force in preventing its staff had fouubt with a lawyer your- trouble IH.. how simple. or-- ,haw.- .. '
< Belts have become so conspicuous a his majesty walking to the park named M. Morel, and the term employed hopeless' wo can do you good, and '
ST. AUGUSTINE. feature of dress that a whole volume gates, followed him in a body, however by that journal throw a curious Ifwo can't will
wo tell
might, bo written about them without and upon the gates being closed they all side light upon the chivalry of HomO of Thousand. honestly you "
giving an accurate description of the knelt in front of tho emperor, beseech the writing and) fighting classes in so. of tired, weary, tick;

t AlgollquillHotol. beauty aud variety which meet your eyo lug his majesty with tears to have I France! "Wobave had! the happiness to and hopeless people have' been CHKtlruly ;

at every turn. mercy on them and not attempt to escape learn that the wound received yesterday and permanently cucd| by

Brown cloth gowns seem to have for it would mean the death of all by Lawyer Morel it wore serious than ;,,
,
King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. gained favor late In the season, and the of them as well as of the guardsmen at was supposed at drat Considering that& COMPOUND '

uarD{ Refitted, newly furnished and under special fancy for trimming in a mixture the gates. were he to do NO./ The guurrli- it in complicated with a bad disease,
new management. Centrally located of orange and blue. Violet cloth, em men ulso kowtowed! and joined in the there are good ground for hoping that OXYGEN ':

f ? near all points of Interest. Large sample broidered in white moire applique with general prayer, while on the other band thin wound: will have lerioou
) C i room for use .f traveling men. Overlooking black and steel, is also very pretty with they dent one of their number apprise ."Contemporary Eov low CGUKUquences. Why not take heart again and Investigate

Plaza and Monuments. A full brown and the usual accessories of the empress dowager at Peking of tho this great principle We have J:

4. .# view of the the plaztas.ocean and Baths rolling, gas/ ,Lreakol's'from *lectrichaaireqr.fi'jry9gt cream 'lace.Mousmllne. matter. The emperor finally took pityon Corublaatluns. thousands of testimonial Scud for I

,F, bells and a perfect system of sewerage do sole skirts with birred Ms suppliant objects said quietly A German arithmetician has calcu book on home treatment, wonderful 'i 1,

Bates'' $-; 0U to the week. ruffles put on in the form of a tnuiond I returned to his prison.North! China latcd the number of ways !in which the cures to the nick, etc., free. +j 11
2-80
Open all year- per day- Special, rates by C. R COX, Proprietor. worn with a guipure coat made Herald. 83 cards can be dealt at ekat, and finds

king at the back to meet,the ruffles are A Two Slate.M* it 2.870.544,030,800,440. To give nn DRS. STARKEY. & PALEN :
;
: one of the variation in evening dres&Incrustations Tbe Hon. John J. Upchnrrh lives on idea of what thin figure means he point
of silk of the color of the out that MOOO,IHJrllOns-that is the
the ,
boundary Hue between Florida
'HE ABBEY: ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. skirt vet .in here and there all over the Georgia. He ii a wealthy mill man, and and whole imputation of Germany-would 1 HIS Girard St., l'IIUa.a.. ;;

Near the CIty G..... St. George S""L coat live: a very novel e1l'ecL-Ex. so popular on both sides of the line that have to play skat day and night for 90 Ot IT fob 000 ,' .

clung be alternate. big public services as a years before exhausting tho combinations u -
nOt Sulphur I I Bath free to guests. Electric Bells Kates, 2.00 per day, legislator between the two states. He provided no hands wore repeated. l

Special rates by the week or season, A Domestic Tyrant. represents Char 1 ton county Ga., in the Conlraet$Surveon"" In England.The !

LOCKWOOD .t .TEAIIEN, Proprietors. Mrs. Foleigh-Ob, John, the paper is lower house of the legislature at the surgeons of the collieries and the VirgiaHomes

offering a prize for a description of a present sesiion. lIe was a member of< lodge doctors in Durham have inaugurated ,
model husband I the Florida senate at tbat bod,'. last I
a movement to obtain
better
ZA Mr. 'oleJgb-You want to take leision. Before that he was sent to the pay '
a try for their .
AUGUSTISE FLA. services. The present fee of You learn all about Land '
IIOTELJST.. at it? lower house of the Georgia assembly the Virginia :
This I "Yes, please." md farther back was in the Florida colliery surgeon is a shilling a its resource., product., mode of' cultivation '\F!i t 1

POs, ? ffltell., now open for ROOMS ONLY. It I II centrally located, near "All right. Just get the pen ink and JOUM and Georgia senate in alternate sum month he is from expected each collier to treat, and the for entire this pi Ices, etc., by reading the- "I i .

Roo e.e and Cathedral. and I'll dictate .euions.Florida Times-Union Virginia Farmer. Send .
rns, Wets to $1.00 per day; $1.50 to $6.00 per week. paper to you. -Cincinnati and family and to furnish all needed mod loots ill i '
V. D. SANCHEZ, Manager. Enquirer. Citizen.J cine.-Medical Record. for 3 months subscription, toth. f'f '

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i caused by the banks of the canal or Roseland. Administrator's. Notice. s. w., OAeeOLL: :
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channel breaking off and washing into I. ,
i'g t ran l I Itr the channel, and these places will also i -
be dredged out again. With these exceptions L. C. Moore has gone to Cblcago. NOTICE It*,hereby distributee given and that all all persons eredltoU bav., GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES, of All Ki

JEWELERS1 there appeared to be plenty of T. F. Drake has returned to New New Ing claim or demand agalimt theealaMof Your
Inlet Joseph of Hrerard ,deceased Crockery, Glass and Tinware. patronage SolicitedTITUSVILLE
water In the channel from Mosquito Rochelle, N. Y. Plten.late County
Miami."Your to pretwnt them within two yearn to the undersigned .
ESTABLISHED ((868BEHJ to ,or this notice will\ be pleaded In bar. FLORIDA.
I Valentine Is the of .
i 1 committee found! that a great Miss II. guest Mrs.1k .
J. P. BROWS,
ir ti A deal of land has been reclaimed by the C. Moore atErcildoune. .
Fla.
Sheriff of Brevard County
: cutting of this canal, and there were W. P. Underwood recently killed a and ex-offlclo administrator of

kinds several of crops vegetables of tomatoes along the borders and other of large rattlesnake In his front yard the estate. of Joseph Peters, deceaned > :EZ.. :seAC: : dz :a O

W. JEROME... this canal. It seems to your committeethat Mrs. L. C. Moore was in Melbourne 12m j30Jan Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizers Staple & Fancy Groceries
.I the state has been vastly benefitedby Tuesday, returning the same day. Groceries, ,

t State: Representative PENNSYLVANIA reason of these lands being reclaimedand The bean growers have stopped ship And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Gr<
J1JON WOKKS! CO., for put In state of cultivation. ping, as the returns received not justifying Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusive]
'' tlio dale of GLOIJK GAS: ENulNES, "It further appears to your committeethat more shipments. BOBBINS & GRAHAMI the above line of goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit your patro
Marine and Stationary. this canal company must have en- Very truly, E. L. BRADY & DRO., Titusville }'
k .; countered many unforeseen delays and Rain Is needed here, mosquitoes and I

tfelllng; Agent COLMAN ACETYLENE difficulties and unexpected expenses In horseflies are not wanted, but are herein ... ixv y ors...
,: pAS MACHINES. Safest Cheapest carrying on the enterprise, and as It appears plenty.
and Llciit Unlit for pilvato dwell to us that It would be of great .
{ ings And tores. benefit to the state for the northern end Mrs. Minor has returned to Tillman WILL J>PRACTICE' STATE AND Lesley <& Motlow < .-
of the canal to be completed, your com- after a visit of several days to Mrs. L. C. ,
'For prices, catalogue; and estimates, mittee recommend that they be granted Moore, at Erclldonne. f UNITED STATES COURTS. (Successors to LOSLEY RENAKER & CO.)

Address, an extension of time of at least four Q. Gibson made a trip in his sailboatto -
1JZ '.1. W. JEROME, years In which to complete the work. Melbourne and Wabaitso, the early Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies Rums, Gins and Wbisj
Rockledge: Fla. "Very respectfully, II. W. FULLER, part of the week, buying furniture and ABSTRACTS of Title Furnishedfor .
"On the part of the Senate. provisions. -- Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout. -
"J. N. WHITNKH: Lands In Bward and Dade
".I. II. HAKP, A First-class Line of Cigars. *** Billiard and Pool Tab
.; The Anhen er-Busch Brewing Asso'ion.Famous "On the part of the House." Eau Gallie. Counties.
Famlly-and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attentl.on given to .
+? '" 8t. Louts Keg and Bottled Beer. In the Senate Mr. Galllard Introduceda ordf,.... Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Titusville.
bill legalizing an election and Issue of Whew! 910 In the shade. We have List
Hold by Menu.Lonley Jt: Motlow, Tltunvllle Fla. a large
By Mr.J. 1>.Cr hb, Crams Kla. bonds In the city'of St. Augustine for about
By Mr. W.J.Tucker, "unl'lerce, Fla. the erection of an electric light plant. Bean shipments are over. of Lands owned' by .
On his motion the rules were waived The schooner' Olivette was here Saturday .

t ...JOSEPH ZAPF... and the bill was read a second and thirdtime loading lumber. ourselves and clients.
and passed-20 to 1-and Immedi-
ately certified to the House, where under Horse-flies I are a little slow in coming ANTICIPATIONOf
Wholesale Beer and Liquors the waiving of the rules, it was this year, but they are beginning to ar Price for unimproved
and rive. a feast in smooth, rich and fine]
Well? passed ordered enrolled for signa
Bay Street, tures. The Ladles' Guild gave an Ice cream lands $3 to $100 cream during the Summer months, as

JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. In the Senate a new bill was Intro- festival, Tuesday afternoon. at the residence as other frapped dainties, Is yours when j
+ duced by Mr. Same, to amend the Laws of Mrs..Nesbltt. '. per acre.WE secure a freezer from our stock. We
of Florida regulating the means and
methods of catching fish in the waters Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins, of' Tituiville, ail them in all sizes and all prices, and mn

Southern Home of the East Coast of Florida. visited the family of her brother; G. F. have a few Residence, Orange '/ e invested in one will return you more pI{

1'ra Mr. Galllard's bill to extend the time Paddlson, from Saturday till Tuesday, Grove and Pineapple Properties in desirable I ; ure and comfort during the heated tl
for completing the canal of the Florida leaving for points south. 1
Mocking Bird Food Coast Line Canal & Transportation Co.. locations. Prices Reasonable. x than the same amount invested in anytli
The steamer Silver King took a pleasant I N' else.TJ.'t'Us'V'J.1.1.e.
and to preserve and continue the grantof little excursion party to Tropic \'
; ; i' f 25cts Ib.5lbs. land to aid in Its construction, was The Merrill .z
per Tuesday. family were passengers OFFICESI I TITUSVILLE : ,:
20 to 0.
passed c .
the
on return trip. } and MIAMI. .c
for $1.00 Mr. Willis' bill to amend section 2 of -
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y n chapter 4214, Laws of Florida, being an W. R. Harris left for Daytona Monday II
Fresh Every Day. act to better protect the oyster beds of where be will engage in building JAS. PEITCHAED & SON
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this state 30 1803 new cottages in that thriving little town. ,
approved May was
ti Manufactured by read the second time, and excited a His family.will follow shortly. East Coast Meat MarketG.

;, r HENRY R. THOMAS lively parliamentary battle between Mr. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Merrill and Mr. F1.a.

L La Willis and Judge Griggs over amend and Mrs. Chas. B. Merrill, returned to F. DUREN, Agent.
Villa
_ Pharmacy,
menta offered by the latter. Judge
Kansas City, Mo., on Tuesday, having
J Cor. Adams and Madison Sts., Griggs carried the day, as all the amendments closed their beautiful home at Tropic EJ CD:: ESTABLISHED 1875.wm. .
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. seek to limit the time for taking for the summer. _._ C)

oysters reckless and and unwise protect destruction.the bivalves from Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pomeroy removed a : : .. ._ ::SO-C-eS: &;, c

here from Ankona last week, and are occupying C-)... .
DR. E. H ARMSTRONG the Smith cottage on Highlandavenue. AND
BREVARD COUNTY COURT.The Mr. Pomeroy is now in chargeof wp.. GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS FERTILIZE

: the Spartan grocery. -
OPTXOXAN above 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
court convened at Tltus
The schooner Queen was here the first Cb .
ii." ,. vllle on Monday, Judge D. L. Gaulden of the week, leaving Tuesday for Nassau. A We handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of

M.presiding Goldsmith; with In attendance.Piosrcutlng Attorney She brought a cargo of oil consigned to -C'-2 Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright]
G. F. Paddlson, which was distributed y dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
!.'" for There trial were this not occasion a. great many and cases up at various points! along the river. -'" -C'-2 S=3 Star Brand Fertilizers-Guaranteed Analysis,Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer Fare On
t. @ on the following Titusville: Florida.MRS. Bone Nitrate Soda, Muriate of Potash Sulphate Potash, Kalnit etc. These fertilizers hid
are the principal ones: Mrs. Geo. G. Gleason went by rail to superior in the market,and a trial will convince. Send for catdogne free.
The first case heard was the State of West Palm Beach, last Thursday, returning ,
.I i,' Florida vs. James Ryan, aggravated assault on the launch Eau Gallie, which ,
Fined $:!;) and costs. carried the Canal Investigating committee I
fi'I'' ME SPECIALIST. State of Florida vs. James Parker accessory to Miami. W. U. H. Gleason, who DEISNER'S BOARDING HOUSE, 4 The "Ideal Hat Fastener."
; to the above assault. Nolle had been to Lemon City on business, also c.ks .
pi'ossed. returned on the launch. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
j..l Slate of Florida vs. Charles Keel, lar <<
John W. Wynn, one of Tropic's fore- .t Bicy.clistswill find it a Bo
Pleaded
; '. Permanently located In the City of ceny. guilty. Sentenced to most bean growers, left here Tuesday,
one day's Imprisonment, defendant having the his Board and Room One Dollar Per Day.
Jacksonville the round to spend summer at boyhood
year carrying ,
le d been kept In prison several weeks The most useful and salable invention out. No hat pins required for hat
home Mount N. C. Mr.
Rocky Wynn,
i the largest and most Complete Optical awaiting his trial. bonnets.
:- ; Stock South. A scientific and careful State of Florida vs. William Tolmer, we regret to say, will visit Jamaica in Great inducements to agents. Quick sales and large profits Send for pal
the fall, and if the locality pleases him, When in need of White and Rye Bread, I
? tost made before fitting glasses charged with fraudulently appropriating" ulars and circulrrs. Address, "I. II. F, No. 700 South Pryor St.,
will make that verdant isle his future Pies, Cakes, etc., go to Mrs. Deisner'eCity
a the of Frank attention Atlanta, Ga.|
property WPrompt given.
gun
y 1. Office and Salesroom N., E. corner of Sentenced to six months' hard labor Del'1Je'l, home. We can't spare such ,good: men Bakery. Yachts, boarding houses,

'Day A Laura Sts., at Clark's Drug atorc.I State of Florida vs. Henry Titus, assault as John' Wynn, and hope he will change hotels and families supplied.
his plans) and return to Indian River.
and battery. Dismissed on pay- !
ment of costs. Mrs. Gilbert, Miss M. Grace Gilbert,
For Sale. State of Florida vs. Henry Bariiwell, i and Walter B. Gilbert were passengers Chance -of a Life Time !I
receiving stolen goods. Verdict not on Tuesday's train, leaving for Dayton, :, ( HEAR}( & TAYLOR,
guilty. Ohio, their former home, where they
.. At Daytona, Fla., five and ten acre State of Florida vs. Dora Moore, larceny will spend tho summer. This pleasant ci! -
t 'Mote choice vegetable and orange lands Not guilty. family will be very much missed, being ; Artesian Well
t / ,Cheap for cash, 'or will make liberal State of Florida\ vs. I. Jenkins larceny. ever foremost in Eau Gallle s social 1J' ; II .A magnificent property will be sold at a.|
erm8. Address, Jury brought; in a verdict of not guilty. plel\sures,8nd rendering valuable assist i i CONTRACTORS
i, ,,I; t'OUHTLAXn IlUCKMAX, State of Florida vs. Willie Roper, des- ance In furthering church work in St. ,
{ 22 Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. sertlon of wife and child. Dischargedon John's parish. Their many friends wish HvL'W' )
i payment of costs and promising to them a pleasant summer aud a speedy Ban Gallle, Fla.
amend his ways. return. I GENUINE BARGAIN. I'I.

"Snin Perkins is Dyeing." State of Florida vs. Van Worley, aggravated __ __ ___ _u __u_ _
assault. Nolle prossed
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Gentlemen's clothing Cleaned, pressed Court; adjourned this Wednesday, Y still I. .
1 and repaired Dyeing in all Its branches. May 10th. PREMIUM SALE ; con it of Grove In as fine condition as any on Indian River

F' Old: clothing? '!/ made to look equal to new. es. a six room Cottage, large Cistern, and the finest Faclj

I All orders by mall or express ;promptlyattended I Bovine. House In Brevard County.

t i?t I ,'Satisfaction to.guaranteed.' Prices low. Work good. t 18cts, TO-DAY and next E. &FRIDAY-two W. COLLARS days-ALL Styles I Qe Situated about raid-way between Rockledge and Cocoa; Convenient to I ICEurches
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Stores etc. of both.
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y i ; .SAM PEUKINS, Cleaner and Dyer, ,
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II 'rt Tltuuvllle, }'Ia.l' D. J, Stewart has purchased the dog For further particulars! apply
: 10 years in Sanford, Fla. cart formerly owned by 'Gene Kinlard. 30-inch Percales, variety of patterns... . Sic toWALTER GOODYEAR,
THOMSON'S Glove Fitting Corsets . .coc.
Mr. and Mrs. Waite and three little Ladies' Summer Undervests, Sc., 6 for.. .50c. Dept. A., 3 to 7 W. 20th St.,
daughters of Pineda visitors "
were pleasant -
Ladles' Stock Collars, worth Jo..25c.: / New York,
Reading! notice ads. on this page on the ridge last Sunday
are live cents line week. CHAS. A. GARDNER (Successor to Gardner & Walker
; per per MUs Bessie Houston, of Eau Gallle, ) .._- .
has been spending the week at the Tltusvllle, Fla. I'
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homes of Fred Houston and B. J. Stew When in JACKSONVILLE
art, THE CLYD 1
fir .FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. Visit rw- ;
/ J. II. Wynn, of Tropic, was a recent "
I visitor ,to this place. lie attended the GAY. BROTHERS The fln'elt SALOON in the South. t
,i t "[From our Special Correspondent)] plcnlo and bid his friends adieu ere leav. ,
lag for his Carolina home, where tye expects .
pt to remain some time.Thursday The best liquors that money can lof D H
r TAI.UAUASBEK, FLA., May 10, 00.
'" the 4th Inst., was a nice Palatka Florida. GROCERS.
.,. :Mr. Fuller, chairman of the joint com- day, and over 75 people came from Cocoa .. all the favorite brands constantly on hand. I aa

,f mlttee to visit and investigate the Flor- Bahla, Pineda, Ilanyan, Tropic, EauGallie :: Merchants' Lunch from 11 a. m. to 2 Be| 1
p. m., 15c., with bottle of Export
Line Canal and Melbourne Ilunterville and Bovine
II vida Coast Transportation We make a Special Feature of our
I ... 'Company, has submitted the following to go out to Lake Washington fora SMITH & MUNCH, Proprietor]
ill 11 I report to President Adams of the Senate: picnic. The first thing! on the pro. 1e
"Sir:) : Your joint committee to visit gram In connection with this grand and Mail Order Departments
and Investigate the Florida Coast Line pleasant event was the dinner, which ,
aurwtiED
: f Canal and Transportation Company beg was served about noon, and all of the _
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,i I' "That they examined the canal carefully seen on the tables. Plenty of fish and CHEAP, families can send us their orders with the assurance of having them tilled ,
l'' i I and found It in about the same con- lemonade were on hand. After dinner promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satisfactory. ,... )1
: dltion. 'as reported by the committee came the horse racing, which was enjoy We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House In East Florida, and ha/e eeeeaJewelry Diamoix tllx
4 4 ilrom- this body who examined It two ed by most of those present The horsesof many articles not usually found In other and smaller houses ,
t .years ago, with the exceptions that since 'Gene Kinlard, B. J. Stewart and Mr. SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST.
that time some dredging baa been done Covar made extra good time. The day Souvenirs Wedding Rings tat Wj t
In Uiscayne Bay and the cut completed closed with an entertainment at the S, r., } ,
between Indian River and Lake Worth. Schoolhouse by the school children.
"Your committee found on going The following programme was prepared: E. WADDELL 4 y? EWEI& FIE WiTCH ud JEWELRY EEPW
1 I through this cut that the sand hadwashed Lord's Prayer, roll call' song, America; S
Into the channel at the south recitation, Smallest Grade, Kelsey Hen- ILYERWfAR A SPECIALTY.
mouth of the cut, until there was only del son; They ask me why I am so bad, Miami' City and Dade County -
,fl,{ 1 .from three to four feet of water How. Roy tuelllocjt, Too Late, Sadie:) Snell; Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one'>ay. R. J. RIGB5'J

ever, the canal company had one of their We Bin FIshiu'James Henderson; Df- 225 W, St. JACKSONVILLE, t
dredge boats at work at this place and In vare of de Vldders, Sum:) Stewart; song, Real Estate Bureau. Bay ,

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I dredged out to the original depth goblins will Jet you, Enda Snell; song, ---

nnd certain work done to prevent the Jesus Loves Me, by school; Don't, LeonC. A Select List of BAT 8ISCATME PROPERTY City Lots Fruit and Yegetable
q sand from washing back Into the chan Stewart; song, Edna Snell:) ; Tinke, JOE
t DeL Tlnke, Grace Houston; The Turkey, Tracts of all sizes for Iniestments Phosphate and Orange Groie Lands on PRINTING
"There was another shallow\ place atthe Reid Stewart; Never be late' to school, .
I 1 1 / mouth of the cut, between Mosquito Clara! Houston; Instrumental pieoo, Sadie West Coast. __
} t Inlet and Indian River, also a shallow Snell; Heathen Chinee. Roy Such; song, For Correspondence enclose stamps. Agent for OF ALL KINDSPRINTING
at the south end of Lake Worth, Gather at the River, school. tie!
l tlaoe before entering the forty-mile cut The time of our school has" been lengthened ARMOUR & CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS, Executed at theADVOCATE
] Lake Worth and IMscayne Hay. one month wore than at first was Fertilizers Chicago, 111. Chicago, IlL
i These shallow places evidently wereI given us. Avenue D, over Bank, MIAMI FLORIDA. :
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