Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: May 19, 1899
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Indian River City
Coordinates: 28.5597205 x -80.7992207 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071722
oclc - 34175702
notis - AKR0021
lccn - sn 96027114
System ID: UF00075918:00020
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS, -BOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc.-a nice assortment F. W. BEERS, OF ST. AUGUSTINE, Bishop W. Crane Gray, of Orlando, I'I I MARRIAGES. !

at Screven's Drug Store Fla., has the largest line of Bicyclesand was in town from. Tuesday until Wed AMONG THE HOTEL <<
;b Topics of General Interest. Titusville. Sundries in the State. Write him nesday. 1'1
dad for prices on new 'DO models. I'upwortli'ltohlnnon. WIIKIIR to RtOP.- ; list of hotels on !i.
Judge D. I.. Gaulden has been enjoy Sib
0le, Joelelland, General Gossip in connection -Mr.( Harry Watton, of Clifton, was ing a few days' visit In Tallahassee this Carla are out announcing the coming our 7th and pages ::

rlthBi.cayne Bay Lake Worth, Indian, In town a day or so this week. Attorney C. T. Me Carty, of Ankon.n, week marriage of Miss June Lowrv Robinson The At1\"ocAn: Is now on file at all

Binsn* and Halifax: Hirers Key Went -Col.\ W. G. Winans, one of Eden's was In town a short while yesterday Archdeacon U. F. Brown will\ hold the accomplished) and only daughter ofMr. the best hotels In New York city. i'
( and Fi. 'i
Other Important Points along the prominent Mis. Men Itt Robinson, of
and,u Count of Florida. Brief mention of to town.pineapple growers, has returned -W. R. Knox Informs us that he will services at EMU Gallle on Sunday next- Sanford, to Mr.( harry Mflton Papworth, Illustrated folders. of the tine East '

lid Event from Various Parts have some delicious Ice cream for sale at morning and, evening.Rev. / now of New York, but formerly ft well- Const hotels, etc., to bo given away, free, ,If

Iiterntln World I About People Yon Know -Do not fall to read the advt of Mc- his stand In the puck on Sunday after J. F. O'Boyle and Sheriff Jon. known and prominent tesldent of San at tho ADVOCATK oflice. Send two-cent ,;'

f the People You Don't Know Picked Timmins & Fitch, of Jacksonville, on noon. P. Brown and wife left here, yesterday, ford. The ceremony will take place at stamp to pay postage. \ 1

lad by our Society Editor and a large staff our 4th page. Judge; E. K. Forster, of Gainesville\ for Rockledge, on a short visit. the Church of the Holy Cross, Sanfordat Manager Fred Storry has boon enter '
.r.p correnpondents scattered along the -Capt Matheson\ left here yesterday, was in town a day or so this "week having -Mr. W. J. Tucker, of Fort Pierce, noon will Wednesday officiate.Mr. May :24. Bishop taining President McKinley and wife t,

t list CO.lt of Florida. for Eau Gallic, where he went to take had some law matters to attend to before who has been attending the Confederato Gray this week, at the Homestead, Hot I
CU charge of the steamer St. Sebastian.Do Judgo M. S. Jones. Veterans' Reunion at Charleston, arrived Pnpworth, who was a former partner Springs: Va. Mr. Stcrry Is I certainly A t
In the firm of W. J. 11111 A Co., Is
THE ADVOCATE, you want to go to Jamaica, West -Mr. C. D. Provost, of Lotus, was a In town last night, and expects to. leave well-known In Tltusvillo and other good at entertaining c

annum, In advance. Indies ?' If you do, read the ad. of Geo. passenger on Wednesday's southbound for homo today.Misses places along Indian River, where ho has Mr. James P. Vlnln${, of tho Colonnades t

m.pl $1.50$1.00 per" six months, '. Loutrel Lucas on 4th page. train, en route home from a trip to Sao Aline and Daisy Brady, the many friends who will wish him every Seabreeze, has opened Hotel Grey- I

i t countries.If Matoo and other points. charming daughters of our town merchant joy in advance. The bilde-to-tx Is also lock, Wllllamstown, Mass., for the sea
$2.00 per foreign -Mr. Henry M. Flagler was one of the
Mr. E. L. a popular lady whom wo son. As heretofore the outlook for a
pall-bearers at the funeral of Ex-Gover -Take notice of the Insurance ad. of Brady, are expected very young
home from DeLand where know personally.We prosperous season Is said to bo excellent. ;
-If want good results, you will nor Roswell P. Flower, in New York, C. S. Schuyler, of this place, on page 8, Tuesday Invitation
I fad the you ADVOCATE an excellent ..advertiiing the first of the week. who Is always ready to attend to the insuring they have been attending Stetson University acknowledge receipt of an Mr. Sldnoyllalgh former manager of
the past winter 'v to Attend wedding. Hotel Colonnades Seabreeze
of your residences and other ; and Hotel }
-Mr. Fred Morgan, chief clerk in the buildings.Mr. -Miss Myra Williams of Rockled o Travelers, Jacksonville! Is now at Pablo I
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notice ads. ten centsper law office of Robbins & Graham of this
'w Reading are Martial Agnln. Beach as of Hotel Pubo.) Mr.
was a recent visitor to Tltusvllle. She manager
place was the sick list last week A. D. Baldwin and family, who
this op
line on page. Ilalgh Is ably assisted by his
her to Winter Paik to attend
was on
way ,
about and' last
are the first to arrive to
but is all right now. Informations has been received at the and energetic wife.
Scobie of this place is leave for the months the closing exercises at Rollins .
Geo. W. Rockledge summer ,
-Mr. ADVOCATE lce that Mrs. Marlon Vance
riding a new Victor bicycle.Mr. -Marx Bros., those well known Bay have returned to their hem in New College, where we have no doubt shin .1 the popular and well-known proprietress, Manager Chas. A. Merritt, of Hotel
street (Jacksonville) produce merchants was gladly welcomed by her i Placlde 1
Haven, Conn. many of Hotel Ormond has taken Jacksonville, now has his restaurant
Chas. Nauman of the Uaulover, said be Friends. Coquina, un-
are to securing,: a fine business running In first-class order and
pleasant caller at this office on connection throughout the state. -Senator S. Pasco has the thanks of to herself another husband, the lucky i
Casa It Is already meeting with tho general
the ADVOCATE for bound volumes of -Capt. S. A. Bravo, the Irrepressible one being Mr. Albert William Green, a
)Ion day. -Dr. D. M. Burgess! who has been Message and Documents of Interior steamboat commander of Miami, has young man of sterling good qualities and approbation of the traveling public. Mr.,

i -The lady whp sent the'beautiful spending some time at Miami( passed Department," "Commerce and Navigation been In Jacksonville this week, with the a retired merchant, who has spent many Merrltt Is a caterer of no mean order;
. I bouquet of flowers to this office has the through here, Saturday, saying he was of the United States," etc. steamer City of Key West, which he has winters In this slate. Tho wedding took and) his reputation Is said to bo excellentIn

thanks of the ADVOCATE.Mr. on his way to Hot Springs, Va., and New had hauled out for repairs lie left for place In New York on Wednesday, tho Now York city.

Tom Paine after spending alE York for the summer. -Mr. Robt. C. Ileaton, one of Can Miami yesterday, on board the above 10th Inst., when the happy pair left on a Manager,: S. II Pock, of tho Plaza,
/ averal Club's jovial member, writes UK steamer, which will\ \ be put on her usual short wedding tour. Rico and old shoos Rocklodgo, who Is now In Michigan .
leek or two at the home of Judge M. S. -Mr. George I.. Lucas, owner of a that he will enjoy the summer monthsat ,
run. thrown after them for luck
good wheio his wife and
family joined a
Jones, left for St. Lucie on Tuesday. pineapple plantation at Eden, who Is in Beverley Farms Mans. Instead of In
and we are we wore not to week two will
present or his
ago, summerhouse
New York city, writes us that he expects -Quite a number of young people open
Boston. The ADVOCATE follows.
W. D. Bloxham In the festivities. At their
-Governor tho
the beach this week join present Arlington, rotoskev, Mich.,
to leave for the British Island of Jamaica went to K"inir up on
r Mr. W. D. Filer, of Lemon City, Abode Is 1 114 Harrison street Brick little earlier than usual this
(West Indies) to-moirow. -Capt. J. R. Anthony, of West! Palm Mr. Frank T. Budge's) launch, returning a season for
ht notary public for the state at large. Beach, who has been attending the Con home yesterday afternoon. Among those Church, N. J.J; but wo hope to have some I ho purpose of accommodating tho members

-Did anybody notice the bicycle cull -When advertisements are constantly federate Reunion, at Charleston, returned who went were Mr. and Mrs. Frank lice ready fur them on their return to of the Grand Army of time State of

.Won and general mix-up of those young changed they come in course of time to home on Tuesday Cllpt. Anthony Budge, Misses(\ Mildred Woodward, Bessie Orotund next season. They have the Michigan\ who will hold a ro-unlon at ;
l ladies last Saturday evening ? Lucky itfas have regular readers, and thus the forceof was a former resident of Titusville.Mr. \ and Sallie Hall and Kate Piltchard and best wishes of their blends fllr" Illlllt life Potoskoy on Juno ID\ 20 and 21,
each announcement is likely to be of connubial 1 bliss and prosperity In t
no worse. greatly increased. Charles Case, who has residedin Messrs, D. B. Prltchard and W. E. which the ADVOCATE beastly joins. The Globe hotel, Hendeisonvllle, N. c "

- -Mr.! and Mrs. Frank Budge and faml- Tltusvllle for many years, wished his Youngs.Mr. C., HO succcMftfully' managed by Mrs I': j

Ijcame in their launch from Miami, -Mr. and Mrs. Chas.; B. Merrill\ of friends good-bye on Wednesday evening, Robert Motlow, who Is keeping II. Low, of JnckHonvlllo\ last summer, i..

Monday,up on a visit to Capt. and Mrs. Kansas City, Mo., were passengers on and yesterday he boarded the early train, bachelor's hall, entertained Mis.\ Hawthorne Married T'U..nlllfl. will bo opened on May( :27th! under tho
James Pritchard. Friday's northbound train, en route en route to Jacksonville, Macon, Atlanta Mrs. Annie Carlile\ and Miss management of Mrs K. Hudniill and
home from Tropic, where they have been and other points.Mr. Edna Carllle, all of East Mlmo( yester At noon on Tuesday, the Rev. F. J. i'M rM. P. H. Love The house has boon ,(j
Bo -Last Friday and Saturday were warm spendint; the winter.Mr. day. The Indies dined with Mr.( Mot. 0' Ullylo united In tho bonds of holy matrimony much Improved by tho owner, Mr. 0. E.
the wind to the Ed. L. Bradbury, of Webb'sMills Mr. Minor Stnntleld Jones, jr. Wilson who has hail It '
days, but since changed of of the low and we learn that the way In whichhe enlarged, newly
A. Lapham, owner one N. Y., who ban been upending,: the
sOutheast, the weather has been much dished the good things would have and Miss Cora Brown. The wedding furnished and decorated throughout l
at finest dairy farms on the East Coast, was winter at Miami, arrived in town Saturday : up
cooler and more pleasant. alone done credit to the chief cook of a took place tit the residence of the bildo'ssister which makes It one of the finest and .
in town a couple of days or so this weekin visit Mr. W.. II. McFarland.
on a '
In Tltusvillo, before' several of the moHt comfortable hotels In North Carolina.
-Mr. J. O. Walton left here last Mon- the interest of his business. We ac- His health has Improved very much during first class hotel. We asked Mr. Motlow
pa relatives the and
) contracting parties Mrs. Lovo Informs the ADVOCATKthat
bachelor's and he said
how ho liked life.
for Jacksonville and Atlanta. At a pleasant call. time he has been In
day, knowledge the short town.
of friend The bride
he rather liked itbut to look at his mol- H couple wore a she will run tho Wilson cottage In
7a, !the friends latter from place New he York.expected to. meet some -Editor Guy I. Metcalf, of West Palm -Dr. and Mrs. Chas. Hill, after spend. nhcholy countenance as he travels between blue silk costume, til mined wUh\ white connection with tho Globe i;

Beach, was a passenger on Sunday's ing several months at Indianola, passed his place of business and home In satin and lace, while the groom was lit- The Indian River Hotel at Tltusvtllo I l

- -Mrs.! S. II. IIappersett and children, southbound train, en route home from a through Tltusvllle, Tuesday, en route to South Tltusvillo, does not quite bear tired In brown traveling suit. has had painters decorators and

of {West Palm Beach, passed through Ti trip to Gainesville, where he attendedthe their home in Scranton, Pa. They havea out his words. After tho nuptials tho' happy pair left steadily at work for I ho gardeners u
tusville Urbana 0. Grand of the Knightsof Indian on a wedding tour to Flint; (ia., and past
Monday, eu route to Lodge meeting host of lends on River who month tho and
or so, getting buildings
spend the summer with relatives.The Pythias.Mrs. are always glad to welcome them., places In Tennessee, the ,groom's mother Into tho /
Slaughter.For and sister accompanying thorn ns far as / Hhana for summer t
last meeting of St. Gabriel's II. U. Jones, after spending Mr.U.| J. Riles, the prominent jewelerof Georgia./ They are expected homo about guests Proprietor Bast has added to the i

Guild will be I held at the residence of several weeks in town with herdatigliter, Wet Bay street, Jacksonville, was the next ton days summer dress tho flint of''Juno, when they will\ reside lobby, for tho benefit of his guests' tho

)[111. T. T. Wetmore, today, and all are i Mrs. WIlL M. Brown, left for her homeat elected Supreme ReprcHcntatlvo of this goods at your own price. rCnAS. at the Feaster cottage, In Nurth Titus- new Century Dictionary, ('yclopodllInll
cordially invited. There will be ice New' llaitford, Conn., on Saturday domain, by the Graqil Lodge of Knights A. GAIIDXRKTltusvllle villo, which has boon recently purchasedby atlas, prepared under tho fciipoilntcn-
cream and cake for all. last. Many I of her friends were at the of Pythias, who recently met at Gaines Fla. tho groom, who nude; Ra I present to dense of William Dwight/ Whitney, Ph.
btatlon to bid her adieu. ville. The Supreme Lodge; will meet In his wlfo. I)., L. I.. I) Professor of Comparative
-Mr. J. P. Beckwith, of Jacksonville, Detroit, Mich., In August, 1000. Time Is the second of Philology and Sanskrit In Yulo University ,"
traffic manager of the Florida East Coast -Mr. Goo M. Robbins, who had been /groom son Judge '
Thoro 'are 10
Railway, passed through here, Tuesday spending a few days in Key West, attend -Mr John B. Russell, jr., of Hartford, Our Circuit Judge. M. S. Jones, of this place; and the bride bound I volumes, containing quarto/ each about N

last! on his way to Miami, where he will ing the sessions of the United States ConD.rltes us that he is now In Lees- Is a bright and charming young lady, ono thousand of Information. I

upend a few days. Court, returned to town on Saturday. burg,: Va., where the ADVOCATE (oh- Judge Minor S. Jones, of Tltusvlllr, whose parents reside at RocKlodgo. They are contained pages III a beautifully polished ,p
He was accompanied home by Mrs. Robbins lows. Mr. Russell upend his winters In received telegram from the Hou. Robt They are both very 'popular, and have and table stand combined
-Messrs. Chas. B; Sanders, of Indian- and family, who joined him at Miami Daytona, but his daughter, Mrs.( Harri McNatnee, speaker of the House of Representatives the best wishes of their numerous which case makes an attractive or addition to, I
olai; and Arthur Lapham, of Cocoa, were son-who formerly was one of Hartford's on Wednesday, to the effect friends on Indian River for a happy and
tho Col. W.
' arranged lobby
'ac among those who attended the im that Governor. D. moxham'' had that prosperous married life.
most popular society ladles-resides -
promptu dance given by the Titusville -The piece of wedding cake receivedat in Leesburg. day appointed him (Judge Jones) for They were the recipients of many vnl- G. WInans.pineapple who has left bin beautiful

to Social( Club on Monday night.Mr. the ADVOCATE office, from New York \ the term of six years as judge of the 7th uablo and useful wedding presents, a villa and plantation at Eden In
city, the first of the week, was of very -Have you seen the beautiful quilt, Judicial Circuit of Floilda. list of which will be published In our charge of his supoilntttfident, Prof. ?
T. Parsons, of DeLand, quality and much appreciated. made by the ladles of St. Gabriel'sGuild crowded Otto Jamnch ; will make his homo at tho
superior next issue rather
has been This will be very /gratifying news to our space being
attending to business for his 1 We are pleased to note that some of our which is being displayed at the Jones' lends throughoutthe this week. Indian River Hotel during the summer; I

company&M at various points along the I northern friends do not forget the pink clothing/ store of Mr. R. W. Rhodes, of Judge state and the many ADVOCATE j >Ins/thorn and while his friend, proprietor Bast,
Coast "
was a guest of the Tltusvlllo i takes a trip to North Georgia to look af. '
It Is and
this place. a beauty, people
t., .Social Club, at their Impromptu dance paper.Mr. should waste no time In taking a chance in tendering hearty congratulations. :Married, on Wednesday evening, by ter his mountain land holdings that
y given in the Opera house Monday eve. Geo. F. Miles\ general managerof it as it is only 10 cents. -- ---- County Attorney M. Goldsmith, at his have greatly Increased In value by tho
ning. s ,the East Coast Canal Company, on Fourth of.July Celebration.At office In Tltusvllle, Jerry M. Griffith, advent of a railroad, he will manage
from a trip to Washington, Philadelphia, Some people are more appreciativethan of Shiloh, to Miss Agnes M. Glass, of the hotel
I -Mr. James Harper, who has been filing New York and other places, has returnedto others, as the following extract ameeting held at the Board of Trade Kentucky. Several: friends were presentat

l : a vacancy for the F. E. C. Railway St. Augustine, occompanied by his from a letter sent here by a prominent Rooms, Tltiiavllle, last Friday evening the wedding to give them hearty con
Jibouth Jacksonville, arrived here Friday Mr. Miles\ will Jacksonville merchant : "The gratulations.Tliunvlllo.
wife. Ddme rumor says proves was unanimously decided to celebrate the Palmetto Piling Wanted.
J and left, next day for Eden, to relieve next the
from Rockledge of Florida ( ADVOCATE
steamboats --
another run his pink paper ) Fourth of July in this town. ------- -
railway employe. Really, winter. has many warm friends In Jacksonville, Wedne.
committee met H.M-UI Cluli.
*Harper is useful The Parties In to furnish :15 ,t
becoming quite a but the strong stand it took for position good
our new
!nun! Locke Clerk E. O. ; day evening/ when tho following were -
to the J, W. ,
above -Judge and foot palmetto piles, please write, statIng -
company. Taliaferro the .
Locke, Assistan'eDistrict Attorney II. II. senator ( ), many complimentary I present: Oeo. M. Bobbins, chairman; The members ot the above club gavean price F. O. B. Address 1
b -J: udge 11 J. S. Jones, who U again In Buckman, Marshal John F. Horr and editorials It has published In I Wm. M. Brown, Treasurer; Win. 11. Mc- Impromptu dance, Monday evening. F. W. LO.VO: ,
town, spent a week at his place'eat favor of our having the state capitol, I Is Farland U was decided to well the weather
or so who had been In atten- secretary. It was fairly attended
Miss Pillsbury, Chief Engineer: A.V. A, W. Ry.,
llf bt. Lucie, on his way from Dade dence at the United States Court at key worthy of much praise on the part of negotiate for a balooo ascension and being delightfully cool, and all who were Jacksonville Fla. .

County to Titusville. He says his orange West, passed through Titusville, Saturday our business men; parachute jump for the afternoon, and present report; an enjoyable time. !

ter The trees are In splendid condition. last.on their way home to Jackson During the past week or two our a circus and menagerie/ for the evening. 'here will probably another dance r.

judge has been having a straighter ville subscription clerk has sent out bills to The matter will he further discuss tonight.Tltuevtite'a. Tax Statement '
to road made to his place. those who are Indebted to us for the this evening/ the Board of Trade rooms. -

"Mrs, A. -Mr. Philip\ Walter, referee In bank ADVOCATE. To us It amounts to a deal Mr. Fred A. Lesley was around town Tannle Acid and Fiber Fac 3

- !nether' of Mr Barrelle Char esBKtoKenyoo e ruptcy, arrived In town, from Jacksonville of money In the aggregate, but to the with a subscription paper this week, and For the month of April, 1801), for tho ,
widrenleftheie l \ Monday. He came here In connect- subscriber It does not amount to three by the look of It, he seemed to have mot tory. taxes assessed and levied for the year
last week, for DeLand, with the bankruptcy proceedings of much $1(10,!( 1808 Sec. 83 4115 Law of Florida
rS accompanied Ion cents per week. A subscriber who can- with success, over ; having Chap. ,
td home by Mr. Kenyon, who return- Mr. Geo. W. Scobie, which came before not afford to pay this small sum must being pledged by our townspeople to de- The above factory Is now In full owing, :

''" have Saturday last. Mrs. Barrelle him at the law office of Messrs. Robbins really be hard up. If we do not hear fray the cost of the festivities on the and the men aro putting In full time. Taxes Collected! t Yelio be Collected.
'". charge of the children, until & Graham, on Monday evening. We acknowledge from those who have received bills with Fourth. Quite a Urge force is employed at this Gen'l fundJilOI.87 3,673.W:

11 at Long Kenyon Island leaves for his father's home, a pleasant call from Mr. Wal in the next two weeks, we will take It There will be another meeting In con- factory, and we loam that It will\ soon School fund, 2107.23 3,761,411F.

N.Y. ter. for ,granted: that they do not need the nection with this grand coming/ event be Increased. A few more such factories & 1". fund, 421.44 '7 ::6.IO':

'- ADVOCATE, and their names will be erps d to-night/ when everybody is Invited to In town would add considerably Polls, 204.00 7BX! )

El: )Pty Sugar and Rice Barrels TRAVELING SALESMEN ANTED.Good from our mailing,: lint. Like any other attend. to Tltusvllle's prosperity Road fund, 1WI.3.J& : 2J./ .S'D

energetic men earn large salaries business, this office cannot be success
For sale. Address-, selling,{ our fruit trees and plant Address fully run on wind. It is the cash that Snvel\loney1J)' Sending for Your In the liankruptoy Court. Total am't collected. *:2A,88..tHYet : )
I to be collected > 11133.01
WALTER the Farm Orchard Nurseries, counts. Groceries to the Magnolia -

8 George St., Charleston ES. C. Glen St. Mary, Fla. H-3t Great Dnr ain. Grocery Co., Jackson/ )fro Chu. K. Kenyon, of this place, A. A. STKWAHT Clerk, ,
vide, Florida. filed a voluntary petition In bankruptcy I y

S, A who wants to buy a lands of -Peters deceased at the United States Court, at Jacksonville
tare Chance. subscriber The Joseph ,
Any "
and berth In- 11.00 on Tuesday. The cane came before The "Advocate.
round-trip ticket, meals situated on the east side of Indian River, 19-lbs. granulated sugar. _. '
I have Line would do 20-1bs. white C . 1.00 Mr. Philip Walter, referee In bankruptcy, -r
a the Clyde Jensen of
catboat. long, In good cluded over opposite consisting some (1) "
at the office of Messrs. Bobbins and The INDIAN UIVEII ADVOCATE Is
tonditloc of the ADVOCATE 12-lbs. coffee. ., 1.00/ : on
editor cleared
that I will exchange for a well\o write the acres, with 15 acres and In good green '
one Graham, Tltusvllle, on Monday evening/ sale at the following news-stands at five .
Fla. for price. We al- for cultivation with U.UI. Arbuckle's coffee . 1.00 ,
nogs or good cow. Address: Titusville, condition several "
The Jegal ad. la connection' with this
SAM NORTON, have a round-trip ticket over the Mallory buildings, Is In my hands for sale. I). 8. bacon, per pound .0} cast cents per copy !
so will be found on our sth Titusville Fred S, Chaffee.
Brunswick and >ew Breakfast bacon .IJ and .lU page -
Titusville,.Fla Line, between This land has rented annually for the 11
York for sale. past ten years at from $500 to $*00 net; /Shoulder, II . ,,'J. i J. B. Screven.
For cash. Can give perfect titles. One of Picnic loam . .6* TlttiHville Laundry. Jacksonville-Windsor hotel

Sale-New Furniture, the best places on Indian River. The Best ham. . .' ,10 -

For Sale, cold last winter and In former years did 10-lbs. butterlne . . 1.40 Mr. Geo. Cook, of Titusville, Is now =r A* an advertising medium'; n> r

ties.secondhand prices, In any quantlW very little or no damage. Apply at once Write for prices on other groceries. prepared to do laundry work of every paper on the East Coast van beat the i

slips and suckers, five varieties and get a bargain.D. Goods delivered to depot in Jacksonville description. All work guaranteed.Leave ADVOCATE. Give us a trial advt.
L. E. CAJIPBEIX, Pineapple delivery. Enquire oft L. GAULDKST: MAGNOLIA UUOCKIIV Co., your washing at O. F. Duren's and be convinced of the pink paper'. ,

"JJellevue Melbourne," Fla. .f; July JAMES AXDBEWB, Eden, Fla. ',. Tltusvllle, Fla.H" Jacksonville; .'180 corner store, opposite ADVOCATE: office. worth.a 9.





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I'NUUJlUVY.tc ADVUi l.,ATh. MAY 19, 1899. .

23c. lb. by mall; ISc. expre orlrel
9. Pearl) or Cattail, per
MIlllU\ ,
= win 12.10: per bushel Kaffir best for hay,
I EDITOR AND HIS PASS. waa papered by a young woman SEEDS' *ht. German, Jerusalem corn, 20ct. per )b. by mail; IOcts
t hen the mao at the tall end will quite take the contract for such orders from white and red, also Ib.
L--- 20ct by mall
"wheie early orange; ,
t Well Man naturally ask, to YU'garl..m, \ Printer's Ink "stilkestbe nail on thelead" large: builders.One lb. by express ur freight.

Every ire I at." Commission houses almost young woma'D In Gotbam I I. employed lOct Ib. express or freight. bushel.
when Itsnys: Cbnfaa $3.50 per
Red I bushel.
handle the clerk In a drnj 11.50
; per
prefer Spanish,
inanlmously of an a prescription Peanut,
III beauties and charms andltor's
Hath His Day. varieties. There IsI One of the .
(punish to the fancy life ls his deadheading U oil all tore. Seed Corn in variety.
demand for the lied Spanish I hundred girls are em market prices.
, examination general who baa ever feasted About three Cow Peas,
No one
doctor's Kcanlons.
' A to eat I I
mouths In Net
thousand trade
a the harness price list
m there are of tbat blUs can begin U ployed In Write for
might show that kidneys, ted Spanish where there Is one to eat I..n the sweets of Its happiness. He York.I L. CAMERON Seedsman,
Cay* take In the glory
liver and stomach are normal, tbbakas or Cayennes. To plant each does $100 worth of advertising: for a ralj-) JACKSONVILLE, FLA,
and to have to re-set after consider It not only a pleasure but r a 125 East Bay St.,
mnen, Instead
cannot analyze road gets a "pas* for a year, tell abou
doctor afford
but the Is a luxury we can poorly ; duty I owe to my neighbor
then Is
crop and
to of cub, tides $1.S worth, wonderful effected In my cast
which these small scale "junt the cure JOIN MAR3
blood Is all right the It; Colic
upon dead-heso or ba of Chamberlain' ,
when It cornea down to looked upon as a by the timely use GEORG MARL
but 1
tare them; concert troupe Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. WaR
depend. leadbeat. He "puffs" a
organs business, we beg to be excused. taken badly with flux and procured irn
Hood' Sarsaparilla purifies, vitalize from two and one-third (30 worth, and gets $1 In complimentary a butt very e of this,remedy. A few doses of w1L, ti'
Last season
and enriches the blood. It cure you and Is thus "passed" free. II I tak
from tickets, effected permanent cure. In
received It a Dealer
we Wholesale ,
eeriomlyafflicted. Red Spanish,
when of
when "a bit off" or acres the Ball It crowded be U begrudged the pleasure in recommending It to other

It never disappoint iommlsslon merchants (2,020: ; this was for if his corn plimen- suffering from that dreadful disease.- PRODDCE.

DyspepsiaMy husband bad cured dyspepsia him.- iut-uf-door culture. We feel that we room he occupies, tickets the'troupe J. W. Lynch, Dorr, W. Va. This remedy GROCERIES, FRUIT AND .
and iluud'i Barsaparllla lades were paying and medicIne
the variety that goingo is sold by all druggist
and the baby adopted
was nervous He blows
little boy
Our )11.1. mark would be so.much in pocket. dealers.A and 8 Newman Street,
had ulcerous sores. It cured both. always hold Us own In the open 131 and 133 Ead Ray Street and 6
festival free to
church any
Pa. and a
KMMA Br. e. Portage, puffs
world. F1or:1c1n.:
Indigestion- could not eat for some eta of the article written by L. desired extent, and does the poster cargo: of parrots that arrived Ii tSaohcsoztvillo,
and indigestion. from an
month. Hood's on account:Kar"*p of.rllla distress! cured me*o tbat Bowers Quoting In the Fruit Trade Journal, printing at half rates, and sometime for Leitb, Scotland, was bought: up at once HOUSES IN THE CITY

I can eat and sleep ",elL" M RI. O.A.Iran, he "The SmootheCayenne Dotbing, and rarely gets a "thank you" by a firm of whiskey manufacturersThe ,. ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT ,
Del. find that says,
Walnut Sts., WilmIngton, ve
Taylor and of his duty a* "DrinlBlank'
It ItA a part to
favorite with the grower, For it. goes bird were taught cry
a2ifft a editor. lie does more gratuitously and were then distributed Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas;
of prickles on its tn whiskey for all\ kinds of
c7IUVdCa trl ecause the than al We are headquarter Grain and Feed. We want
to cultivate for the town and community in gilt cages to Liverpool saloon We also carry a full ]line of Hay,
eaves renders It very eaty guaranteed genuine. and will\ be pleased.
r put together, Give us a trial you
Ar rank wlt.bthe th4\, test of the population keepers. and Vegetables.
does not \ Oranges
but It
mod handle, Jacksonville\\ FIR.cr .
of the and gets cussed,for It all; while In many MARX BROTHERS, ,
nr.Mill run llrff. Ills ih. non IrrluUnn and ICed Spanish in the estimation,
<__My; CMTniftlitt"t" ; :> wl'h'Hoo d'I-B.ri.p.rlll&I IJA conlumt'lr.tI Instances the merchant who donates afrw If "out of sorts," cross and peevish : We only Sell to Dealers.
Fourth of July celebration Simmons Liver Medicine
and decisionsire dollars to a take Dr. II. A.
,. These kind of comments and life acquire
baseball club or church, U Cheerfulness; will return I
universal from those who area !
almost\ Oh it Is sucha new zest. & CC
remembered. E
to know what the trade demands gratefully : eS- BX-.TJU: ,
position os .
sweet Jhtng to be called an editor.
I inclined to accept ,their IJT -
Did trustworthy source of He passes "free" you know,
views as a more PERSONALITIES. an.d. Liquors: ,
Ideas.ICeiuarknblo. Wines: :
Information than those growing sucke s to some people's FLn.e:

for sale. ... Senator Platt of Key York ha an stir, 410V.. Bay St.,

Furthermore, I have been forced to llcfccue. enormous stock! of conundrums which JACKSONVILLE, .. FLA.

abandon the fancy business, or,else retire Mrs. Michael Curtain, Plainfield, 111., he originates himself I /IANIIA WIIITIH

the pineapple growing alto. makes: the statement, that she Caught Samuel R. Colla way, president of the s. "" ...-

from has it been cold, which settled! on her lungs; she Nickel Plate railroad, began work at a l ,,:':.::[:..,.. Aguinaldo 3Iay.Reco\
since .
gether. How long fr'a month by her family; mouth. --- with Dewey's and i Otis'
was treated salary of (8.83 a Ills reason
each ;:;:.::=
falling over her
lie told
were Ice
when people but worse. doctoring. Dewey'iis
physician, grew Charles is the first worn 1' judicious
Egyptian Queen victim of consumption Mary :. ;4" of bit
other" trying to buy that she was a hopeless architecture as .. reducing; the
6 fabulous prices; now \ and that no medicine could an in England to adopt .-x..:.-. head just as our' high grade and
suckers paying taken
she baa already
suggested D'. profession and will
Her druggist a Whiskey reduce -
do find being set 1? So 1 It cure her. pure Blum's Rye
how many yon King's New Discovery for consumption; many prizes r your cold, cough, grip, etc",
goes. The day of fads are always limit she bought a bottle and to her deligh Of all New York's millionaires Cor j when used properly. There I

ed, but'hog and hominy Is here to make found herself benefited from first dose nelins Vanderbilt i is said to be the most tat nothing like our fine Blum's pure
and the Red Spanish She continued its use and after taking crit- Whiskey preventing chills,
the cracker rejoice, sensitive to criticism particularly 3 Rye
and well E
found herself sound ; and this
Is here to outlive\ all of its six bottles ";: colds, grip: or pneumonia,
pineapple now does her own house work, and Is as iciem in print. I' is the kind of weather to use It

rivals It is a standard and on the well as she ever was. Free trial bottles Frank G. Logan of Chicago gave ._.,...

open markets (which is the real test) It of this great discovery at F. S. ChafTee's (35,000 to the Chicago Art institute as old, delivered to any part of the Statexpress !
and $1 bottle '" Blum's Pure Rye Whiskey, 7 years
50c ; every
Is preferred to all others; hence we drug note. Only u Christmas present. The money will for $3,20.
that we have made a wise choice In guaranteed. be used to build a library building.

selecting the Red Spanikh. If we can Congressman John Murray Mitchell -

hB* t better ourselves we are only I too willing WHAT A WOMAN CAN DO. of New York is a most enthusiastic

wbeelman. His bike is of the most expensive
to change our course
; MONEY IN PINEAPPLES. W. R HARDER. Nineteen women brave the dangers o( make,' as are all its acceriascluding r1!: GEORGE WASHINGTON INAM

in a $iOlaup
wilds and forest as trappers and guides HIS YOUTIIWent

I EDEN, FLA., May 16, l {):). You Can't Get Rested Only two women have,been discovered The when latest asked story if of he Lord contemplated Kitchener I is a oy into the lumber business ony' ,

Itirtr .Advocate.; Because That Feeling; Is not the result of who are veterinary surgeons.In tbat of the Sudan campaign! be a J, small scale by hewing down his father'
Editor Indian 1 he was too squar
the c.ntl"lLctfor but like us
clerl1..0. It 1% due to the unhealthycondition Texan, a woman has cherry tree,
I am very glad that Mr. Mott bears me of your blood. This vitalfluid carrying the mall from Kiffe to :Sellnal : .- swered: 'No, no. Do written let us a book!I"one 6 t. to make any misstatement about it. Yo thfatx
who has not % our'prices beingfairest
there b. nourishment to general always rely upon
out in the statement, that monoyf should give can
and muscle. But Hall. latest sensation of Paris is a for a fine quality of lumber, and tba
his letter nerve The
I. ,
'I in the pineapple business, an per every It cannot organ do this unless is rich and Georgia has a woman mall carrier; she Swiss Riant: Oonstautin byname, "i, the estimates that we give to builders an
in issue of the 5th tnst. Orlun- want to cure route triweekly.This young will be the best they can fin
s your pure. That Is what you travels a forty-mile who is amusing the audiences at contractors
do has always been prominent in growing Tired Jl'cellng-pure, rich blood.hood's farm. tall anywhere
;;; That young woman also manages a Folies Bcrgere. He is! over 8 feet ,
suckers of the fancy vaile- Sarsapurllla\ will\ \ help you "get/ BUILDERS SUPPLY CC,
slips and The Chamber of Commerce, Cincinnati and no weak iu the knees that he I can 'r-tiro
rested." It will\ give you pure, rid n
can testify, St. Augustine
ties as many of our growers aurant iu town; it walk.
blood, give you vigor and vitality and : has the best lea. I scarcely
who have In thoughtless moment paid brace you up so that you may feel wen is run by three Scotch women, and they Virgil N. Bakilnck. a native of Brazza

to thirty-live cents each foi tho coming summer. If! although Adriatic, and a member of
from twenty all through clear about (l.:>,000 yearly, iu the
plants. As I stated In a former letter, you have never tried Hood's Sarsaparilla their annual rental $5,000.In ; San: Francisco's police force, is a good
through the agony of fan- do so'now, and see how It energizes Latin and Greek scholar and speaks
we have gone whole sjsteni.My New Orleans one of the finest or-
cy things and have adopted the variety and vitalizes your chestras composed entirely of women I I English Russian, French, German ES.TAIU.ISHED 1880.

:r'a that has proven the best suited to out I Astoria L. I. many of the largest Italian and Spanish
notions of life are much the same In Francis McKinley;
soils\ and which is a money producing managed by women. It is related of Lumber Co.
all-otlieis. Weie we as they aro about traveling. There Is 1\ hothouses are great-uncle to the president, that when Bond: ,,
above is
Ctopfor us, f.tnc\ good deal of amusement'ot) the road,, ,In New York, a blacksmith's shop be was shot for participation in the

all to adopt the pUn of growing be at rest.Southey. .- managed by three young women. of 1798 he snatched the
would not b<> but, after all, one .wants to Irish uprising Manufacturers of and Dealers in
slips. and suckem, there All the salted almo'nds sold by one of: bandage from his eyes and himself gave

ti t purchasers One or two CIOPI\ of fruit Xew York's largest groceries are pre the command to tire. LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILIN

at the outside Is all that the Abbakas 01. SPRING TIHKD.VKSS Is different from parc.l'by a woman, who is conducting a Two of the most famous living ,

smooth Cayennes will\ boar before having the weariness caused by labor. ;The IlstIII ) profitable business thereby.A Scotsmen are, cripples-Lord Kelvin, and Scroll Sawing Also Veneered and Sawed Orange
while\ the Red Spanish cured by rest; the first requite a few Scotch scientist Mouldings, Turning ;
bo replanted, for living
.j to Hood's Sarsaparilla\\ to cuio it, fact foundry-or an agency sup who is the greatest and Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence.
will\\ yield from eight to twelve The bottles of subject at a short and Dr Jamex Macgregor of Edinbargb. Yards
plying upon any and Shingle Mills\ at Bonds Mills, on J., T. & K. W. R'y.
have tu who Is cold to be the greatest Saw, Planing
Abbakas and Smooth Cayenne's Is cured by of two Chlcag .
That distress after eating notice-Is the industry DeLand and Titusville.
{ bring a fancy price to justify thu expense Hood a pills. They do not gripe 25c.: damsels.I'acking. living.Scottish preacher.

of crowing. A limited supply nut trunks Is a St. Louis wo an'l'' William Allen Butler' the transcontinental

doubt'will\\ all\'a'IIIay, but suppose we The foolish and wicked practice of railway magnate, is tbe man
where and shearing is a vIceso Industry.The who, SO years ago Bud more created H. AI HODGES.
? were to ,all go to raising profane cursing most flourishing conservatory and Flora McFlimsey in ... """ ""-
famous """"r n "
would we find R market? They are n moan and low that every person of rose garden in Elmira, X. Y., Is owned tbe"Nothing once to Wear." He is now,a successful MANUFACTURER: OF

fruit that only the rich can altoid tobuy. sense and character detests and 'despise and managed by a woman. New York lawyer. .Cypress and Yellow Pine 'Lumber..
It is not thet ..
that Washington.
and we all know At the Young Women's Christian Association The three greatest living British soldiers frat

lich that consume-our pineapple, cro,.. .--- Philadelphia, two young wo are from the Green Island. Lord ROUGH AND DRESSED Orange Box Heads Fruit and Vegetable

any more than it Is the rich that con are iu charge of the elevators. Wolseley was born in Ireland, Lord Anyone contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges; or building heat
i of men of Florida would do well to write for prices. The saw mills\ are
same any other general crop. Some Women wrlt-serverb are employed will Roberts of Kandahar was born in India any part delivered to i apart
Bluff Palatka the J., T. K. W Ry. Lumber
and Kitchener of at Buffalo near on ,
Sound Lord
at Hobo < JOti Fla
fellow growers of Irish parentage Buffalo Bluff,
our great success. of the East Coast. Address: II. A. HODGES,
,' Lake Worth can readily testify as t.o Buffalo boasts a woman contractor Khartum was born in Conuty Kerry.

how fancy pines suffer when thrown I In: who Is also a quarry owner; she Is the James R. Keene is i said to be the most -. -

with the Ited Spanish. methodical men in New York lIe has JACKSONVILLE YAV.P
the Building
open competition} only feminine member of SAW AND PLANING MILLS,
100 crates of fancy Smooth/ Cayrnnes bit whole day laid out to tbe minute Pl\latka. 1"1... E. Bay St., Foot of CBhrn
P.laco .
remember at
beforeband and can
and 1000 crates of Red SlanlahJO: The- farmer who keeps Jersey City woman makes her llving \ outo long> tbe opening aud closing, highest COMPANY

to the crate tn any commission hous bees plants buckwheat by painting signs. and lowest quotations of even the most WILSON CYPRESS ,

together and I guarantee that the 1,00 I handy to the hives. lie understands The woman manager of a California\ obscure stock for auy day of aweek,

4 lied Spanish will bo Bold first, and com r' that to put flowers is credited with the Manufacturers of -
nsurance company previous.
rich in honey where the bee
r quite near bringing as much money per etTort an salary; paid to any woman-f 10XX ,- Qua
an get them with least means argest A Hopeleaa
\, crate as the fancy Cayennes. We hay increase! in the quantity and quality of ) ) a )ear. Fond Mother-Three years ago I gave Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath
and shipped them together amour garnered in the hives. bread by cobbling ,
grown the honey A woman makes her him a chain, sod, he's worn it out; two
have on an average pali+ It is on this principle that Dr. rierce'lGolden
i Rod Spanish and fro Medical Discovery increases the shoes, at Lewiston, Me. years ago 1 gave: him a diamond stud, I A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, thing

us the most money per crate, luantity and quality of the nutrition of The most successful ranch owner In and he lost i itnud last year I got bim lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cyp

ducntly our commission merchant ha\ ,he body. The ingredients of this medicine Kansas U a woman; not over 35: years of a watob, aud be broke it. Now what

written us. "do not ship any more Cay are selected to furnish the blood There is a proverb to the effect can I give that boy that will last mouldings of all patterns a specialty III
demand for them." and stomach with the essential materials ige. Jeweler Why pot try diamond earrings When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see
Abbakas no
interest no
canes or concentrated and hat In Kansas there Is no .
succeeded in selling all the plants of or hotly building, in a and no deal without ? .
nuke the conluions no trade -'
issjmllable\ form. They profession, Fond Mother-lie couldn't keep 7'
varieties and now tb."other and
these famous underhich the stomach
fellow" Is regiottlng the error of rgans of digestion and nutrition must In a Boston woman art two large advertising them. Ha pawned Weekly.wino four years ago.Jewelers' FOR $ :? 20.
and so reduce .
"suckers'hero work, as as possible
we found easy I firms being
his way, So long as strain and waste. As the strength of I igencles the members of both -

to buy the pineapplesockets) \ ) wijot lie body is reestablished disease is I women and all\ their employes wo -' Sent: to US by Express, postofflce order or New-York Exchange We

a ( along all light; but there Is alway thrown oil. It is due to this fact that men. Health, strength and nerve force foi- send you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID,

someone )left to hold the bag. I am not )Krrsons with weak lungs obstinate In a New England factory women are 'low the use of Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver FOUR FULL QUARTSOf
and other diseases, which Insure good digestion
but what the Orland\ + Medicine
undertaking to say I vhich if neglect;( lead to consumption, employed as piano makers. and assimilation.
people are doing the proper thing In ltd a complete cure by using "GoldenSledical switchmen women are employed bj' the Celebrated Sevett-Year-OJd

and long as the suekei' ."
their section so Discovery railroads
several western : the INDIAN RIVERXDVOCATK
business holds out, they will continue to mrbloutl"I>r. fierce'purifier!Golden that Medical I ever luevl.Pincovrry" "...,It.is Mr the. UphoMeilog U a trade women are Remember does that all kinds of job printing Calhoun Pure Whiske

do BO. There Is no competition In thel !.1, ttsrtrickufDcsuster,0swtgoCo.N.V." (Ilia at short notice. Send them an order Rye
dace health began to fall learning.
bunt three yeses my :
w business and ours. wag September I fare out entirely with what love letter at ao much per md be convinced that It 1* the place to .n I
to fill cansfruit he physicians prououuced euUrremeut of the. Willing haTe Job printing done. We Ihlp In I'LAIX PACKAGES, no marls to Indicate contents (which"III arnlawent. 'XI'ESSE'
We are growing iver, My back pained me all the U"'C'J' the doc.or letter Is one way of earning a livelihood .\ When you get It and test'. If It ** not satisfactory, return it at OUR ;' 11I&'
jars, and for the millions\\ of roouthi Mid [ must nut ride In fact could 1 oat not lie ride fashion expert Is a St.. tour M 20 11111 be cheerfully refunded. This Whiskey ti aa cood!: II any f3,00 good,to,tit W.
sot walk nor hardly ait Mill; onny Consulting clot at hand and can give you QUICKER DELIVERY than distant bou eIMNSIBILTTV J
that yearly consume our fruit, whll right aide. I.commenced. taking' the'Goldendedical Louts woman's occupation.One Pimple, boil and other humor' appear t_n doing bniinnw thi.city anti at the same stand for over 15 YEARS, and a to here'the our,
i. something fancy, tb< >locovc,, and felleu, took them.'torbreemonths.andatillcoottnuethe'Pruett Iwl11 establishment when the blood ,etalmpure. The best AND ItEPl.'T TIOX for honest dealing,we refer you to any merclumt
they lire growing flower Importing editor of thu'paperT
of the largest M. A. Simmons Liver
being derived be glad if I can MV anything to help these remedy
real source of their who are nulTctiuif." In New York I* managed Medicine. SOLOMON & LEVI
t :
r' not from the product of the crop, but The People a Common Sense Medical > a woman.,> 1928 & 1030 First Avenue,
of the crop, whereby Vdviser, a book containing icoS pages, In i.J.
business ,
from the suppression P. O. Box >, BIRMINGHAM
typewriting 33.
sell for th is given away by the author. 'Semi 31 The largest, rr- Subscriber,your attention i* drawnto o.
4 they produce suckers of In New York and conductedby namendd slip pasted (
)ne-cent stamps for expense mailing the world U the upon ExrJu:
r purpose of producing more suckers itlyt, for the edition in patter, cloth. two statorss.An your paper or wrapper, If you are ID P SY.NOTICE-R." but \0 pay Exfreu Charges to all pololl reached by "SOUTHERNool tay to porno '

This thing is, li\time, bound to find a tamp for the book bouOin entire block of houses in New" York arrears, please remit. 80utberu blre..Comp yIrm ttord other ExpresstCompany.

place where a halt will be necessary, and Vddrem. Dr, R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. .


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GJO.o1. GRAHAM RAM .. and Not Only IUr...... bet A*.. :
nOBBLNS'A tally Don*. Paahln.* How" DnmlnM'i. Hud I.H

i One of Detroit's citizens wbo I liven'on Prettiness !. !'".....

a fat salary and baa never yet considered While the search after children's WONT CURE CONSUMPTION

Orric* HOURS:-From p10mto 12 a. m., Old Running Sores the neci,,ity. cf providing against clothes may not involve fn many perplexing .
and 2 to 4 the
proverbial rainy day makes this difficulties it did some years

TTITSVILLK, Brevard Co., Florida. eon few I on to his intimate friends: ago, when pretty gowns were not 'so

t.0.$01,10 practice In aU the eoorts-aut and fed Itching, ScrachillgEczema "Toward the end of the warm Mason, abundantly supplied by the shops, it is The Slocum 'System is Needed.A .
11'111 I was pretty well used op and couclnd-
not a path of rows yet unless there are'
*?e L., |,|facilities for examining: : and perfect- ed to make one of thorn changes that
fefUnd titles amount to a rest. After considering numerous means behind the purchaser:
Curative Medicinal Treatment Founded Modern\
inviting poKRibilitiet I selected for the prices are well up In proportion

L. GAUL EN, the Omaha exposition. It was a splendid to the grown op gowns. Fashions for Scientific Truths is More Potent

D outing, but the chances of spending older dress! in miniature and with modification

ATTORNEY.AT.LAW, money were numerous, and I'm not. seem to apply making the Than Air Alone.

Will practice in all the Courts of the State Blood Poison good hand to keep track of uiy personal lending features of the modes so conspicnoui -

4 Florida and the United State Courts. accounts. Suddenly it dawned upon me that the really picturesquechild

235. that I bad just about enough to get is FREE TREATMENT FOR LUNG WEAKNESS.If
r.O.Box, TTTCSVILLE FLA. 1'"OlIaln.. no longer fashionable says the .
Money to Loan. ".IroreThroat.vwnhIri8 ,, ranlnw home with and began immediate preparations
K "", New York Snn in giving the following
Pu.tnlc.. aod l:1..ra: or the "kln for leaving though my desire
Btlfneaq or the among other details and llluitratiousi
"olnll !
Bone Pains. etc.Ulcers. ItheumaUaw to stay was increased by the fact that I The show elaborate those of our readers who reside in opment of this Treatment, therefore
Y GOLDSMITH, must! Ro."ThRt. I new gowns many an the most highly favored sections of title those who take it and give it a fair trial

I,l Iv. Scrofula evening I walked ont after touch in braiding, embroidery, country where the climate is healthyand certainly avail themselves! of all that

dinner lamenting: that I could nee no ruches aud frills tif ribbon, and then invigorating with a dry and tonic modern science and skill have to offer

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, for actual Suddenly there are tailor gowns all braided or atmosphere, will look about them, they for the cure of Consumption and all
Running Sore money except expenses. stitched made with clone fitting skirts, will see a greater lcas.-umber of their forms of wasting diseases.! .
Titnsville Florida. EyesAre I caw a bill just in front'' of me supplemented by a circular flounce. friends and neighbors dying of con' Dr. Slocum's faith in the efficacy of

eared by and sprang for it, the thought flashing Lightweight cloths are used for these sumption, while many others have his System of Treatment is so. strong,

J- BOTANIC BLOOD through jiiy mind that I was being specially gowns, while drap d'ete Scotch wool already been carried off by that dread and his Interest in the welfare of hUe.
J. WEBB (B. n. n. provided for. But a man dived manlty so that he will
T7 plaids,. poplins, velvets, velveteens and malady. great cheerfully
/ The Great Blood RC11Icd from the side and literally seized send his complete of TreatmentFour
.. '. upper corduroys 'ate all popular materials. These deaths have occurred from time System
A ATTORNEY -LMV, the monev from under mv hand. In mY The _.h._ velveteens lion ana finoand trt tints -amid...!... the...- rpfrratiincr.-..-.n prairie ( Preparations) "FREE to all sufferers .
new are no
Botanic Hinod Halm (H. n. B.) U a powerful disappointment 'I insisted that I had breezes of summer; in the fair and mellow !- who ask for it.
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th blood remedyand jet can be taken with come in such beautiful colors that
feet -6r. teen the bill first and that I was entitled days of autumn, and also in the dry
Taxes for safety by old and of
Circuit. paid nonresidentsand young. On account Its they arc very desirable. In brown with
rents and accounts collected. great' strength It cures wnen all else falls Other to at least half, but be laughed at and sunny seasons of a southern winter.
colored snail of soft silk and
remedies a a guimpe
may act as a mild tonic or
cover new me and clung to the plunder. ASuch deaths amid such favorable surroundings
skin over IOHOII flesh, hut II. II. B. drives all of tucked silk or lace, velveteon Is
Titusville ,. the poison be \ 'I afford positive and convincing
Florida. out ana hence the cure are ]>erma- "Say, pard, finally began
nent. pretty. proof that climate alone will not
must need little coin the
One to three bottles of 11. B. B. will cure the gness you a The skirts are usually! gored and cure consumption ; that neither pine-

0. FRIES, C. E. worst One kind to three of pimples bottles on of the B. B.face.B. will clear the way you act. You don't seem like a plain or made with a circular flounce laden brec7.es nor bracing mountain air /2 c
1 bad fellow and this (30
comes so
system of bolls and carbuncles. easy not very flaring ou the edge. The little will restore weak lung or build up a
COUNTY SURVEYOR. Two to three bottle of B. H. B. will cure the that I'll just give you $3 of it, but no bodice is plain in the back and full in constitution that Is being underminedand ? .
worst kind of humor In the mouth and stomarh. more.' I handed him +flft with (thanks, broken down the insidious :_
Three to six: bottles of !t. II. It. will cure the front, with some sort of bertha collar by germsof
Land legally surveyed and sub-divided. worst case of erysipelas or eczema. and he moved off in the other direction. turning down around the neck. Accordion a fatal disease. III """ .4
One to three bottles will cure all humor In The the rankest counter-
$20 was the other hand thou- ,
But on ,
,. many
Mapping neatly done. Estimates for the eye plaited frills of ..lIk'mlltchlnR the ,
Two bottles are warranted to cure running of feit you ever saw, and I bad to do a lot ash finish for sands of testimonials from grateful people '
are an extremely
all kinds of engineering works. Disputed the ears and blotches among the hair. of telegraphing to get home.Detroit pretty all over this country, who have been 'iI!
Four to eight bottles are warranted the shoulders and are used also in the
to cure cured Slocum Ic .
the Dr. of
lines a specialty. corrupt and running u'cers. Free Press. by System ; i iY
little wool which have no sash. y.N....><
gowns Treatment and In the lI
One or two b ttles of II. II. B.will cure scaly are today enjoy w,
TrrusriLLE:, Brevard Co. eruption of the skin. The use of umall,.half round white ment of perfectly restored health and iii!, N...., 'gh1Jh
FLORIDA. Two or three bottle of B. B. B. He Worked Too Hnrd. .
are warranted pearl buttons is a pretty, feature of strength afford the most convincing .
to cure the worst case of ringworm.
Two to live bottles of II. B.lt. are warranted The Carpenter's Assistant What trimming. The collar finish around the evidence that this treatment, aided by ,,/.N e. .

W': ALLEN, to cure the most desperate rheumatism. was that new plumber sacked fur nock may be ont out in battlement favorable climatic conditions and sur 1 1Ip Dil' NI.,.
GEORGE Three to six bottles of B. B.B. are warrantedto is for Consumption
The Plumber's Assistant-He was roundings a positive cure
cure eczema.
Five to eight bottles of B. B.B.will cure the cent to do half an hour's work in 'a private and all, other chronic diseases 1 iI illd! r"N- "
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, worst case of scrofula. house and finished the job in half SI of the Throat) Chest and Lungs.
Two to six bottles will cure cataarh. Therefore,.those who go to the mountains -
West Tit-Bits.'
Key Florida. a day.- .
BLOOD POISON. the seashore or to southern climates :

Will practice In the United as well as those who already J Ill .. :
States For this monster of a disease In any form Getting III. Moucr'a Worth. I
and State Courts. 9jun95 contracted or Inherited 1st,2d or 3d stages, producing reside in such favored localities should + .
ulcers,pimples, sores In mouth throat, not fail to take the Dr. Slocum Systemof (2 fI
skin hot,hair falls out, etc.,B. B. B. cures the ,
disease and drives the poison from the system I ,' t Treatment if they wish to derive the I .. .. ..1" idfIw. ., .
E. SMITH, M. D. never to return. We have; o/erion testimonials ; full benefits of favorable climatic condition
RALPII of cures by B. B. B. of Blr-od 1'olson. No one )! and scientific medication.The .

can man deny wrote this us, -God written bless signed you testimony.for so grand One a II Dr Slocum Preparations 'I II II ,! M.M.l .
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. remedy." (consisting: of Four ) is both I+,1.

Specialist in Gent to, Urinary and Rectal CANCER, BLEEDING, EATIXO SORES. I II I dl dlI I medicine and food. The medicines usedin : I 1
it the and irritation I
allay cough lung JINN
Cancer of nose,Up, face,ear or neck or breast I 1 .I'b.I
Diseases. heal the and subdue the I .I. w N. \
external or Internal cancer bleeding eating soreness painsin ,..
1-37 Korea are all cured by B. B.B., the moot powerful l/ll/ the throat overcome shortness of I ..,, '. N NN
Forsyth Street. ,
; N.
blood purifier made. NIM
I{ breath, improve the appetite and diges- It
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. SEND FOR BOTTLE: 1 tion, and bring comfort rest and refreshing II,
All druggists l sell B.II. B. in large bottles at 9 .
while its food
sleep, propertiesare
$1 per bottle. Describe your symptoms and wE4 Complete Tree Court of Treatment Consisting ,
""fie medic I advice will be given.: All correspondence building t:1: the constitution enriching of four Preparation, Formula ol (
D C. II. PEETE, is sacredly. confidential. the blood and Infusing the sufferer Dr 3locuoi. I
Address plainly BLOOD BALM CO., 140 FASHION IN MINIATURE. with new life and vigor.
Mitchell street, Atlanta, Georgia, and sample Write the Doctor.
...EYE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT bottle of U.) B. B. will be sent you by return >* squares, lined with silk In contrasting No single remedy will accomplish all .I
mail. II l color and each little Kjuare turned back this but the Four Remedies embodiedIn Simply write giving your full name, 1

5C8;Cherry.Street, at ono corner with three little pearl the Dr Slocum System of Treatment postoflice and express! address, to Dr. "
will. More ti an a quarter of a century T. A. Slocum Laboratories, 96 and o,3
The effect but
Macon, Ga. buttons. simple, exceedingly has been devoted to perfecting this Pine Street. New York City, stating that

STAGE GLINTS. pretty.A System of Treatment! every Indication. you read this article In this! paper, "when. .
cashmere gown for an older girl every symptom In Consumption and the FOUR FREE PREPARATION! .

McL. DANCY, D. D. L. --- is called ---- shows the circular flounce, a velvet collar other dlKca"e(" of the Throat and Lungs, will be sent you, together:: with free f
vVU. Fanny Rice's new comedy barber with silk frills and tucked vest of has been onr u"r studied In the devel- advice adopted 'to your cns'o.
"A Newspaper Story." Youth (to )-Cut me a little .
that will I've had silk, forming a double frill down the .. _. .. .. ._.
see -- --
Graduate of College plcaHH, so people -- -- -- -- ----------------
) Philadelphia of ------ -- --- -
Louis Aldrich is to reappear on the front. A dark red cashmere, trimmed ,

Surgeon, class 1872. Perfect operations stage in "Her Atonement." a til.llne.-Journal Aniucunt with white braid, has a vest of white AdiulnlMtrutor'H' Notice Choice .

promised. Hazeltine Block, corner Bay Sarah Bernhnrdt is acting in Italy Expectancy. liberty silk. Frills of ribbon trim another WlnosLiquors

and Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. and Jane Hading In :Sweden. Life's not all romantic sweetness, gown with a silk yoke, tucked in legatees that all (T clltotn, /es .
An the love to Ring form in and all ponimn Imv- and Cigars.
poets and
arranged to a point
Aubrey Bonciconlt is to appear in big| claims MMluinaniU aifiiliiNt th utoofJ
When they rhyme with grace and silks > li 'ctsrs,late of Krevarii. I UuarnntuotlI'ure -
of the center. Checked are used very 'Hi l> County,deceased| 1
in "A Paper.
vaudeville Scrap
neatness to present tlioin within two yearn to the under
Ernest Van Dyck, the grand opera On the blossoming of spring. prettily for vests and fiulsh generally in Mgnuil,or tin notice will ha pleaded bar. Sold at reduced
1 Yet a hope each HOng disclose. the plain wool gowns, and plain silksof J. I'. imowy, price
DE jj singer, was cute newspaper man. And we all await the day tiny nifties trim Homo of the plaid sheriff of Jlrovarel County, VIA., I .

Robert Downing has a new comedy When the violets and rose gowns. Braid and unrrow velvet ribbon ami ex-olllclo administrator o{ IinpitrleilTokity
6'ar8.theMe. microbes far away. Win,
nailed "The Butterfly and the Grub. ere very much used, and BO are the tiny the estate of Joseph I'oter, de.
I JI} illllll Nance O'Neil, the young American -Now. they linger on the highway, frills of Hutin'ribbou. 2may.'IOjtin: / ceased Italy t
1833. O Hono- They are lurking In the hall; the for "
j tragedienne, has returned from There U grip In every byway.' Silk gowns are thing party John B. Togni

MOlfu hilJiiij I lulu. Where your footsteps chance to fall. dresses, and white silks with tiny

COTTON ) Alexandra Slloti, tbe Russian pianist, ,We may scorn poetic poses stripes of satin and dainty rosebuds are Story of a Hluvo. Metropolitan Saloon, 123: East Bay St.,.

of And all seriously say: desirable. I Small::! "chocks ore,worn, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
tour very
his ,
SOFT SEINE TWINES. has abandoned projected "Haste, ye violets and rOlleal l To bo bound luind and foot for years
this country. Scare these. microbes far awayl"Washlrurtnn as are plain silk especially beugalineH. by the chains of disease'Is the woist form 'Vhohle mid Hntttll...... f

A PERFECT STURGEON TWINE. Lieutenant Dan Godfrey and his Star., Pale blue silk gowns with a white silk of blavery. George! 1). Williams, of Manchester ----- --- --.-- -...-. .. .-- ,
Hash and belt and a tucked yoke of .
Mich. lulls how such slave
British Guards band will America a
CABLE CORDS AND MACRAME.E. The Largost and Most Com-
white ure extremely dainty. made
------ was free. 110 says: "My wife has
EMORY JOHNSON, OWN, A G..". M.*. another visit. Rather large velvet hats with'soft been so helpless for live yearn that she ploto Establishment South.
Joseph ,Murphy has been playing brims and crown, trimmed simply witha could not turn over In bud alone. Af.er
MOODUS. CONN. "The Kerry Gow" just 26 years and NCURABL13DISEASES bunch of feuthers and a knot of rib. using two bottles of Electric Hitters, she GEO. S. HACKER & SON,

'"Sbanii Rhue" 21. bon Deem to be the prevailing style for Is wonderfully improved and able to do

Maud Grander has been on the stage anything bnt cchuol wear. In felt the her own work." This supreme remedy 1

26 years. Her real name was Annie B. beehive crown with broad brim is very for female diseases quickly euros nervousness

Brainerd, and she is native of Connect pretty trimmed with satin ribbon. sleuploHsnuss} melancholy,'
!headache backache
Many diseases considered t'tt- fainting spells
jERRY3SEEDS: curable are catarrh This miracle working medicine Is a godsend .

I icut.Mr.. E. E. Rice is to produce R new under other mantes Aokiiotvlediflnic !nvU Uon.. to weak, sickly, tun-down people. .

burlesque called "Little Red Riding catarrh in The English fashion of acknowledging Every bottle guaranteed. 'Only r.o) centll. fe

t Hood." lIe brings the piece from Edin Simple the head is called an invitation to a church wedding Sold by F. S. C ha(fee, druggist;

4\ by writing a note of regret or accept -----
l.\r.,"moui jr nun. ago-thrlr lame r.\! Incurable. Consumption is rapidly obtaining here, nays V. To ill.
every >...r-n* the reed For the first time in many seasons \\I\\ Is ca ance awMANUFACTURERS
w 10 ller"ltl'tl'c'II-.al""f' 4 ; The Ladies' Home Journal, the card "Have yer llkwienn took, mini We
I ... Frohman and Daniel Frobmanare : ,\ tarrh of
> Charles
best tln.dii'K
t. or .11 '
I" 'n verywbere. 1lvvBO nun will produce* ,1'i. tits alone left for the bride's mother being can make. pretty picture of it, rnlns.
They lungs and
ly) w'"r .nd ahuy"Or1b II.ut to join counted ai bad form. There may be a Cull it sweet Hevlugteen, uilsH. What, ..
1 011 bavlliK tbtom. Jiun "The White Horse Tavern. ; ,0 victim is, no '
', n riNk _buy M'erry'.. hundred reasons why you are not asked yer won't, and tertnorrer it may be too
I \' I+"al'Meed Annul.hri. In a recent benefit at a London theater 'doubtpasthelpIn to the bouse-becunifo of Its size, because late, and ycr in yet collin, and nothln
D.at.vFMuTA [ I
4,. -CU the ad- OF ,
Toddlekins was more
'\ ebello .lIelt. the farce, "Little ,W' 'r"' a large collation is not spread or fer yet growd 'grandnevvy and
.. Greville the Earl of 4r 1I Tanced stages; \
''5; rendered by Lady for any or all reasons-but yon most grandniece ter remember yer b- Doors Sash Blinds ,
Yarmouth and the Duke of Manchester. but great numbers ,:
never: conclude that you are omitted bo- Pick Me Up.
Allen will contint/e/ "The of people die of consumption lack formal .
Viola position. Your
Christian" at the Garden theater, New needlessly. It is certain that every cause note of yon acknowledgment should be sent A IJlm.....,.. Moulding & Building Material.

YEARS' York, until spring. Ned season she phase of catarrh, Including many cases in proper time by mall. "My friend prides himself on not being '

EXPERIENCE will be seen in the play in the principal of consumption, are cured by the right susceptible to flattery" said Will!. Ofllce Warrrooins King, opposite. ,
treatment. Ve-ru-na, Dr Hartman'agreat Cannon Btreet.Charleston .
cities of the country. attacks catarrhal FMhl..'. Itches.. Wiibington.

Mrs. Fiake is known only to but the she public is- diseases prescription scientifically and cures them. A new house slipper.li made of patent only"yes.difficulty" answered that Miss be Cayenne.doenu't believe"The ] S. C. '

as an actress of talent it In bU red heels and
Dr. Hartman explains fully leather with bright, a
written can anything about him *o complimentary
you say
gifted as an authoress.which have been books which are mailed on application.Here high, square tongue beaded bye buckleof that it i n't true,"-Wash- Sash Weights Cord and
several clever plays is a letter from Mrs llannening, brilliant ,

TRADE- DESIGNS MARKS produced with iuccess.BmootblnC Mazo !Manie Wis.t who is one of many Plaids, this season are bewildering I ingtou Btar._

rvv COPYRIGHTS &c. cured of consumption by Pe-ru-na. including Scotch plaids, Irish plaids, When Tr.. LOT*.....L. Hardware
A n'lIne len"ln,.vkNeb.ad description cop a Wrl.kle FroaC."I She : If the engagement lasts long enough, i
says and Roman
llI' plaidsThe
hJ2 io ergln fro whether intaJ" English plaids
'\ .T,n !. probably our opinion>
"'''1 I'.... UII.t .for.ecubringo to ita'ePotent. gazing at herself in the mirror as abeapplied appearance before her uttady in ber
I cannot
taken through lunn ..It Co rec..ln the first coat of putty to, tbj DEAR Sins:- praise_your seems likely to outlive every other ca.. kitchen clothe and with ber hair on. SPECIALTY. 1 i
ro'clel notic. wttboui cbarge, Ia the remedy too highly Last winter I had of fashion
creases in her cheeks, "this is 'la grippe and hemorrhage of the lung price combed. Then love iu the HIUU'I heart

Scientific American. might be called prime my face--eh- followed. All the doctors around here Yoke and vest effect aDd small bolero -, fold iti tired hands on lie breast aud Palmetto

a,hend.nmel i ,'Illsetratad w Ur. J...r.wl clr.CUlallllll evidence of an intent to deceive."-Detroit told me I bad to die of consumption. are much in vogue on waists breathes its last.Atcblinn (!lobe. Drug-Store, Daytona.

.r four of any clenuno Journal. Tern.. ." .e I aiw. Tribune. Then I thought 1 would ask Dr. Ilart- New muff are tremendously tanning
month., Bold
$ byall I medicines chemical fine toilet
ofk man for advice,which 1 did. He -
MUNN prescribed velvet lace flower and sable
affair ,
Co 3CI B brushes combs
& dwsy, New For NothlBff.What Pe-ru-na for me, and I took it soaps, perfumery and
IIrllllCb CM r et, .. D.C.DROPSY Good with puzzle according 'to his direction and was tails GOLD i II. of no value when health Is fancy toilet articles great variety.

-- r' did yon do of your the editor cured. I advUe everybody that is Then i I. just one thing which the la danger What's of more value ? M. Iluaiox, propr. l

editor?" asked the friend troubled with lung disease to take Dr.lartmaD' fashionably gowned woman can do with 1'ratt's up-to'date tablets will break upa
CUtID j tabla of the new magazine. treatment. I let trail. cold la one day, and for constipation --- -
I withUs ) am sure they her ultra long skirt-that U, it
Rememed ?.cured him replied the and biliousness and all malarial troubles/ You cannot work
CUM "Discharged will not regret it if they do. I am now achieved succet in the / accomplish any or
thocaand No DM
many "lIe couldn't gueu where bin witty was enjoying good health, and caD thank one yet It has no equal. Ity mall prepaid for ;23c. business unless you feel 'Well.) If yoivfeel

tzytaleuttwo Te. -thlydeorsll'rmPret' from."-PbiJa<5 ''pbla North I' l'o-ru-n& for It." attempt to bold it up. Pratt Medicine Co., Station 11, Chicago, "used up-tired out" take Dr M. I
DL .. tlmonlaleandTWDATA L Ireatmentfra. to come 111. Send fur sample. A. Simmons Liver Medicine 1
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-f{ IHDIiH RIVER ADVOCATE.A +- wear penatorlal toga. The ADVOCATE I '

however, is under the impression Indian River Real Estate Agency

: that Mr. Flagler's time is I I.
a'' 6r THE lUDtAir ana, LAKE pretty well taken up at present

i i WOBTH ADD BIMATKB BAT lECTlOHf.PUBLISHED looking after his vast interests ; TITUSVILLE, FLA.TOU .
f, tl and to dabble in politics would II I

aVER FRIDAY.K. only .add _more__furrows_ ____to his brow. :'I ABSOLUTELY'LUKE would do well If yon have property to sell and want It advertised in this
of cost Od, and pot In tbe band*of Ihe men to *rite at once to
W Editor A Proprietor THE war with Spain seems to I lank before the
C..ltua LTO. Makes the food and wholesome his Agency for Contract, and put your property public.
have been rather a costly<
rxcnitinnae of dru. most be made per. us, for at present the whole ex- __a.rn.a seen eo.,avw_ }oura.
1OD&111 this offlc or by writing. penditure cannot be told. However PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and rifer, per acre $2.00; to $10.00.
1 and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.()(} per acre.
to date it has been about ORANGE
Check,.to..stay be made payable to CMABJ.ESH. hundred up and million to assume that! before a great the Great Britain will I i Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-qoarter mile riverfront; one mile north of Eau
WALTOK,pobll.b r ud proprietor two sixty-six while is government, Gallie; fint-elaM for oranges. pineapples and vegetables. Price, $1,000.
dollars, and some authorities placeit "something going to drop sooner or later employ force. The ORANGE GROVE 14 acres, M miles south ofTitusvllle. Will pay $1,000 this

Addrci all communications to at two hundred and seventy.five .are an exchange.; President Kru- chances are that in any event the I year and i,0"0 next. Price, $7,000.

IRDIAY RIVER ADVOCATE, million dollars or more This in- ger has endeavored to preserve the Transvaal will some day be absorbed HAMMOCK LANDS, near Titnsville, from $5 to $2o per acre.
#. pastoral character and Isolated Independence One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2J miles .lst of TItusvllle, good for
TrmvrLLB, rL01UDA. eludes the twenty millions paid for Into the British Empire, vegetables and oranges. Price, $.V<0.00.
s the right to subjugate the Filipino.. of the Republic, of but the indefinite prolongation of pineapples,

4 U. S. Department of Agriculture How much more expenditure will which be is the head, but forces its independence may probably be V

> Weather Uurcau-Jupiter, Fla. be needed to establish American beyond hit control have operatedto secured by timely action of an appropriate ::r.A.J.\I.tEJt3: :6:60oes.:: ,

soVereignity in the Philippines can frustrate his designs.The character, which shall c
The following IS a comparative states only be conjectured, as it depend. mineral riches of the Trans satisfy the remonstrances of the
ment of temperature and rainfall for the upon the continuance of the conflict vaal have attracted many British British residents how engaged in Grain Hay Feed Flour Grits Meal and F

weekending: Tuesday, May 9.DATE. 1m. with tbejnsurgents. It is also I and Americans that the native developing the vast natural resources ,, I

44 1 -1809- -1898- yet unknown what will be the Boers' have been far out-nnnibered, of the Republic. Meal. Hew Garden Seed arming Fresh
Cotton Seed
MAX. MIX. : 65 amount of pensions resulting from and the greater bulk of the revenues 1L
10 83..0
of the local is
11 .DO 70 79 70 the Spanish war. According to government Lotus.
12 M 71 78 65 this, you must make up your mindto from the former, who are not all the time, b
13 &J 71 toll 65cy the tax allowed any voice whatever in the C. D. Provost Saturday Cocoa.
keep on paying stamp spent
14 8.5 73 81 administration of public affairs Agent for Gray Mineral\ Ash, kills all kinds of Insects; Harmless to man or n
15 81 70 Si 74 for some time to come. by M. A. Stewart and V. Hall are off on a beast Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotations. T
and bis staff. It
!I 10 82 73 82 71 gator hunt. Lowest cash prices. I"llD>
was this condition of
Total rainfall for the week:0.45; Inches' WE are in receipt of a book same things J It. Ragan, of Banyan was in townon Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
normal rainfall for the that was cited "as the excuse for .
from Monday.E.
Departure written by Mrs. Frederika Spangler I.
the famous Jameson raid when
week: minus 0.S Inches. Departurefrom Cantwell,of Daytona. It is a R Provost is still shipping tomatoes -
norm"l'ralnfall since January 1, 450 British and Americans tried
2.MHncbe neatly gotten-up work, publishedby and getting good returns. CHAS. N. WELSHANS 9It
I plus :2. to seize the and it is ,
J. ,,-. CROXK, Observer. Tennyson Neely, of New country ; The carpenters'are at work on C. D.
against this condition of affairs
ProyOtit'. store building.
York. A cursory examination, of ,
that the British residents of the i'
its pages! tell UP that it is a romance The orange trees are suffering badly SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER I1iiln
MIAMI: is now the county seat of of the Spanish-American war, and' Transvaal are Itll1'prott'8tlng. from the dry weather. CEMENT, BRICK, LIME, rm
Dade. West I'alm Ut'arh'nd; Miami The spirit in which their pro-
is entitled "The High Commission.. O. A. Stewart was over from Bona-
; 3 made a strong fight,' hut the The story begins in St. Augustine, tests are likely to he received in venture Wednesday. ** HAIR AND LATH ## atIt.

jf4 latter won by a majority of 211. and attention Is drawn to Palm England can be judged: from the Banyan and Georgiana'were: well represented .
I To the victor belongs the spoils. comment of the London Times at the sanctified meeting on rkrrks
Beach, Miami, Tampa and other which State Agent L.. & M. Paints and Oils.
significantly remarks : "Will Sunday.Mrs. .
points. The .characters are well
FLORIDA troops are to he reimbursed drawn, the dialogue is witty and President Kruger continue to disregard .1 I Hammond, of Pineda, wan the Old 'Phone 8. )*>\ 13 Hogan Street, e the pl
these warnings until it Is of W. Bisbee and wife several dajs ,
the guest dl
hr the government, entertaining, it is very patriotic, too late ?" 'last week. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. .
'' secretary "of the treasury having and on the whole Mrs. Cantwell is ate
This inquiry admits of only one Mr. and Mrs. Osteen left for Hollister,
issued a warrant to Governor W. to be congratulated upon her writIng Wednesday. They will spend several 1AIna
t D. Bloxbam for the sum of 15,538; so meritorious and entertain interpretation. It plainly signifiesthat month at this old home.If R 1P' a 1 A FAMILY JAUNT

for expenses incurred in raising ing a work. We would advise our if the Dutch Republic persists % :'r ? eaa"r ,,
in its refusal to admit its alien :; y. In one of our canopy top phaetons or sure eddr'
troops for our late war with Spain. readers to obtain one of these excellent residents in you are in search of barJ:3in- (tf- ;r' reys can be enjoyed for any length of time
to any participation read the ADVOCATE columns carefully.
books, which, no doubt. without weariness. You can get more ISO'rate
J will solid comfort in one than in other
be found deeply interesting. any ve
A letter Editor An. "
c'ikcci.AR to hide on the market. For the horseman : gla

', j gell, of Our Dumb Animals, from JOHN R. WALKER: s' that loves speed, a runabout or as light as hat
fi I the Cuban Industrial Relief Fund, TnERE bas been pending before .,} can be constructed, well-made and strong, ijori"IDOl,
states that the United States flag the Indiana Legislature a bit; mayr f a Se will find here at bed-rock prices. al
.: i wares over three hundred thousand which li of interest not only tn McMURRAY & BAKER, dadce, ,
.f : people who have neither food toro Florida, but the whole of the United I. 1 .f
Millinery Ribbons Laces Veiling Etc. Etc. Main & Church Sta., "
eat, clothes to wear, nor homes to Stated. It is a law which provides / H,,
; live in. Rather hard on the for nothing less than the I JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I Of,f fhe
I' Cubans. abolishment of the free lunch on ;.jfState Agents for Sterling Bicycles.

.! !J. the high ground that this Dionysian FOUNT ;AND BOTTLED SODA.A" Kinds of Coo) Tt'mperanct' e- e -.r r...,- dui fI
'' Drinks Fruits in 8eU41n.
institution is immoral. The author ; .. hoes
Ii' WilES Great Britain takes
: pop- hI
of this Innovation-himself a na- P- Your patronage solicited.
;; session of a foreign country she tive of the state no less famed for JOHN WALKER, I ten
throws it open to the free entry IIr| !f CHESEBROt! rota rter
free lunch materials than for nat TitusriUf. Fla. ,
'\ merchandise from all parts of the _
ural of rooted direr
gas-is a man con. --- --- -

.f jai l. says world.:' "Gen.A telegram Lord Kitchener from Cairo in. victions among which the most Mc: :!:'iz-.n.mons &:, Fitch WHOLESALE atlemtt,
prominent is the one he has now laid
JIM tends' to open the Soudan to allr before his brother law.makers, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA, Pisa had
;, trades on the completion of the says. COMMISSION FISH ]DEALERS a
0 beat
\ railroad to Khartoum and foreign the Philadelphia Press. lie believes Grocers and Commission Merchants. efi
that the free lunch is under
: goods will be admitted free ofduty" DRAR SIR:-.Vf,oooto ;jroo a f prices below. and when to need of the following utieln ,
I : mining our republican institutionsand end U year orJ r Vve make a .1* t<1 of Mill Onlrrs. iHr.aidtiel
Xo. 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Market, New York.
1\ ,
; i I' demands that i it, therefore, be PRICE I IST: I

I placed in the same category as Rest.. Flour rr t>bl. f 4SS I Green t off.e. per lb. d............... .. f .11 SPECIALTIES. :-Spanish Mackerel, Sheephead, Pompano, Bluefish, Red t adrintheir
TilE Philippine situation continues bait bbl IJO Arbu ..I8C'Wffe.l rlbIS ..... ............. IS
be combination of dick. petty larceny. *-lb. .. \ Tea ] to a Ori*., *< .. .... card,tumpaond.per lb................,., 1s. I'
ering and fighting, although the )1M!. JO- .,.v................... 1.15 Lard.pare.TV IbTomau.3lb.eaB .. .. .......,........ .i Stencils promptly supplied. References furnished if desired. u1 lune<.
A WORD OF WARNING. \Vbeat ................ 141IM per dot ........ .an
$1 administration claims that the Cora" .'. ........,... !'1e l>*rfM,3-lb.cam.; perdui........... 1110
e submission of is + <... ........ .......,.... 1 m Table Itaebes.Mb cans.perdoa......... 1.Id: CLARESCE: B. MILLEK. l.riousg I
Aguinaldo now Itrau" ............ .. _<10 (Cnra. Ib.ens. per do<,... ....... Sd MILLER LOXGBOTHAM.E .
'" lf
I +, fully assured. Ills subjugation Titusville has quite a good recoil Feed l Mfli*r sack.. ........ .... .SBRrieht Rate. Hc.ana..J..Ib.eaperd & ......... ue labll.hed 184 1.SIBIVEILLER. Mlprnlc
healthfulness and cleanli C H Mx1 l.pr sack......,.... lAt Sarlire.. per doc .................. .U
j bas been a sure thing from the for Ideal Fertiltorr, 2wlb ........,.......,... J,eo I SaJI.x"-Ibs. per net......n ... ... ... w EllI
first but it has cost ness. Now let that good record- JUT,psi,ewe .........S .Matche. per C1't'6S .......,.......... .... ..' .
!, already more Best f)8 Hellre..lb., .................... JM eresersnwlaperIb .. ............. .f6 S CO. *Kit'
-both in money and blood-than which is so mUt'h.to. our advantage Ham*. perlb ........ ................ .1*,! C"ntk..f'IDOGo per Ib. ................. jttf.i' pne,
.. Rboolder.perlb. ........... ....... ."!4lGtngeSnap.perlb,j ) .. .......,.,..... void I
it will ever be worth to the people continue. Of late there has been Rice 'er Ib ,......, ........, .... 5 Jt S t tVtiJeoo Soap. per dua....................:. ..eriraaulatedsngsr %
of the United States What good gross carelessness in allowing lots ,per IbTuoUipIck .........., .. 6S tYarlioe. per dos... ... ............ .. .45 WHOLESALE -
Tobacco, per ib.......... ...... .t:j jl"oc.&sb.! per des., .. ..................... .ts
i, t roads Florida could have had if of trash to be blown about our I COMMISSION: FISH -Pleassiting
one-fourth of the money spent on streets, which should be placed in Send u.roar order and mak m.SlcTIMMONS TOUT ratMlrnmeot A FITCH.*. We invite corretpoadeacc. DEALERS, ahr.

the war bad been directed to that barrels and carted away. This 15, 17, 14, S: Sooth Oceaa Sl,: Xo 7 Fulton Fish Market, New York.
purpose matter should be drawn to the attention rveu: h twyr of Hide,Fur,Wool uc1.A1lip&or Skin JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
of our Town Councilors, Special attention given to the sale of Pompano, Spanish

ii'fi1 for the health of this town is wortha Mackerel, Blue Fish, etc.:
TunE is to be great rejoicing at 'VI ta't' to nCouditIon \' from REFERENCES:-Fnlton and Market .
Escape National Bank
great deal more to its pe-ople'and TO Those Who Freezes or any Wholesale Fish dealerin an.I
Tort Tampa on Wednesday next, Their and the United States. I for tla )
the 21th inst., when Queen Vic future prosperity than the saving Z3T": Stencils famished on application. '
l; toria's birthday will be celebrated of a few dollars. Those who are Poor soil, expensive freights I offer at low prices and on very easy terms E,
with ttlat. The Gulf Coast accredited with carelessness in allowing desirable land In the most picturesque section of JAMAICA perfect petto
''I. great their trash to be. carried' climate, finest roads ID the world, no mosquitoes. good schools and desirable HAMMOND tos..0
residents have taken the matter up government. For particulars, ante lo PACKING CO.
about with blow
our streets
'i' with a will ; and as two of the every GEORGE LOUTREL LUCAS (Formerly The G. II. Hammond Co.) hon tl
< ;ii.,' queen's war ships-the Pearl and of the wind, should visit the county OUR

{g: Intrepid-will be present everybody jail property, and follow in the I Kingston, Jamaica B. W. LMcCOMB SPECIALTIES :- .a.vi...,;.,..

t, is looking forward to having footsteps of Sheriff Brown, whose "Coin! |Special"! hams and breakfast bacon "PP.

I. a very enjoyable time. Cheap ex. habits of cleanliness are much ap- "Coin Special" canned meats. Mr and
& CO. ',
predated by all tesldents who have Wuri
1 cursions will be :'run for the oc "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon. ', Bald
the real prosperity of the town atleart.
e1 I casion.JAMES. ,
I: I. "Calumet" leaf 'lth totLI1" !
Let us keep up Titusville'slealth lard. feet.

record, and assist the Town Bermuda and SouthernGrowers' Homemade pure lard.
D. BEGG of the The tual.
one most
Council in keeping clean streets. .
< .U
If Clerless" compound lard 801mlntla'
I i popular state's attorneys Florida aDd all sausages !
t ; ever had, is the ADVOCATE'S choice Packing Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA. :ne onttago. '

for governor. Some people may IS THIS ANOTHER AR and Shippers 1 Agents. -" .

think we are a little premature in PENDING ? WILLIAM CLARKE sal ber,to I
Sanitary Plumber ?
I naming him for this high position, sere Ca
t I I but we! wish to place ourselves on "
The Cape Town correspondentof better
I record that be Ii i the man of our ; of Daily Mail says : PINEAPPLE HEADQUARTERS Fine Gas Futures, Plumber and Gas Fitter Roofing Sheet r e'ilI8l''
I choice ,
: that we will stand by him
"At a iceetiag of the comtoaadaoU en
'through thick and thin," and that i'. the western border of thTransvaal yaw 270 '" ''V" shington St., Now Yor11c. Iron work pumps and drain pipe bath tubs water clos :Send tl.
our readers throughout Florida terday (tardayX instructions were Issued 'P'intilt't
, ,\ will hear more about him in the !'' the field tn the at Burghers a momeet's to prepare notice to frogPretoria take RrrfRUC'Es-Dolio Bradstreet or any reliable 1 boos io the trade. Also 1dp. ets and Wash Stands. Copper vessels of all descriptions re-tinned
pink at distant date. personal references. Invited.
paper no i''I fbe Df1'OU.U are still per CorrwpODdence ,
The two B's-Bloxbam and Begg ptoodiD for toe pn>pod meeting between -. Fo ray th S.., Dear Laura.t." \

are men whom Florid should feel l Prklnt Krueer and Mr Alfred ESTABLISHED 1S52. JACKSONVILLE, FLi. .

., proud of. Miloer, Governor of Cap Colony." :r Oldest Fruit and Produce Commission H GH la Chicago. -z: -- are I
"Johaanetborg. Transvaal, May H.Th .-
; work; of fortifying the rtskmbU sat i -- FOR STOREKEEPERS TO NOTICE .J,
i THE Savannah News says that the hilltops at point of strategic Importance 6 the sum

r Victor Smjth, in the dew York is pn0ggTe*sin
i Tress, predicts that Mr. Henry )I. When twenty thousand British Benedict Pollak & Co. Wholesale House.[ $

, t Flagler will succeed Senator )lal.t subjects, resident of the .Trans JQbn 'y

lory of Florida in the Senate. "He t vaal petition for the interventionof OOt\I.It\I.IJSSION': : : Yesgpito Netting, made and 't tone ,
t f. will have about time enoughto the British aoth. Ducks and unmade, fine mesh. Sandfl Netting and Scree seer
government upon Georgia
get a foothold in Florida poll the ground that owing to the political Early Vegetables, Melons, Fruits, and Sonthertf Produce I ben CJOfTapoede 4cta. pet doz. Show Checks Cases, old and or C ttonadt'new vurv&', Coats Special Cotton attention, in all P.I.Ilert nnro if.C.... Bo

tie when Senator Mllory' term discrimination, of which Tn.-ellng men on the road constantly We only sell to It and a
I PJ.n.cnpp cs n Spccj.a eorporsUoa aDd boteli home
expires," says the Tress writer, they object, their position under hue La stock Liberal \n1\h1ng usually kept by storekeepers In our line we
Give as reference: Th Merchants' National Bank of Chicago; SouUxra Ex. terms and uberal treatment. Beat dtIt
who vouchsafes the 'information jurisdiction of Kruger is an in.
t >Tess Co.: Florida shippers oa application. Also state remituae made U New done
f that It U Mr. Fi.gler', ambition to tolerable one, it is reasonably safe York[ Exchange or express money orders oa v ako then is DO exchange. BENEDICT POLLAK & CO.. the not

32, W, 36 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. f"tiler





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..anted. Enclose stamp City -
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tlSrtl.u: tars. B. Remmers, of DeLand
jt-! Brent great

-Curly- -and Kinky Hair site part I for of Ian a a1Be week Cassava here prodding for a .FERTILIZERS.I
utoUIinlury" to the catp or hair. factory,
SSiSJiellplea8e) <1 with> the soil and the .

\\ of water and tall .
50 CENTS PER BOX. transportation afforded here
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: -PleaRe write! "* whenever fall to SPECI PRICES
It ink receive the ADVOCATE.
ntib1 {J)

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the Kepoits.I.RRAGH United( States Health Banyan.- [i] GrO\ATers

Fin.es..ppl e om :
& RICH, New York, It !Is rumored that Henry Casper has __ _

sold his yacht Nemises to Bob llardce, .
Sole Dtsnatactarener of Cocoa.
A11 .Arou.n.d. Fcr't1.1:1.zcr: ,

Captain Boyer has his fish camp located ) H Price $25.OO.GUARANTEED s".3- Before buying the following Materials be sure and) apply to
Banyan right In the centre of tie

Miami. nulling grounds. ANALYSIS: us for prices, and we will prove to you we can lave you money

Several people from here, attended Moisture........................... ........ ....... .. ... ..... ...,...... ...... II to 10 STEAMED HONE: RAW BONE
Geo Y Bobbins, of Titusvlll\ services at Lotus on Sunday. The sauc- U Ammonia ... ... ........... .................... .... ... .... ................... 5 to 6 ,
Is. 1 days In Miami )last week. tilled band holding Equal to Sulphate of Ammonia.................. ... .. ... .......... ............ 20 to 25 BLOOD AND BONE ACID PHOSPHATE
several r forth. Q Available rhosnhnrto Arid .. . .. ......... .. ......... .,............... ft to 6 ,
collector, Henry Anthony, Do read the ';'Jualtol\one I'hosphatcof Lima.................................... .......... It to IS DISSOLVED BONE NITRATE
Cc 11 tax Wednesday for you ADVOCATE ? If not, Potash KZ: 0........ .. ............. ................ ............................. B to I OF SODA,
down from Juno, you certainly should do so. Gives the Potash... .......... ... ................ ......... ... \I to 10 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA
days visit.l news of the whole East Coast F..qU.lto8UIr.hateor etc. ,... ...... ............. ........ ............. ,....... 65 to 80 TOBACCO STEMS, 8
l ?;Ir
i" Samuel Filer and daughter, Miss J. T. Stewart, A. Sanders, J. Halstree, C3T- Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,
'*14 de,have returned home, after an ex- J. Scott and Claude Stewart, left here, COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAI lT AND POTASHES.

1 visit I to Key West.MacGonigle this week, for Cape Sable In the latter's S3P: Special) Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0

lg of St. Augustine, yacht. H prices. .

I if'eral; days hen the Coast)last week, Gene Stewart was In Banyan last week '

B k.IDeB, for East Land Co. and reports service to start on mail Please Correspond with us before being induced to buy from Dealers. So ml for

Irhtiteamer Cocoa sailed for Nassau, route, Bovine to Savage, in Osccola
f county, this week. H Pamphlet. I.LJ
. 1; ,taking back the many voters -

Lame over to help Miami 1 win the Joe Smith and family, and Mrs Jas. LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO. I IJ'"acksoc.

H arty teat.I. Alrth and family were recent visitors to J11
_ P Anthony left last WednesdayPalm Banyan. Mrs. Alrth will occupy the As-
[ .
Beach, where he will spend the pinwall cottage this summer.A .
: .vi11e florid.
,ier looking after his business Injln basket picnic, fish fry and general : ,'

that city. good time is anticipated on the 23th:> of .._-- --- ,
May at the Welles place at Bahia Thin
I in. B. W. Boyer returned to Miami.Ijteek Is central location versions since the Town Hall has been CII unc..ts. Bovine.
a for this section from
: after several months spent at Cocoa Melbourne. completed. Dancing. school once a week, .. -__ __u ,
to Malabar.
Everybody is invitedto
I*\West Sbe was accompanied by herlinmnjt bible study once, singing exerciser" once,
join the Good music Kriacoi'AL cui'iicit.
I daughters, Miss Pearl,, and merry party. Sunday school, and preaching twice per Mm. W. W. Ow1and\ two daughters,
will be on hand, and those inclined to OOODK & rJOODE.-noal Estate and Loan
will make Services 2nd\ an41h\ In each
\noieCnthbert.\ They again "trip the light fantastic" can do so to Agent: for /Ktna: London and Liverpool and month, with the regular monthly dan('(! month at 1 II a. n,. and 7:110:: p.Sundays in. %lIllIhlY school of Rabin, were pleasant visitors hero
i their home.Ir.YcFerrlo. their heart's content. Remember the Gbe. and Imtwial Fire Inmiranre. Special, given by the V I. Association. Wu every HuiiiUy at Uw: a. n,. );\ '? >er at last \\'eek.Mr. ,
attention paid to the interest ot non resident fear that too .civilized 8 n,. on Wednesdays.! srrvlee
of the Lake Worth Ice date we are getting : p. Litany every
Thursday, May 2;). !. and that some of us will have to go Friday. at 10 a. m.Arclicloacon. and 1 Mrs. Chris I Houston nnd two
the Miami Ice
Itki has purchased II. F. HKOWN, Hootor
dwill Increase the capacity of south and grow up or down with the little surfs, arc upending the wet'kHh J
WHEN YOU OO TO MELBOURNE call at the ---- ---- Fred Hotuton.
"ono-gallas" fellows with
leplant Forrest Lake, former owner Daytona.Did Hazaar, Mrs. Chas J. K. Campbell| & Co., Millinery country; we !
I here Notions, Dry floods, Ladlra' readymade copperas trouserloons can't stand thin IIAI'TtST cmmcit.second .
a tbeiceworks was very popular :Miss Helen Miller nindo a short vlllit
and woven Underwear, Ferris' Renowned amount of style much longer, with thp I'rcachingevery' "I
lends his anil\ fourth
id d bis many regret having to her home Melbourne
Cornets, embroidery and colored Bilks, thermometer at 04 under a cucumbuK. and evi-nhm. l'raYI'r Mwtinps at on Friday. ;
liwed his business interests In Miami. you know Mrs. Vance was again souvenir spoons, Stationery,etc. Wednesday evening at 7HM) o'clock. lInda every) Miss Clara Otwcll\ went with tier i

Waddell had the misfortune to married 1 We are suffering here from the pro- School every Sunday' at 0:4.1: a, in. Also I preachIngnrst \
LA. Sunday' at l vet blal "dry drouth, but indications nt | In runaway on election day, while Our mayor, Dr. II. D. Brown, has rnr- Snbsciiptlons for the ADVOCATE, Once Invited to attend. ones are spending the week hero.
tiTingup 12th street. His horse be- : been over at Gainesville, attending a the pink paper of the East Coast, will be present point to dampnexs soon. }:. N. Itr.l.L, TasUir.MKTIIOniSTCIUIHCH. !
old asked the Lord to
frightened and dashed otTo )[r. received! at the Melbourne Postolllce. an mat praying:: and Jim Hender
me i conclave of Knights of Pythias. send a rain, but specified that he did not I MoHHi'H. Fred Hoimtoii 1
e addell 1 was soon thrown from the bug- son, are out In the woods gathering !
shaken and A number of the cottages on the beach want one of those gushing! slushing,
aDd badly
pretty up hogs to ship 1
e fated fora few days. His friends are already taken; and a good many visitors ( Mr. W. M, Ely has gone to visit his sloshing, washing, tearing, snorting I Itecular services" every first third and! fourth
many kinds but would be to have one Sundays at II .a. in. and' 7iK: ji, in, Siimlaj f
are expected. The /Seaside Inn mother and sisters in New York; pleased tho at I
and all Bcliool Mr. StcpheiiNon pnntmastcr
u glad to see him up right again.; every Sunday at 10: a. in. l':"wortL ;
will be sorely missed this season. I of those drizzling, sizzling, sazzllug, I league earn' Sunday'' at :ale:! |i, in. Trevor meetIIIK the new poKtofllcc of Savage, was hero, '
3 Miami has won the county seat by a The Literary\ Club'met last Friday soaking kinds, that would do lots of every Thursday nlithtat 7:INI> o'clock. The Friday on olllclal! LIlIIIIll'"II.
:, Jijority of two hundred and eleven over The' Vol unteer Fire Department has evening at Hotel Carleton. good and no harm. Wo are not quite HO Ladles' Aid Society meets every Undnrsdav ,
effected elect at 3:MM) p. in, Kvcrj''body welcome at oar church.
a permanent organization, -----
ilia Beach. Wednesday was an excit- Cha: McBride has moved' his family choice, being willing, like the old maid aery kell.

|day here, and much good work was ing E. F. Mansfield chief of fire department from Hotel Riverside Into his new home who was anxious to marry, "anything) Rev A. 1) 1'KNNKY: 1'astor. IIOF

tby the citizens to win the day. A ; Kobt. Smith, foreman of hose on Main street Lord, will do." .I. ,-___ __. __ ___.____"___.._.
has been company; Jas. M. Osbornu, foreman of
building: already se- *
.!td, and as soon as possible the busitof steam engine company; Jas. /Siniouds, Several parties have bought land hero John N. "Waller, our >th district coun CATHOLIC ('Ii UI1C1i. ,

l. the county will be moved here. foreman of chemical engine company, lately, and other parties are inquiring "diuidy, was with us not long slice; Services at 10 a, in. every Sunday In I
and Dr. W. E. French, chief engineer. about a tract near here. being a taxpayer and naturally InioioM. Church luilldliifc, North Tltnsvlllu. 'llhlhlroll'* I ,
The "Entre Nous" club gave Its first What we need now is a big alarm bell, ed In tho development) of our shell road catechism at 3 ]I'. ,t. I L 1 ,
Mrs. S. F. Gibbs (nlertaincd the Social Hay: J. O'llovLK. Hector.
|dilfunction last Thursday evening at and steps are being taken to secure one. along the front, we undertook to ask I .
'I! home of Miss Pearl Gardner. Ten Club and friends last Thursday eveningat him what the prospects were for gettingmore ,. \

; Indulged in the game of hearts un- We had on Monday the second of the her home, on New Haven avenue. shell down this way; he curtly Informed 1\1 UN ICII'\(.. : '

I leD o'clock, when dainty refresh- summer excursions. The yisitois-some- Mr. Chas. B. Faran, of Cincinnati, O, us that ho wall not bothering his ---40.---'_ i

Jettjwere served. Mrs. Julian A. Carrier thing over 700( ) of them-were from Jacksonville who has been a guest of Hotel Carleton lead about our road. Our taxes have TOWN COUNCIL.Mayor 4CROWNAsk I, :,I

succeeded f in capturing first prrze, /St. Augustine and Palatka, and I this season, left for his northern hume, been rained to tho limit down hero for ,
brought the Augustine colored brass the advancement of road and whilewe ; Adhrmur) Itradyt onl.h'rllll'lIl Jno. M.
diver heart our ,
and Gus the firbt
| Anthony but expects to return next January. 1)15.V.. It. Knox, Jim. It. Walker U. I.. ,,r I
illenun's, a heart shaped silver key band with them. They were mostly do not cure for our repiOHcntatlvo to (iMiilden. .:. L, llrady;asHeHxort I John Henry) > ,
:I While the consolation prizes fell colored people, though there was one Messrs. Frank Powell {and Clint Tole, "bother his head about our road," we clerk, ami treaxnrcrt O. H. Srhuylcrj I iimrslml JACKS::>NVI LLE. 1'
rMiM Browne and Oscar Elder. Every. car; for white people. In the afternoon left here, Wednesday for Chicago, muchto want our part of the road improved inproportion and\ collector t Al. H. Jones, jr The council J I
meets first '' In each month. 1.
:5! had a merry time, and the club c.m there was a game on the ball ground, the regret of their many young to the taxation wo uio compelled Tuesday

\, !II be proud of the success of their won by the St. Augustine team; and at friends, who will miss their pleasant to pay. ,

11 effort. night a dance In the armory. On Tuesday company.Dr. INDIAN KIVKIt GUARDS. .

afternoon the programme included Houghton in the Dentos left here LaGrange.Watering Drill at the Armory over mil,
Ire and county ) every
Urn J. A. Lovelace charter- the beach. All in all,
bicycle races on f >r Eden last Friday evening after spending ruesduy ovenlnir In the uenthatSo'clock. I IIt. !
Ji the launch Hyepus, owned by Dick it was the best behaved, most orderly four weeks of hard work In the den- K, MIMH, J II., Captuln. !

d |din last Saturday, and gave; some set of visitors we have had; not a case tal line. The Dr. and Mrs. Houghton trees Is the order of tho day. your Grocer for ,
Itheir friends( a tine day's fishing in the of drunkenness 6r disouler of any kind.
If. A stop was made at Cape Florida have made many friends here, who wilt Rev. E. N. Bell was visiting uncle HOARD OK TRADE.Merits "4 Crown" Butter.
I* luncheon welcome them back. "Shad" this week for short while. .
after which the party every second Weduesdaynight In each

_ liin enjoyed the sport of capturing Sebastian.Cool Capt Sam Martin took a jolly party of Miss Cavender, of Woodley, Is visiting Judge month M.at s N.:o'clock( In 'rooms over iniittolllco. Take no other. :
: Jon".Ir"81r'1'1It j Win M. Drown,
- pus! specimens of the finny tribe. sixteen to Melbourne Beach In his her friend, Miss Mary )Fcaxtcr.Mr. treasurer; J. (I. Jlast, secretary, .
I!. l song those prehent were Mrs. William I pietty yacht "Allegor" for a picnic anda ,
|der Mrs. and The took Collins, mail agent; on tho Titus-
Fonest Lake, Mrs. Julian A. nights no mosquitoes. dip In the ocean. Captain

Itptnter, Misses Culmar,.of Savannah ; sails again in order. his tOW boat over and put her In the villa and Hanford run, spent Sunday COUNTY; OI'KICKIIH.SCHOOL TRY BUG DEATH
Moonlight are
I iiI Elloise Moore, of Jacksonville; surf and the Misses Annie Goode, Carrie with T. A. Johnson I

IKitty McDonald and Messrs. J. D.'De. The bean growers have stopped ship Brown and Susie Carter, with the Messrs.[ It Is hit and dry. 08 In the shade on HOARD. "

Oscar Elder, Capt Delano andmold Sam Martin, Herbert Conkling and Alex Saturday: last, at 2 p. m., but much cooler '; :
J. M, Dixon, Tltusvllloj; It. N. Andrew. ON GROWING
I Lake. ping.Mr. Goode rowing on the rolling 2ia-
Erixson has the finest lettuce on enjoyed now. Cocoa; 8. V. Ulblis, Melbourne, ( .
waves of the Atlantic, they thought It I
Indian River fine sport and the others of the party on W. 8. Coats Is home on a visit from VEGETATION. '

:-Please mention the ADVOCATE when Col. Foulk visited friends In Roseland the beach thought so too. West Palm Beach Guess Lee could not COUNTY COMMISSIONERS\ -

filing advertisers. on Saturday. stay away no longer. W. H. Sharpe Bharjies, chairman| Joseph An Insecticide and
Mendel' ', ijiOrauce J. It. Walker lltuavllfei, srr1
cannot raise truck :
has to Eau Gallie fora Who says we {
Will Cozart gone; Eldora.Fred ,Im.IloustonRauhaute I .J.N. WshlerAnkoa.Itegutlar .
few days. when one and a half bushels of English sessions are held lint Monday In each U 'UE1t7 I'lantFood .
Georgiana. peas have been /gathered from two vines, month. 1 t, r1rr I

The government thermometer reached W. Hatch, of Oak Hill was over 33 yds. long. Who can boat It ? Combined. ,
the 11th. ......,.... ... M ,N
.:t' i-'. and Mrs. Kingman left last Tues- 0-2)! on one day this week canvassing for a. New Tho Ives place, on the hill U looking' COUNTY OFFICIALS. pa ..r..4.. .'

FI 1 for their summer home In Wisconsin Ocean surf-bathing parties are the or- York firm. fine, as well as the trees. Friend Tom Minor H.Jones, Tltusvllle!, circuit judge) I). ADVANTAGES OF USE:
der of day at present. of the Is seen carrying lots of water, and says L. (laulden, Tltusvllle, county judge; M.Uolditinlth .
P* E. V. Blackman and two II. J. Magruder, manager Day Tltusvllle, prosecuting attorney| Easy to apply, wind docs not blow it
em to leave here daughtei for New B The sloop Dora, Capt. R. G. Ilardee, orange grove at Oak 11111, spent Sunday ha Is bound to make them grow, rain or A. A. Stewart, Tltusvllle, clerk circuit! court; J. off, and rain will not wash It off. Prevents -

r'*, to spend the summer.In' on Friday. returned from a trip to the upper river with friends here. % not. Tltunvllle JI'. Woolen,,tax Cocoa collector tax; John assessor HenryTltusvllle; K. W. Hall,, blight. Non-poisonous and will

I Saturday. II J. Higginbottom, who after spending treasurer:'J. II Sums Courlenay, superintend not injure anything except Insect life;
Jewe/erg' '
Owen and daughter were passen"on is the here left for eat pulillo Instruction; J. O. FriesTltusvllle, an excellent plant food, and will Increase
| the Courtney last Thursday, to Bathing; In Indian River quite wlntprlrh relatives Note. Circular. county surveyor;J.1'.Jlrown,Tllusvllle,sheriff. growth of crop. (friend for circulars and .
a.,where they remained until Mon- proper thing hero now, our young people his old home near Jacksonville, on Saturday Jade and rock crystal with gold bands testimonials from those who have usedIt.

t. Citing their friends Mr. and Mrs. taking a dip almost daily. last. provide tbe newest of parasol and fine Try It-It will do all we claim. "

r r1 dPp.Yr'and. The steam yacht /Silver King stopped A. P. Wilkinson spent a few days last umbrella handles and are indeed ar -Do you want to buy or sell property DANroitTu CHEMICAL Co.,

I Mrs. Baldwin here this weeK, and filled her bunkers week with his parents, returning to tietio. Tbe head of a greyhound lu rock on Indian River ? If you do, write the Or Leomlnstcr, Mass.
and little daugh- Park Friday afternoon accompanied Indian River Heal Estate Agency, Tltns- It. J. Oen'l
returned home with cordwood Hawks crystal U a striking example. Jlartlnny, Agt.,
from Ankona e
Friday. ville Fla. See '(I.
Charles Gleason. jingo Jacksonville\ Fla. .
ith r. Baldwin was suffering very much Stanley Kitching Is again at home by Heads of foxes, horses, bulldogs a ,

Sieek asthma, getting no BleeP for nearly with his yacht, the Ladye Agnes, aftera etc., are well represented in umbrella ------- .
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year's absence at Miami. Jensen. bandies, !but, upon. tbe whole, conventional

? e friends of "Antie Hughes" The infant daughter of )Ir. and Mrs. designs of straight stick, crooks

bn to hear of her serious Illness Arthur Kroegel was baptized at the and !ball tops take precedence over bl-
)mi'b ammatlon of the stomach, which Methodist church last Sunday. Mr. Andrews U preparing to cover zarre effects. Bilverdeponit upon wood The Monarch of Strength is F FrY
"* on four acres of pineapples; others are preparing -
_ last mother of remain
. suddenly TuesdYla| returned home ivory and pearl pop
1kago'; Dr Holmes Imme- Miss May Kitching to do the same, more or less, according -
uit to the responded from her trip to Stuart on Saturday last, to their abilities.Dr. ular. \
r i'ki hasty summons and Is giv- all glad to welcome her The miniature fad baq iiivadod um '
J grease: his mOst careful atteniior. and we were Goo. W. Holmes, of City Point, .r
!t7as, reported a. slight change fore back again. was In town In a professional capacity a brellas. Portrait of beauties, real or LION'

) ki fuc8day moi"ning. It Is hoped R. A. Ilardee & Co., moved part of his few days since, being called on account ideal are let iu the fiat tops of the handles
,t soon recover. fishing'outfit to Eau Gallic\ the first of of the illness of K. D. Iloke, whom we ,

, the week The boats that went were now report as rapidly convalescing.Oliver Genuine dalntine.su li expressed in a .

- Send those of Captain Sim Park and Captain small brooch which iltuulutei iu enamel :' '
J the ADVoOATE an order for Others will follow in H K. Canby, president of the 'r'
'tDtlng you need.] my. Will Cozart. Columbia Fence Co., of Richmond, Intl., the delicate pink hues of the ,
1. few days. has )been in town for several days. In the arbutus with a diamSfid lu tbe center

Thelervlces of children's day was interest of his business, in which Is Included of eacb petal, and also achieve tbe peculiar j [r idl '1 s

White held In the Methodist Episcopal church a machine for weaving slats, now green of tbe foliage. 1 COFFEEo
City. at this place on Sunday night last, I ly used by some of our pineapple growersfor '
of It is well to know that Texas steer
. the Sunday school children, and some covering their fields. The machine
P are needing rain In this the finest speaking and singing ;that wo does excellent work. leather a nice thing for tbe handlesof I
vicinity. .-
heard was witnessed that night by silver mounted golf sticks, golf bags
1. J. M. ever James Holmes has made the first shipment
MI, One arespendI hundred people. That and banting belts. -
8 8ur ecmount over a training. of pineapples from this section. ( )
raer In t Ins of Va. what children can do by a little We have had letters from several of our Nut bowls are pretty objects which Its strength cornea from Its purity. It Is all puro coffee ,

LLatla Rooks U visiting In St. Lane delivered an able sermon old stand-by commission house stating come in both low and tall shapes of silver freshly roasted, and Is sold only In one-pound sealed
} I Pwtlne ror the last Rev. }Ir. the packages. Each package will maKo4O cups. Tho package -
two weeks. Sunday morning. In that Bahama pines are masquerading In and silver mounted ,lalL '
is John hero Is sealed at tho Mills so that the aroma Is never
Nytromand> children's service was held. their markets under the guise of Florida !
August Jloaknson1B evening a weakened It has delicious flavor. Incomparable
which claim U to InJure a
and was Conducted they going
to ,
o Palm Beach work for tbe a grand success A Toellrnl Note
to This was
n Madle Casen, who de- the reputation and sale of our pine, strength It Is a luxury within the reach of all

,II- \\fC by Miss deal of praise for the man- as they are inferior. If there Is no law "The Stars and Stripes oil Morro" .ii Insist on "Lion" Coffee

to Bomar: of Virginia, has arrived serves a which great she brought the young to prohibit this, there should be, and the title of at leant 20 brand new Never ground nor sold In buck

1. nbome Sand will 1 make White City his fu- children out, showing that they had the importer should be required to brand poem, and nearly every one of them None Genuine without Llon'a head.

,s trained by loving bands. his fruit as Bahama or Havana, the same rhyme Morro to "sorrow." One Impecunious dues cwt base Lion ('offs.n bis atone I,
deal 1 of public Improvements are been as the law requires Oleomargarine to be poet however, slldea in "001"row" If your Grocer tug SfUd/ plsro us bis u on atom ode! sad tb rn tddrvM, iHt not this accept w. ,
igdo sulMtllqt.
branded. Iii
this with flue saggestvenoss.AtTanta
th umraer, which speaksI'lettii. subscription ? YVOOUIO.V SPICE CO.. Tulvdo Ohio
l rng energy and confidence Have you paid your No one can complain of a lack of I el'l' have In the future of White If not, please do so. .

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:Iji '. tl INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MAY 19, 1399. ,


r and flavor of fruits, WAYS WITH AN ORANGE. Florida East Coast Ry.. Florida Central & Peninsular RaiII

COLOR and r.r Ik* A...tlt* a.4 AM......t *
''f' quality appearance ....... r.I.... I.
fJ! of vegetables, What mother does not remember tIM Tim. Table !. Effect Apr. 1$. 1999.

it and of difficulties in that period of a chil ', OCTX BO VXD (..*.4 De...L NORTH BOCYD (B 4 C5).
i .. weight plumpness grain, oonvaefceacwbea! be mart be amased.

are all produced by Potash. bat never to the point of wearinee s, BTATIOXS.rm .: .
gl :
when he be fed oftenenough I .:; 1 r. > NOBTHERX POINTS : =m I ih
mast :
i exactly
$ J ::; ry........................ J'.skao.vto. .......................Ant1I n R A= g'tn g= A9:1ga 1 ilti Ara I Ifi
and never too often and with : 'r.M..e..N.........NI.N...... ... .........................x- S 4 n. .! :: r = !
just the right food and morel __III .. ..................... .................. .AmtU ew 05p LT Tttosvtlle FEC Ar 2 Mp j....
nover.a tt( ........................ .. 9ausdaS.......................1..Z- a 30a ... ... C35p LT. ilL Anfrnitlna ArLT ..... 10 ana /3np-

PotashJproperly of anything alas? The following simple oot lorn" ..... ....... .............h1M1ra. ... .... .......... .... .t1 -.. ... ... 430p ., V4Sa2na ... ... lOOp t ,.Jacknon vlUfl...AiLT. ... ... I ooa18a ...... 740p 8 5strap."p

uggettisnt from Good Housekeeping I r ) .. .. ................ .Fa< 1........ p. .......... .........AMn sta. Ar.Sernandlna..Lv.Yule..Ar : . $ ...:. <&Ap615p I0.
.,. :
are intended login o belp It such time: I Ar';.. ............. ............. Yar.o .. ............ ....X-v 1 su .::::: Stop : :.:..:.: .. :.:..:.::.:.I.Itp 9 SOp: Ar.....Everett.....Ar .... ... T30aeeoa .......... Slop400p 73n630a
.. 30a I
Select an orange having a flexible -i2i t-.. "...................... 11.1_ ................. ....... ...A.m.. uut U4torS .......... 1 7 ...... l ... .. ...... Ar. Brunswick, .Lv .... 5 ana ?. ,
combined with Phosphoric akin. With a sharp pointed knife trace ''u ...' "v..N................... Je.t, P&laUt&........................Le.r. : ...... .... &37i.' \ :. ... 1169p1209a Ar... .Savannah. ..XT ..:....... 6 43* ...... 307p ...'
t u lAp ......................Gt.-w..N. a T1?* : f Otip 123SpIlSp. Ly..8arannah..AI' SOSa 11411& 2 acp
.. Acid and Nitrogen and the form of a basket Cut away the 'I?; I. .M. .........................Deytoaa. _....................... 111 tits '.:::: ::: :: t23p104Ap :::::: 2055Ar.FairfaxS.C..Lv, .... .. SOOa308a 6 ana,12 Ma3lOa ::
raperflooofl! peel and carefully remove t tiel .. .......................Pon Orea"................... .... .. B4IpI 'U. ...... .. .... 300p... .. 26/1a ..Denmark 8 C ..... : 12 lOa'
the The basket i. if lee I t &Ii9t ........................: 8 Jn......................... 3Dp .fttte. ...... ...... ...... 135p .... .. lMa Angueta,0a. ...... .. .. 820a "
liberally applied, will improve palp. prettier $4.p y ................... Oak Hlfl. ..................... .. t Sp .. .... ...... ...... 4J1p: ...... 4V.* Columbia, 8. C.Spartanbarc .? .: 1247aBObp ..:.. 10.3Sa;, r.
f, edge is notched with scissors. Serve in a... I i/ipi/ ..........................'ritn.vn'.. .......................... .. JflfipIS 9uftnKTWKfaX ...... .. .... ...... ., ... .. 110:5:" /, S CAbbeville . .. ...:.. ..
.. .. I ........................ ...... .,:. 14e> ,'' .C. .... 2 05p .. .
soil and increase yield .a .ttJI'.u.. .... ...... ...... P .? ,' ..
this lemon .
; every the jelly made with 'ilia tin. N... I" .. ..............111...... ;;. ...............111..1.. .. I ... ::.... ............. .s yip'' .. .00. H Charlotte X. C.SalUbnry ..... I020p82Sp 8"1' ..
I which Is one of the earliest and most ...... ......................... JItoekw.a.. ......................... .. I II. ..... ... .... ......101..p .:.... 1141a >.C. '. .:.:. 14.Sal, ..
and quality of any crop. allowed ...... 4 ......................... E&a GeJUe ......................... .. 8I ...... ...... ...... ... ... 1127P6COa .... mop: "OreenlboflO.N.C" ..... 720p07p ... I ..
acceptable thing. a conva ..... a 1fJ ... ................_ ........ ... .It....... .. 4l. ...... .. .. .. ...... 12Ya ...... 130p Danville, Va !... ..... 41)61 ..
Write and Free oar pamphlet which levant Tbe effect Is charming and I. I ...... ".. ......................... )1llb.lenr.a......................... .. 12| 09ftI ..... ...... ?.. ... .. ... ... 62Sp325p Richmond,Va. .. .: 1200n ... .: Hon'
get child will ...... IOJpt .. ..........................a.batiaa.......................... 11 iM .. .. ...... .-..... ...... H'\a..... Charlottesville. 365p215p ... 255 p
tell bow to and fertilizer withcreat.est sore to delight! << some ...... I .......... ....... ... .. .. :::::: ..
buy use ... .8L Lotei 1. .................... 11 Wa 1.1. ...... ...... ...... \ ... .. 52Xp ? 1223aeoo ..
and times tempt a fastidious adult It may ...... II ".. .........................l'on Ptere........................ ii ...... ...... ... ... ...... 41\Oa.7Ka .... .. 9.(ftp Washington ... lll.la ... .. lIIon:! .
economy profit.OERflAN ............................ ... ..... ... ...... B IUmore' 8aza: ..
be that made from .a41 ,. Ed#n.Hob. .......... JO n. ... ..... ...... 9I2a900p ..... I25p .. Hr."
suggested here jelly ...... I. 'P .. ........................... .1......... ... ....................... i016a ...... ... .. ... ... ......11&1& ... 2Y Philadelphia .::::::. '12Oa'. .... a7tp2lOp ..
KALI WORKS. the juice of oranges is more delicate ...... I .......................... IUnan ........................... 10Ofa, .... ...... .... ..... ..... ..8230.. :New York ......12ISa00p:! :.... 2'.1p ..
1 9j NSMM 5C,New Ytrfc. and and often ...... ; ...1................ Hound.WnrtJnp4t.r......................... 8 .... ...... ...... .. .. : .. lOOp "'.. ...lJo ton......" ... .. .. .... ..
easily digested more ...... I39p ...................... .. ................;....... t Z3& ...... '
pleating to the Invalid than the sharper ...... ( Up .. .....................W.., Palm Beach..................... ...... ...... ...... ..-.:-: 800J1'LY' .Jacksonville.Ar...... ...... "",.'
acid of the lemon. The of ...... Sp .......................... IIoJ.IOD .......... ................ .21. .. ... / ran'!'...... ...... ...... 10l2pA20a Ar.... Everett. .... LT ...... ...... ... .. S441pj. 8V
juice one ... .. 545,1 ".. ........................... Uelny. .......... ............. .. 1' :... to ......,. ...., ..... .... Atlanta.... ........... .. .. ..1' 10:1 3o
lemon mutt, however always be addedor ...... .17Jt ..................../.Fort Laad.'da'1 1.to ...... ....... '30ItOp., ..Chattanooga.. .......... ...... .. .. 6:
DECORATIVE TABLEWARE. the result be ...... I' ..................... Lemon atT ..................-. .. 6V* ..\... ....' .1..1.I ... ..i .. ... ...Cincinnati... .. .. ...... ...... inVo.
-- -- may insipid. ...... Arrive ...........................Miami.... ............ ..... ...:. lets ...... ; .
r, The Large flyer C..lor and Small One little shot in was to pleased with
NEw SMYKXA ASP ORAXKK CITY JUXCTIOX.Ko. ;S4 makes connection for Brunswick arriving Brunswick 820p.m.
Flatter riatr ttevlyed. his bright backet quivering jelly that i.K. li STATl g. iVo. 22.0 For New' Orleans train leaves Jack.onTllle 920 a. m.. with through!: ilerirlnr .-
be could bear and I 7:44 a. m. Only tbroneh sleeper line. Arrives Jackaonvllle from
with Orleans \
I The woman of taI! <> devises a variety not to part Y101.. LT... ...... ... .......... 'vw binyvu. ...-..Ar-Uiipi 1 leans 1-11)dew m. .
of decorative bit for the table simple after the jelly was eaten the basket was 4 Obp1121.{ . ................. .... Lak.He1n .LrjlilOp 4 aSp p. only sleeper leaves Jacksonrllle for Tallahassee at 7M p. m.
1T1,113va ./.... ... ........... .. Qty. .,................... ., np 430p Sundays
change* which can be made at one timeor d14Ss Ar.._._....... .. .. ...Oran. Qty Jsaetlo..................... I12 b3.' 43)p SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.
,. another by the grouping of different At traiae tw. a }Stm femym ad Or .t. Qty Junction EMily except sunday. Nos.:35 and 38 Fart Mall, Sleepers between. :Sew York and Jacksonville and the .Cln
colon or tints in china or glaaA. To af *- Sleeper via Asb.YiIl.
oa.33 and 34 carry tbroneh sleepers between JacksonTllle and :New York In connectlo
>Ut in this object The Home Decorator KEY WEST AND HAVANA. 8 and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.

notes number of things which No.36 carries Cincinnati Florida and Havana Limited from Jacksonville to Allan,
a are
Th. rl..m. of the Florida Lat Cent EUam.hly to follow.
n Company are appointed Mil aa : Chattanooga and Cincinnati. This Is brought to Jacksonville by No.' :37.
charming in an ornamental way: .t.. of 'n.m Mtamk.ll:30 p. ra. Tue.lay. and Fridays. Ant,. Key All baeeage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickers will still be sold at the city
'' t, For instance nothing is prettier for X.an.r_ West tHty to West! ':9u p. Wadneadaya and Saturdays. Train U connect office tot. Hogan Street as well as at the Union depot ticket office.

i '4 the hot bread plate than a good design K.T with steamer.wn1'r L.A. SHIPMAN, A. O. P.A. F.C. WRIGHT,Dis. Pass.Agt., 202 W

in blue either in Canton china or a .et. From Key West 9:90 p. M. Wednesdays. aid Saturdays. Arrlv A. O. MacDONELL, Gen. Pass. Ag
l SUDda .. .
IJIam15:3Js.m.Thursday. ya< coau.cttngwith train 7*

;A cream background in which delicate aurr..Yep )I.. Froze MUmt a. m. Mondays .ad Thund.y.. Arrive Key

1 flower in this same hue are artistically FAKCIES IK ORAKGK8 t. and West T .. so. Monday and Tb a radar a. Leave K., W.nt 9 p. m.
t 'f grouped. For table colon blue I. gen'eralljr lr... H.T... same daya. ArrlT tiavat 6 a. m. Tuesdays and Fridays. ,
r 1 preferred It restful to the e"e.baa referred in the refrigerator for his use tAMrklng .! From Havana ..III." direct for Miami. 11 a. m. Tneadayt
4 and all kind. of nourishing portionswere K., W_t and Fridays. Arrlv. Miami ft a.. m. Wednesdays and Saturdays,
:, a cleanly look and U inviting in ap received by bin with enthusiasm ...............1. coonrctlnv with tr lo 78.Ml "

I pearance.In from dish TheM Tint. Tabi.* .how the Urn. at wbiek train aad boat, may be expect*!to ant..and 'SRouthern
oatmeal seta the white china b a so interesting. 4epen troy the ev.rml Matloo. and port, bot their arrival or d p.nun at the Urn. :
Carefully remove all the peel of the .*a *d la ..* raara-leed..or dos s.M Oompaay hold ttotf mponaibl for any delay or anyeresQos.oes
invariably chosen particularly when .
t therefrom.7.e.opy
F lightly- decorated with flower of a delicate orange except a band three-quarters of an.taf tim..rd call at tX west Bay 8tr.*t. JackMavUl. or addrc .i If
t in which an inch wide around the middle. Cut J.r.BiXrrTriTH.TramlUaacr. J. D. RAHXm. A. d. P. A.
nature are given
f this band at one point and separate the _._.Jt..A 4-- _
I in gilt or a deep border of the
sections from each other without detaching .
j name Very often the dishes are quaint
them from the band of peeL
in form and are tasteful acceasories for BETWEEN TITUSVILLE AND SANFORD.
Service'Out of Florida.
Excellent <<>>
Rest this upon a pretty plate. The child :
u this
one coarse.
it yet to be seen who will not bail the 8OVTHBO""D ORTHBOCXi
j Formerly the large silver castor was In Erred April ::14. 1899So. -
all the On sideboard one attractive yellow semicircle with joy II. So. J2. ___ NORTH EAST WEST.
rage. every )llrrd.
and tpend a Icng time happily in slowly Mired ,
\f was found. Then they lost prestige and DaUyex. STATIONS.Dally ex.gun. .
demolishing the appetizing little day. Sunday. .
'1 finally disappeared as a table adornment '
row. The entertainment may be length Ift-&O.m Lv. .. TfTCSVILLE. aM-pm '" '
but. like all good things they ened and varied almost wijbont limit 1041 amiLy.! ... ..La Irange..Ar 543 pm a THROUGH PULLMAN DnA WING BOOM CABS THOBOUOHFAR
I rerired. and are now more resplendent 10M sm,LV.... ..... lIml ....... .Ar :137 pm
by an ingenious mother with a facultyfor 1101 am Lv..Trnbull..Ar 628 pm1I'
l' than ever in special carvings of silver amtLv..Aurantta..A COACHES, VE8TIBTJLED TRAINS.
telling the line of 8 62'lJm1II.m'Ly. .
as even
b I I with to beauty in filigree that isnnsnrpanHcd story ...,.... MaJto..n..A FOlpm '
four orange quarters lends itself readily to 1144 .mILy........COw Greet..A .4 pm)2te I
t and with some or five the imagination and be made to ..... ... .tf'e1l..Ar 42:1: rm NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS.
n, a cut glam bottles of exquisite patterns.In may 1220: .mILy.. ......G.rfleld..... .. ..A .10 pm
table setting they should a represent a wide range of things from IY3n .m'Ly.' ... ... .n.e..Ar 4'10 pm Throneh Vestlbnled Drawing-Room Sleeping Cars between Tampa and Kw T
occupy stars in the sky to pigs in a pen. 1340 atn:Lv..Enterprlle Jane..Ar 3M I'm via Jacksonville Savannah and Colombia without change.
,w4,' ,t aide or center place according to the 100 pm Ar.... ....Santord........ L. 330 pm
i This it for amusement only, with no
floral decoration given. and although "
a I
design on the appetite. Cut with a pen rr Ticket will not be sold to Ma I long between Sanford and Enterprise, nor will ticket to "UNITED STATES' FAST MAIL.
beautiful addition still the salt and such polnu issued by other lines l he honored on K. E. C. H' trains. Ticket may be sold SanfordtoEnierpriMand
knife a face or rather a most simple vlt-eTena. Pullman DraW -Room Buffet Sleeping Car between Jacksonville and New'
individuals hold their own how. .
pepper via feavannah and Columbia.
outline of eyes, nose and month upon
ever ornamental the castor be.
may the peel of the fruit Mount the -
: In decorative diahos the cut glam bottles orange Embracing Lynchburg Charlottesville
upon a tumbler of Jon the right size
; for tabasco and worcesterpbire Baltimcre and
Washington Philadelph
''s'' the draped with a email doily. Gently pulling
sauces are acknowledged novelty
for the coming eea.' oa They are beau- the napkin in one direction and another Pullman Drawing-Boom. Sleeping Cars to Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga
changes the position of' the bead Cin=.U.
; tif nl in deeignand of pretty size. Many
in a comical manner. Tbe'Dame of this
of theoe charming affairs are tinted in
Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
I bilious looking individual it "Jimmy
red and zv
green Fashion has yellow.now decreed that the Doy.II and grown ups al well children 'vy"Ob Cincinnati via Columbia and Asheville, Through
{ like to play with him.
dessert plate should be one of gorgeous -

ti colon, so for tho formal dinner or "LAND OF THE SKY."
What to Do With Cold Turkey.Good -.. .
luncheon one dozen can be selected of Limited
I Dally Train. For Cincinnati via Everett.
Housekeeping givu.some recipes -
{ different tints, providing they are all
for tastefully serving the "left
f the same design and the same size.
of the The first it For detailed information to rates, !
1. over" parts turkey. as schedules sleeping car reservations, .to. ipp
Bread and butter still hold
of the
sty agent bovTiicnN: RAILWAY or Us eonuectioas.
( for a turkey pudding. To every pint of
their own. but are smaller than formerly
finely chopped cold cooked turkey qdd
more gorgeous in color and wonder
,1: fully decorative in appearance.The one tablespoon I of butter one-half B. W. HUNT, Florida Pass. Agt., 212 West Bay Street Jacksonville F1

r small butter plato which for cupful milk' the whites of three eggs 7. M. GULP w A. TURK, S. H. HBDVII

: I years bad such a run has now come to and alt pepper and parsley to taste. Traffic Tanager, u,,,,. Pats Agt.. A88t- Gen. p, ., 'lit
V ,
ftHliiutflou D. C.
Mix well it after ushju.'iua, D. C. Auauta
: robbIng to a paste
the front again and is taking
of the larger ones. At many I which add tbewbiteaof the eggt beatento ,.,, .. April io, 1899.MALLORY. ,
a stiff froth. Fill custard cups stand
houses butter plates are abolished altogether
k them in water and bake for about 30
the informal the
} even at meal jFSrk
bread and butter being passed by the '
Hash. Mince cold boiled fi LINE.
L maid. Turkey or STEAMSHIP .
roast turkey, and to each cupful add

j r. Chapped !Hand two tablespoonfuls of batter, one-half

j'' One of the tiresome little everyday cupful of milk and two thin slices of Florida, New York,

i I ills is chapped hands and skin. Some onion or a little grated lemon peeL Sea. i Philadelphia and Bost

,I skins are tender and susceptible to From It rung wick(direct), to :New York.
very ton with salt.and pepper. Stew it, and "

every change of atmosphere and. when done serve on nicely toasted bread. I PASSENGER SERVICE.

"i though they remain white in summertime Turkey Bone Soup.Cover the turkey Tri-"T cckly Sailings Y To make connections with steamers leave Jack-
on Thursdays at &! "0 via Fernandina and "Gor.s
they become rather like a nutmE'ggrater bones and with of a. m.
a quart (Cumberland Route). Arrive Brunswick 5-3Up.m. Pas
h or the scales of a full when the cold water. Let 'simmer three boon; ti t route. Or. via all rail IeavingJacksonvtlle4:30: p n>
weather is cold. To this & I'), via Everett and Southern R'y. Arrive llrunswn'
.. prevent you strain Chop whatever meat there is on
BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.Calling p. m. Pasitengers on arrival go directly aboard attaint
must always use warm soft water to the bones and return to the soup with .

wash in. and while the hands are still one slice of onion a few celery stalks, PROPOSED SAILINGS

!i damp and only half dry rub into them. cut fine and two or three spoonfuls doe LT. New York Pier 21 E. R.,3:OOp. m., (Standard Time.) Lv Bra:

rj. any good cream or preparation that Simmer five minutes. Beason with salt ( at Charleston S. C., both ways) Friday ..... ............ .... ......RIO GRANDE ....... ..... .... .. FriiUTir'rj'J\\
Friday May.. i... .. ... .... ........ .. .. ... COLORADO.. .................. ... ..
the akin. Next 'ta1'
t of tens dry them with a and pepper Add one cupful cream or Friday, 12: . RIO GRA..DE..F.
;t t -warm, thick towel till there U not they' rich milk and verve at soon at it boils The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe Frida 19. ... .. .. .::::::::::::::::.......COLORADO...................,.. Friday
very least trace of moisture remaining : op- For general Information,steamers trains rates etc., apply to any railroad scent!or t tIjAalll
X, on the skin. The water that you wash GILL S. A.,2''O W. Bay 8t.actwor.

in can be softened with the addition ofa I P..... Brittle IT H. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent, Brunswick Ga.
!f MALLORY,.General Agent Pier 20, E.1U1'8r.and 3$S Broadway, \. y
little oatmeal or bran. Make a tiny Chop very fine one teacupful of nuts. Clyde New England and Southern Lines.

muslin bag fill with the oatmeal and Grease pane with batter and stand on

throw into the water a few minutes before the back of ttove, where they will keep Direct Service Between

I waahing. Then squeeze out and hot Take an Iron pan and allow it to HOMESEEKERS

'wash in the cloudy water. The bag get hot Put into U one pound of pal Jacksonville and. Boston and all Eastern Points. .. p "

y can be used two or three times but no verised sugar and stir constantly until ,

longer, as they quickly get sour. Two it baa all bean dissolved and not one (Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways)

I 'or throe times a day rub the cream into second longer for fear It may barn SEMIWEEKLY SAILINGS Who are Seeking a Home in the South should send to the undersign I

the skin well just a suspicion of it. Keep the pan on the back ol theaters

and dry well with a clean towel Th and add the chopped peanuts, and poor Southbound....:.................. .r... ..... ............. ............from Lewis ''Wharf Boston copy of theFlorida .

,akin should look quite red after and you into the hot, greased pana. Spread very Northbound..... .................... ... .... .*>. ..,.. .... from loot of Ilogan Street Jirktonrllle

. ,, '.r fehould fool the blood circulating in threins. thin. Any other nut may be used in the Homeseell

.. same way. The secret it net to allow East Coast

I ii the sugar to come to a boil only to Clyde's St. Johns River Line.

Tit. C.romla.Ylll. SaaIt *. melt, before adding the oats says ThaDesigner.

; '- ii little and thing" AND SANFORD.
11' ,aid the CumminsTille sage, "to give a We
sunny smile and a cheerful word to the I'ur.rtt. Jckxivlll,ral&tk ,tUnfont.Knurprie FU.and intermediate Undine on the St.John's. River have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing
-Th.elegant Iron Sld wbe l 8 tenner-
downtrodden and unfortunate. The only "And yet"be exclaimed striving to WInter and Summer Hornet. Climate the healthiest in the United States.

I j drawback is the danger that it may encourage seem cheerful, "I shall still pursue the "CIT i OF JACKSONVILLE. Apply to

' him to try to borrow money bright visions of hope I" CJUT. W. A. SHAW,

try 'i from you. "Cincinnati Kuqnlrer.Il Ikryl did not love him, but the pitied Leave JacltlOn1'i1l.1'\Ieadafl.' Thursdays and Sundays at J JO p. m. JAS E. INGRAHAM Land CommSssione

.I.Ii i him. Returning Laves Sanford Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays ai 9:00 *, m.

I r ; "Ob chase yourself I" the pleaded for FLORIDA EAST COAST R'T

.r Opl...,.. the sincerely desired to save him farther

I ,f. "People ought not to take children to pain.-Detroit Journal.A CenM Passenger and Ticket Office, 204- W. Bay St.,Jack ST. AUGUSTINE Fl

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the theater said the bachelor --- =.=--
,; "Not if they can possibly avoid it." W. II. A. I F. M. IRONMONGER*.. FU.Paa. Art-
>ut .. Crack.. JuowUniiawla.SawTorl. I *H West Hay 8u.Jacksonville, ITa.
I ti answered the young mother. .Tbe noi"e C. F. LOVEIX. AMI.ri*. 'I JOHN. L. }tUW ARD. SuMrintcodent. The ADVOCATE does
.. on the stage does keep the poor littlthings Why U a blizzard like an 18 stone JacksoavUla.ru. | Foot Hoa 8t..JACbon'fW" Fla.TIIEO. neat clean Job Printing
". ." highlander Because it's a heavy Gael O. KUEK. T. M., ft Bowling Green, New York. ,
\Vahluirton Star. -
r'; awake BO. ...."...J, m.t .---. I WM. P. CLYDE CO.. O.a.ral ArU.a Hi
,I ;f" -- BowllBK O..w.w York. II ... U.l....* A v*.. Phila4lphU. W Prices to Snit th

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ATLANTA, GA.TEL The Colonnades 8EAIWF.E7.E; FLA.; ERALLY BECOMING. Routhrrn'n (SpUn.ll.t dew All-the-ti

E..t.rn ...91'tI.

Since the burning of the Inn, I have leased this popular house, which will' re- fp to DM* Drr. Furor Tail, SlimKttrrt The new trains', Now.' 3:1: and :.14, knownan .
f == JlT main open all summer. Surf bathing, Ocean pier, fine fishing, shade trees, etc -K..r. '.:'tr.ftt..I' ....hloll.. the "New Yoik and Florida Ksptcsn," j
v Terms leasonable. Dus meets all trains at Daytona Station. hlr-\ llmrv for rrntal: nnllon recently Inaugurated by the .SouthernHallway

HERBERT E. SMITH, Lessee. Btirklr. 'n.. K.c_" Mrllih lint. System, giving the bent through .

It would seem almost impossible' that service' to the Northern cities that Florida

TITUS VILLG. .n.tblnK'dbCluctly new can be addedto l has ever linn, according to tin announcement .
the varied assortment' of winter rrcinlly made, :flu to bo
We bOW have our fashions; operated the year louud. I

IN=IAN' RI'CTER 30Z'EIJ' which are many and dissimilar, and Innddltlon to (be through Pullnuii.

may take cur choice, Influenced only by Palace Cam, the "New York and flor.
TITUSVILLE, tastes and pocketbooks It has become '
ld.i JoIPrl'II8"tile... Hut-clous toadies' ,

\ INDIAN RIVER, lending Jacksonville nt 8:20:: n. m, for

FLORIDA. Washington, making connect inn At

Urernsbiuo via Ifaltlgh, arriving ui Norfolk
I. : % nt 7:M-1. 1m.., and at Iui 1 1 lilt., arriving

; -. J. O. BAST, Proprietor. aY at Itichmond n ti!:0/ n. m., nnd ai-

,r riving nt Wnshlnutcn nt 7:4.: A. in.,
making connectionlth\ the "Colonial
R The hotel fronts on the
wWeswerpnlbnyinlllrs( KxpiCM": \ for ItONtnn and nil New F.ng-

+, 1 { ), In width), formed by the land pntnta. ThU train art Ives\ ut ll.tlllinoio -

won a t16, i 'yoi n, al i ;'' Indian River, making It n nt 'ICl'J: : 1\. m.; l'hlllul'llhII| 11IM: >

.I ,delightful summer re- a. 111., and New Yoik at :2: :fl ]I'. m.
i AlII1Gl ,,4'' nt inn? u ii I 1)m u IAa sort. Constant cool
The United States Fast Mull Unites
\ i'r a ": '' bi'eczes frum the sea and ,
b.iy. Flowing sulpliui Z\: aiidilUl;: I'mnlnInclllln ('d, |tnlng at
GA. ,unvrt r.s. ,!. ai, springs Special sumnier S:nn p. nn. for tlm Not I h. '
Ivp rate
p T of the South.Imedc.n ? For further Inloniintlon RIIII rotes,

sleeping car l'ut'I\'II11un.., apply' to any
and European plans. We cordially Invite the patronage of the bestrswerclal
[ Business and Tourist travel. Centrally located, only three blocks agent connecting linen, or tolF..betllt'o I f

n m Union denot, at highest point In city and away from all noise, dirt and smoke The Conlnl I Ontary.Scene. 4 Hunt, r'loilda PussenwAgentlJ' | :! West '
trains. Every modern Improvement known to science. Cuisine unexcelledfwyhotelln I HEMS I OF INTEREST, .-Office of n publisher. Enter 1 l l i l Hay'St., arkiinntll1i) Fin. 1 liipr-K'jul\
a the South. Free Bus meets all trains. Rates, American plan,
I, 3.50 j()w $1.50 per day; European plan, $1.00) to 3.00 per day It is raid that out of 160,000,000women a genius. I tba II I I I II
GEO. Genius- want to see manager There are three newsy' little American
W. COLLIER, Jr., Manager. iu India not more than 1,000* I ICI iI
r of the book depart nit'nt. papers In Manila.
000 can read. Boy-Oh, there isn't end, sire]
It In easier to eiiitcb ourl'll'h'Vltli'
All of the New Testament'haa'' been I Genius Well, who looks after the rASIIIONAllt.lt eIlIlTV)!Foil. n
file Holland ATLANTA, translated for the first ,time, into one of I, pictures? decidedly n "go aa you ploasn" season' thousand vii tllell limn to correct ournolvcs -

2 -20AGA. Avenue: the Australian native dialects by twu Boy-That's'done by machinery, ilr. Oonta range from boleros to rediDgotes, of n ttlnglo, I lli"mgbt.Itruycte.Ilb'utnrci's | ..

German missionaries.To Genius-Isn't there clerk who can skirts arc single, double, plain or trimmed

protectpassengers from the extor- examine patents? and bodices distractingly diverse Iron Xt'r\- ,
Two Blocks from Union depot All Modern Conveniences. tion of cabmen in Havana the lampposts Boy-Quite unnecessary, sir. Everything in their trliuiriuRi.. however, It must Wns the ii'Hulr, of III*! splendid health l

MBS. F. ,A. VOORIIEES, Proprietress, !are painted in various colors-red for that can bo invented bus been in be admitted that on the whole the present Indoiiiliublt Mill\ mid tremendous eneigyme
the central district, blue for the second, vented. ,fashion of dress does not favor the not found wlu-iu bionuicli, Liver
Rates, $1,00 to $1.60 per day. Phone 1G29.JACKSONVILLE. Genius I Well I want to leave a but ii arranged ;:I and ItuwcU of outer It
green for the thud eta. I I short-or.. plump- figure. ,.. I Kidneys: !, : .I me nut
Naval experts put down the active novel, a picture and au in en. < especially for the lull mm slim, although you WIIIH i lit NU qumihUics i and i the success- "
life of a modern battte&bip at about 15 Boy-You meet be rather old fnhioued the closely! gored skirts amid they bung) use Dr. King's Now Life
A hundred battleships sir. All sorts of work is done fashionable belted bodice's lire (decidedly\ 1'11111. They deivlop every power of }
years. years ago mental In uln, nod bodv. Only :a.V.t: at Jo'. S. ,
lasted nearly fix times as longaud were nowadays by photography. becoming to tint average figure. (:hatrt ,,'$ ding otoic.
on active service; nearly the whole of Punch. Furls KO extremely fashionable this
winter that narrow ,trimminga adorn
their commission.
HOTEL PLACIDE JACKSONVILLE, FLA. falls in Consequently Infer coats and gowns, tail are conspicuousin 'Tho most niuliibiu \people, arc thus

Main Street. Snow rarely when in the Smyrna.performance of millinery, while entire capes and I who leant wound lliu elf love of others.

the coats of fur are prominent fashions In -Itruyore. ,
Puccini's "La Boheme" recently
UXDER NEW MANAGEMENT. property "suowflakea were almost as the mantle department. Fur and feath'l I There U (Ms paradox In lH'hle-lt. i
OPEN ALL THE YEAR. ers, tucks and cording", with ap
large as newspapers there was no criticism makes some mien ridiculous, but pru-
taco and robes
pliques, and ceqnin 11107bo
CENTRALLY LOCATED. from tbe audience. vents olliets becoming Colton. I
importance so.-
indeed! considered the utmost Iq
In I 1801 Franca had three towns with iu tlio world of dree
'Buss meets all trains; a good Livery for use of guests. over 100,000 inhabitants, while Eng 1' s\1 Buckles, buttons rued 1 hatpins show Volcanic KruptloiiHAio } ?

Thoroughly renovated throughout._ Baths, electric bells, good sample rooms. land and Germany had two each, but ) the rage for crystal, and tiny buttons, grand, but SkIn Eruptions| rob
in 1870 the figures were: England, 18; mid evening 11ftIIr joy llucklen's Arnica Salvo ,
well f '(1tol arranged on
Rooms, 75: cents to $1.00 per day. Board and room, $2.- to $:.150 per day. Germany, 10, and France, 9, while in LJ1 blouses( mud: bndlcoH, are delightfullysmart CIIICH Ilifin; 111..011111.! running and Fever

Special rates by week or month. 180(1( they stood: England, 80; Ger and uncommon. Tiny buckles of /Sores, Ulcers, Dolls, Felons, Corns,

many, 28, and France, 10. paste or crystal are liberally UHud on Wails Cuts, Hruluvs, ', Burns, Scalds,

King Charles of Ronmania's Rem gowns to fasten rows or I'Itlnl'' : of velvet, Cbnpped hands, Chilblains. Host I'llo 1
tariffs M Restaurant. turn on enttli. Dilveit out pains and
.: brandt, "Esther Human and Ahaauerua ribbon or to small fastenings in bows, nclies. Only 2'cls:! a box. Cure guaranteed i
lent to the coronation exhibition rosettes mind folds. Sequins) are na popular I. bold by r, 8, (,ChnfToo druggist.1'lti'i:01' i
Open from 7:30 a. ,m. to 11:30: p. m. Everything fiist-class at moderate at Amsterdam, had a nail driven throughit us of yoru, but chenille is now intermixed ,
by the carelessness of the bangers.An mid black chenille, combined
rates. : CIIAltUK.
attempt has been made to repair it, with black nud steel coquins! figures on

f CIIAS. A. MERRITT, Proprietor and thu sum of $2,600; has been sent to tr the handsomer typo of robe, which bus Any ndnltsufTeiIng from n cold settledon

the king to compensate him for the only to bo mounted. nt the waist to wear the hi east, bioncliltln, tin'out or lung;
damage done over n Ilk tllp. troubles of any nature, who will call nt. ''I
Ncr The sketches given are typical of i Fred M. ClinTee's( ding store, Tllusvllle, i(
The Travelers' Hotel t I There is a vust difference in one's re come of the prevailing styles The long or.). 1'. Coopei's ding store, Cocoa, Fla., r
,: spect for the_ man who has made him coat of sen! brown plush i is made witha will bo, presentedvlih I, a Hiunplo hottlll orUIlIoclwtl'
Management, self and tbe man who has only made II hip seam and fastens with stool but leimini Syiu|>, flee of charge.
his Only one bottle given to one person, and
tons., The capo t is bordered with mink
none to clilldien without order front
heritage can father bequeath to fur, and rovers of guipure over white, j141 omits.
his children like a good name. Nor is 1'i No throat or lung remedy ever hail
Service. there in a family any richer heirloom such n salons DoHcheu's German Syrup
Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete I
than tbe memory of H noble ancestor.J. .- I! 11.W.eu. In nil parts of the civilized woild. Twenty -
THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA Hamilton. years ago millions of bottled wcro

I 1f'fake car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers _n.__ given away, nnd your druggists will tell
KM marvelous It Is
you success! wan
The ancients believed rheumatism
1 I I really the only throat and lung I'cmody
the work of demon within
was a a man.
FLA. who has bad attack of t generally endorsed by physicians. Ono
H HOTEL OXFORD JACKSONVILLE Anyone an 75[ cent bottle will prove Its value.
Opposite St. James Hotel. Bciatlo agree or that Inflammatory the Infliction rheumatism Is demoniac will "Yf'8, you cnn come, Tommy; but I t Hold by doubts In civilized countries.

Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and enough to warrant the belief. It has have plenty protection now.-lick Me I II \, 1)nrrington prlnclpQ
homelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleasant never been claimed that Chamberlain's Un 1CV. / graded
stay. Rates reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when in Jack.sontifle. Pain Balm would cast out demons butit school, Qulnoy, Fla., writes: Have used ::
very will cure rheumatism, and hundreds Narrow Itlbbon TrlminlnK. Jc. Ii(. A. blmmoris Liver Medicine 15! I
MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. bear testimony to the truth of this state- The rage for the running and gathering years. Cures nervous headache, chronlo )
ment. One application relieves the pain, of narrow ribbons so far, shows no constipation, I Indigestion, torpid liver I i
and this quick relief which it affords Is of abatement, for trimmings of foul breath, In Rack Ilaye had enoughof /
alone worth many times its cost. For sign /cllln's nnd Draught b11I1t"JUlit
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. sale by all druggists and medicine deal narrow ribbon appear upon much of the as good. They don't fool mo again
Hotel II Geneva .. ers. lace with which the Intent evening
Cor. Forsyth and Cedar Streets. gowns are trimmed. Skirts of net for J

instance will be arranged with many FREE
Dritd bananas are now being exportedfrom
Completed baths, etc., on every floor. Gas and I
In 1895. Modern Improvements, little flounces of cream guipure, '
and electric lights, passenger elevator. Artistically and elegantly furnished. Queensland. They are Intended as each flounce will be edged with very CONSULTATION

Recognizing the fact that Tourists are looking for low rates for first-class a substitute for talking In British pud narrow silk ribbon, gathered on to the T fSTYLlsll )

accommodations, this house Is making very reasonable prices by the week, dings. lace, either in cream color or in some 1 with our homo treatment. We are

month or season. Rates, per day, $2.00. Weekly rates on application. How'8! Tlih > contrasting Hhmlo. Borne of the luce. AND DKCO IJ/O. ,i physicians, and you get the benefit ; y
fichus are ornamented very effectively satin are edged also with the fur. The of our experience No matter what ;
MRS. J. C. TERRY, Prop. We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward in the same fashion while the little ribbons opening/ is intended to bo filled t in with your trouble is, how simple or how 't, .
for case of Catarrh that be in brilliant colors ulno upon
any cannot appear a jabot of silk or }ace or a fur tie worn.
---- ------------ cured by 11 all's Catarrh Cure.F. the many law cravats, Jabots and ties. The combination of tartan and plain hopeless, wo can do you ,good and I I.' ,;

ST. AUGUSTINE. J. CIIENKY Jk Co., Props, Toledo, O. material shown on the right has the If wo can't wo will honestly tell you I

We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Vrry t'. -ful In lit* Kitchen. new apron drapery and n very stylish so. Thousands of tired, weary, sick
Cheney for the last 15 years, and ,believe Where the ironing has to be done i bodico with plain back, a heart shaped and hopclosft people have been entirely w :
Hotel. him perfectly honorable In all business upon the ordinary kitchen table great : yoke of plaid smaller at the back, and and permanently cured by I

I* ., Algonquin transactions and financially able to carryout inconvenience: is usually experienced the bodice bordered with beaver fur and ,
e ..I u N r NN, nhu\11'Mnf. any obligations made by their firm. because of lack of room. To gain more applique gimp'the front caught with COMPOUND
Street ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. West & Truax Wholesale Druggists in the illustra
s King space, the device shown steel and crystal buttons.
Refitted, newly furnished and under Toledo, O. tion from Tho Ladies' World of New Tbo stylish and becoming hat in a OXYGEN (
Centrally located Walding, Klnnan & Marvin, Wholesale York well) l management. brim turned
new may antelope felt with -
1 near all points of Interest. Large sample. Druggists, Toledo, 0.hall's "leaf" of large plze! made to fit one pale The bows ore of deep heliotrope Why not take heart again and investigate .a i!, I

J room for use of traveling men. Overlooking Catarrh Cure is taken Internally vide of the kitchen table. bring attach. velvet, some loop lying backward and this great principle. AVo havq
A full the blood 'and :
Plaza and Monuments. acting directly upon mucous side hooks and supported by two thousands of testimonials. Send for "
ed by not seen from the front, and others on '
of the ocean and rolling breakers surfaces of the system. Price, 7.'c '
c,.' from view the piazzas. Baths, gas, electric per bottle. :Sold by all druggists. Testimonials .. each side falling over the stems of the book on homo treatment wonderful I':
bells and a perfect system of sewerage. free feathers. Velvet cut on the bias is best cures to the tick, etc, free. i
Hall's Family Pills are the best. for the loops and folds continue round .A ,_
Rates: 2.00 to f2.60 per day. Special rates by the C.week.F. COX, Proprietor ------ the left side, and there ore loops forming DRS. STARKEY & PALEN '
Open all\
year, Artificial beat 'of all kind Is damagingto a precise flat bow at the back, while ,
another Jong feather lie along tbe right '
book bindings. It not only cracks the balr.Frolt lilt:: JIrani( Ht., .'''l1n., Pu. I
side, the tip just falling over ,
A- the leather, but the paste. A large bowlof .
ST. AUGUSTINE< .. Ot 17 feb 000Virginia ,
llEIABB'E.r water placed In a room containing ...... r rI
the City Gates. St. George Street will moisten the air SUIu. -
Near books sufficiently to AN IUOHIHO TABIC UKVICK. t #
J prevent the drying of the leather. pieces of wood that fit into iron At this season of the year napkins, ?
Hot Sulphur Baths tree to guests. Electric Bells. Rates, $2.00 per day. square.traP41lC1'ewed to the bottom of the ta tablecloths and even children clothesare Homes l l
to become stained with
Special rates by the week or season Malaria cannot find a lodgment In the I ble leg and the underside of the very apt
LOCKWOOD & TEAIIEN, Proprietors.PLAZA system while the liver Is In perfect order "leaf." Such an addition can be put fruit. Onetif the simplest methods to
Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine la I Into place cr removed almost instantly, remove these fruit stains from linen or -
the best regulator.OPIUM. and will often prove a convenience in cambric it to place the stained part. You learn all about Virginia Lands,
than ironing da ... over. bowl and continue pouring boiling mode of cultivation :
AUGUSTINE, FLA. the kitchen on other its resources, products,
HOTEL ST. until the stain di
be made to ap.
A shelf of this sort could reading the
etc by
ndWhliktj Fstlts prices, ,
If this be dODO soon after the article
located near cured t! homr without hook into the kitchen wall with rop- pears. I
fiend lOct., s
centrally I Fi rmer.
This hotel I. now open for ROOMS ONLY. It is iln Book of t.rtlouUre shown in the illustration, U it stained, there will be no trouble Virginia '
Postofflce, Bank and Cathedral. 0ft ..M WOO sent, U.VREC' ports as needed. iu most cases The water must bo boll for 3 months subscription to the ;
CO. table were
week.V. "
Rooms, 60cU to $1.00 per day; $1.50 to $&00 per. D. SANCHEZ Manager, !iet, 1M North frjror 81. more space lug h


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I they. do not own or hare under their con- made from the Titusville wharf. CARROZILI:
I a" er. tiol property exceeding lo value, five hundred Our Sebastian correspondent say: ROBBINS & GRAHAM sw.. .,

dollar, was panned-22 to 0. Trolling for trout and bass Is getting
Senator Ualllard's bill to extend the to be quite a sport now. Capt. Will GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES, of All Kind!

time for completing the Canal and Trans Roberts caught 50 Ibs. of trout and 2:) ...La.-' y orB... Your
portatlon Company's Canal; and to pre Ibs. of bass, Monday, In a few hours. Crockery, Glass and Tinware.TITUSVILLE patronage Solicited

serve and continue the grant of land to Miss Julia Heckmaster and Mr. Archie I WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND FLORIDA.Groceries .
\'t Hid In construction II to
f Its was passed-
Chambers caught In their gill-net on Saturday
II .. 0. morning, a monster sawfish, measuring UNITED STATES COURTS. -
fourteen feet andV six Inches, aDd
Eau Gallie. weighing about twelve hundred pounds, :EIal': ''. ::seA: ;Zseo.: .

BENJ. W. JEROME. says our Ueorgiana correspondent. ABSTRACTS of Title Famished
*t Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple A Fancy Groceries, Fr:

t State Representative PENNSYLVANiA good Everybody, heavy shower would of be rain.grateful for a Band Concert. for Lands In Bmard and Dade And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay. Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Grou

IRON WORKS CO., for Food and Wheat. We are the only bouse on Indian River dealing exclusivelythe
Miss Gertrude Wilson, of Canaveral, Counties. above line of goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit your patrons
the Sale of ULOIiK GAS ENU1NES, The Indian River Band gave a concerton
is visiting her sister Mrs. Thomson E. L. BRADY & BRO. Titusville
Marine and .Stationary. their band-stand, on Washingtonavenue Very truly, Fla

John Carter of Tropic, left for Miami l Saturday night.last, which was We have a large List
A, Selling Agent COLMAN ACETYLENE I last week, with a view to locating there. the means of bringing quite a number of
OAS MACHINES. Safest, Cheapest our townspeople on the street, thereby
of Lands owned
by '
and heat light for pilvato dwellings | Capt. Frank Houston has quit steam-
adding the of the
exchequers storekeepers
.to & Motlow
boating, and gone fishing with R. A. Lesley <
f. slot CM. who seemed to be doing quite a
JIardee. ourselves and clients.
flourishing business. The concert was a
a For prices, catalogue and estimates, I Mrs. E J. Praetorious, of Canaveral, very creditable one, and was much appreciated (Successors to'LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)
E address, left here Sunday, to join her husband at by 'the large and enthusiasticassemblage Price for unimprovedlands
nnxj. w. JEROME: I Nassau, N. P.Messrs' who were present to enjoy Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rams Gins and Wnisklj

Kockledgc, Fla. the sweet strains. of music sent forth for $8 to $100
Ronald and Williams sailed over an hour. Bottled Beers, Ales and Stont. *
down from Lotus. Sunday, returning
The Anhenser-Busch Brewing Asso'ion.Fumoull Monday morning. This band, and Is distinctly has done a excellent Titusville\ work organization per acre, A First-class Line of Cigars. ..* Billiard and Pool Table!

w Mr. and Mrs C. L. Ives are reported since Its inception The conductor, Mr. Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mi
1 Rt. Loiilo Keg and Bottled Ileer. to be recovering nicely, for which Intel W. E. Youngs-who has been ably assisted WE have a few Residence, Orange orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Titusville,FB

ligence their friends are ,gratified by Captain James. Pritchard-has Grove and Pineapple Properties in desirable
Bold \18811.] Motlow, THusvllle, Fla.
by Loslcy built this band until Its standard By Mr. J. M. Crabb, Cocoa Ha. H. A. llardee arrived Tuesday, with up locations. Reasonable.
By Mr. W.J.Tucker, Fort fierce, Fla. the yacht Roselyn and several flsuboats.He said to be second to none on the East Prices
Coast of Florida. Those who are members -
...JOSEPH ZAPF... will commence' fishing at once. of the Indian River Band are desirous $ TITUSVILLE
I Archdeacon\ Drown will hold servicesat to still further strengthen It, and to OFFICES { and MIAMI.
St. John's church next Sunday, morning build up an organization that will compare ) ANTICIPATION
Wholesale Beer and L !
; Liquors service at 11:00; evening service at favorably with the best bands in &
IM 7::W o'clock. Florida.Mr.. ; Of a feast in smooth, rich and fine I la

West Bay Street, cream during the Summer months as
; We
Mayor Bennett went to Daytona Tues East Coast Meat Market ,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA., day, on a abort visit. He and his family Henry B. Archibald, formerly d as other rapped dainties', is yours when yo|

contemplate removing to that flourish of Titusville, was on the committee I 1 secure a freezer from our stock. We hav
ing town. which left Jacksonville this week for Agent." them in all sizes and all prices, and mODe

Southern Home C. R. Simons, traveling auditor of theF. Tallahassee, where they were to'labor 13:: t ; ; a hi invested in one will return you more pleat

E. C. R'y, spent last Friday and Saturday unceasingly for the removal of the capitol -- s>3 ., iit f1 ii' ure and comfort during' the heated terij

In town, examining this agency, to the metropolis. U2- rte.o than the same amount invested in
: Mocking Bird Food which he found In a condition complimentary : F"w iD. anythi

to our agent, Mr. Watts. -... else.
An Epidemic of Whooping: Cough s>>
; 25cts per Ib.5lbs.. A special train brought the officials of a ? -
the F. E. C. IVy here Thursday of last v
''c for $1.00 I week, inspecting the dock and railroad I Last winter during an epidemic of -
; children
l' cough my contracted
and the whooping
Foreman Boon repair
property. the disease JAS. PEITCHARD & SON
Fresh Every pay. gang were here the same morning meas- spells. Wehad, having used severe Chamberlain'sCough coughing __ U2 ,
Manufactured by uring the dock for necessary repairs. = -
Remedy very successfully for rd::
HENRY R. THOMAS II. R. Olmstead's store was, robbed croup, and naturally turned to it at that .C/3 = 'tUB'V1.1.1.0, F1.a.
sometime, between Tuesday night and time and found it relieved the cough Titusville Florida.
La Villa Pharmacy, Wednesday morning. The thief carried and effected complete cure.-John E. .,.
Cor. Adams and Madison Sts., away but little, probably groceries. Clifford, proprietor Norwood House, ESTABLISHED: 1875.Wzn. .
i JACKSONVILLE, FLA. This sort of thing is l very rare in our Norwood, N. Y. This remedy is for sale
community, and it I Is hoped that the culprit by all druggists and medicine dealers. MRS. DEISNER'S BOARDING HOUSE,
aA. ::SO-o-eS az 0
''will be speedily caught and pun : .., .

ri DR. E.. II. ARMSTRONG B3T"the Subscriber name-and-date, your attention slip pasted is drawnto upon ._ GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZER!

Tibbals. your paper or wrapper. If you are In
t O3PTIOI-AJKT. arrears, phials. remit. Board and Room, One Dollar Per Day; 6 East Bay'Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .ry

I ,
Col. W. 0. Winans left here, Saturday handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hq

( last, for Titusville, where he expect to Notice.' When in need of White and Rye Bread, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright
j spend the summer months. Pies, Cakes, etc., go to Mrs. Delsner's dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
Yachts houses Star Brand Fertilizers-Guaranteed Analysis Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer Pure Oro
City Bakery. boarding ,
I .. Henry Richardson was a pleasant caller In the District Court of the United fertilizers
hotels and families supplied. Hone Nitrate Soda Muriate of i'oumh, Sulphate Potash Kafnit, etc. These have]
t here Tuesday, and returned to his States, Southern District of Florida: superior in the market,and a trial will convince. ,Send for Catalogue free.
home at North Ankouu the same day. .
In the matter i>f Charles K. I
y'I Willis Uexsey, one of the firm of Bes- Ken'on, nankrupt. j In.Bankruptcy. NEAR & TAYLOR
Bros. boat and launch builders at | the Creditors! of Charles K. Kenyon of ,
soy TO In the ot llrevanl and +
County Fastener.JJBicyclists
EYE SPECIALIST.Permanently The "Ideal Hat
Sew alls Point was the guest of Mr. and District aforesaid, a Bankrupt; notice Is
Mrs, James Andrews on Tuesday hereby given that on the 16th day ol May A. I). Artesian Well
Ilea, the eald Charles K. Kenyon was duly adjudged .
Miss Alice McNary, of Ormond, is the bankrupt; and that the tint meeting of will find it a Boo]
guest of Mrs James Andrews, of this his creditors will lio held at the office of Itolt- L dCONTRACTORS
located in the of
City bins &: Oraham, In Titnsvtlle.on the I t ,
.I place. Mills McNary I is a very I intelligent
Jacksonville\ the year round, carryingtho young lady and l is making many THIRTY-FIRST DAY OK MAY,A D 1893, [( :! The most useful and salable invention out. No hat pins required for hats
largest and most Complete Optical lends in this place at said 7 ao creditor o'clock In the attend evening, at which their time claims the, L Eau Gallie, Fla. bonnets. |

Stock South. A scientific and careful appoint a trustee may, examine prove the bankrupt and Great inducements to agents. Quick sales and large profits Send for part
James Andrews manager of Beulah transact such ether buMnesg as may properlycome nlars and circulrrs. Address, "I. II. F," No. 700 South Pryor St.,
teat made before fitting glasses. pinery, is having the yards around the before said u eoilny.PHILIP. erWe: would esteem the favor if our gy Prompt attention given. Atlanta, Ga.
Office and Salesroom N. E. corner of cottage graded and Bet out In grass, WAITER readers, when writing or calling upon
Day & Laura. Sts., at Clark's Drug stote. which will add to the appearance of the May IT, 1899.! Referee In Bankruptcy our advertisers to purchase merchandise,
property very much. myl9-2C etc., would mention the ADVOCATE. .

Sam and Willie Veronee returned home 1_ T.!
5 ; SY For Sale last Saturday from Sewell's Point, where UIl aceo f a me Tllll1 \
they have boon engaged in the fishing INSURANCE FIRE _
I business during the winter. They will VSt
At Daytona, Fla., five and ten acre now Assist, their father, E. B. Veronee, Property ,

f J ,lots Cheap choice for vegetable cash, or and will urango make liberal lands In The packing residents and shipping of this place his pineapples.appreciatevery ..LJG-BTNXNG-: :: : OYOLONES.I II .A magnificent property will be sold at a. ,.

I terms Address, represent all the leading Fire Insurance Companies, and the Mutual Life
much the efforts of the officers of
C'OITKTLAND DUCK IAN, Insurance Company. Am also Agent for Surety Bonds of the City -
the F. E. C. to fires catching .
22 Hogau St., Jacksonville, Fla.I Ry prevent Invest. Safe Deposit & Surety Co., of Philadelphia, Pa.
from their, engines by having their
right of way cleared off, but in spite) of For Hates, Information, etc., call on or address CIIAS. S. SCHUVLER, I GENUINE BARGAIN.About I
their efforts It seems that we have from Titusville Fla. .
'Sum Perkins I Is I>,'olng." one to live fires each day by engine No. --- nT.T. AA

1, If she passes during the day, while it
Gentlemen's clothing Cleaned, pressed seems the other engines do not give us "PW: TFIWTTTTIVr SALE Y sun eight acres of Grove in as fine condition Iany on Indian River, c<|
and 1 ]) in all its branches.Old trouble such the It I
repalied. yeln any being case. A Continues finest Pack
U taming a comfortable six room Cottage, large Cistern, and the
clothing made to look equal to new. leads our people to think there is some
s All orders by mall or express promptly defect in the spark arrester on that engine House in Brevard County.
attended to. Prices low Work good! and the people would appreciatean 1 18Cts.TO-IAY and next E. &FRIDAY-two W. COLLARS days-ALL Stales 1 OCtS. Situated about mid-way between Rockledge and Cocoa; Convenient toChu'rehe

Satisfaction guaranteed. Investigation of tho same Stores, etc., of both.
ti( SAM PKUKINS, Cleaner and Dyer, A .
Titusville Fla. -- FEW MONEY SA YEns: -- For further particulars, apply to

to) In Sanford Fla. GROW'CASSAVA.There 3inch< Percales, variety of patterns. , , , ... 0 , , glc. WALTER GOODYEAR,
a 1 years THOMSON'S Glove Fitting Corsets " , 0 .(0c. A. 3 to 7 W. 29th St.,
Ladles' Summer Undervests, 8Jc., 0 for 0. .. . . 0. 0 .I 60c.> Dept. ,
l was a called meeting of the Ladies'Stock Collars, worth :y.>c.,. 0 .. . . . ... .25c. New York, X.
nr- Reading notice ads on this page Board of Trade on Tuesday evening for
CHAS. A. GARDNER (Successor to Gardner & Walker ._
line week. the )
cents the of -
I are live per per purpose discussing questionof -r------------- .
t growing cassava and the building of a .
Titusville, Fla. .
When in
cassava factory at Tltu vllle. Mr. R. C. : JACKSONVILLE CLYDE!
I Scitmgeour was in the chair, and Mr. E. Visit rarTHE
FLORIDA LEGISLATURE, II. Wager acted as secretary ;>ro. trm.

One of tho principal drawbacks to the GAY BROTHERS' The finest SALOON In the South.
1 r scheme was the want of fresh water, It beIng -
t (From our Special Correspondent,1)) necessary to have about 20.CKXI gallons .
per day for use in the factory. it was The best liquors that money can b bof to
suggested that this could be overcome
t' ; TALLAHASSEE, FLA., May\ 10, '09.approved I I by building! the factory at or near LaGrange Palatka ftrMa.; GR OCERS.We all
Governor Bloxham has the I where an everlasting supply of ,, .. favorite brands constantly on hand.
i l following bills and memorials, wblcbhave good water could be obtained from Merchants' Lunch from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m., 1:>0., with bottle of Export Bee
I South Lake. However, nothing definitewas make a Special Feature of cur
passed both Houses: '
decided upon. SMITH & MUNCH, Proprietor
A memorial to the Congress \>f the Mr, I), R. Pllsbury, a cassava expert,
United States, requesting an appropriation of Jacksonville, was present and addressed Mail Order Department
for the construction of a lighthouse
the meeting, strongly advisingthe
at or near HUlsboro Inlet, on the east farmers to grow cassava, If only to 2IJEWELEO. WATCHES CLOCKS!

coast of Florida.. feed their stock. Mr, B. Returners, jr., Knowing how difficult it is In some localities to get GOOD GROCERIES
I Also an act making appropriation for a chemical engineer, who with his father CHEAP, families\ \ can send us their orders with\ the assurance of having them tilled ,
military expends lucured by the :State is connected with the DeLand promptly and carefully; and we know the quality and prices will be satisfactory
k during the war with epaln.I Cassava factory, was also present and We carry the most complete stock of any Grocery House In East Florida, and hare -- eeseJe'welry Diamom \
I An act to amend sections 2 and 40 of made some suitable remarks, and the many articles not usually, found In other and smaller houses. ,
chapter 4033, Laws of Florida, entitled
,g an act to provide for the municipal omearaIT meeting adjourned. tr: SEND FOR OUR PRICE LIST. Souvenirs and Presed
Wedding Rings
", of West municipal --- ----- ,
of the city Key a cor 1
, -- --- ---- --------
I poratlon existing in the county of Mon.
A Challenge From SebestIsn.
.IT. roe, Fla., to prescribe their terms of of. E. WAJDDELL FINE WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIR
,, lire, provide for their election and appointment
, 1' ) and to regulate their com pea- I noticed in last week's ADVOCATEthat SILYERW4R
:'1"' I nation; and to repeal section 3 and :3 I had made slight mistake in my Miami City and Dade County A SPECIALTY.

J chapter 31HW: Laws of Florida, anlI \ challenge of anything on the river that Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one'way.: ; R. J. RILES
carries a lug sail. As the ilthboat Cre
amend menu thereto.
" I Also an act to keep lu repair all public belongs to R. A. llardee & Go's fleet, Real Estate Bureau. 225 W. Bay St., jACKaexviitE, F

J, ... roads and bridges\ and to open new roads, the said company's eullie fleet is opento _---z__H _
t.i; and to condemn the right of way for tame the challenge; but, outside of that, t
It In lirevard County, Fla., und give to said the challenge U open to sailboats! along I
county certain rights and privileges, I the entire river, as I have said before, A Select List of BAY B1SCATNE PROPERTY City Lots, Fruit and Vegetable JOE

authorizing the levy of a special road tax for from $10 to $30. \\". A. COZ.UIT, Tracts'of all sizes for Iniestments. Phosphate and Orange Grove Lands on PRINTING

in each commissioner's district, and providing -
4 I.: the method by which said tax West Coast,.,.,.
I ,
I: shall.bo levied and expended. Fliltlng on-Indian Itlvcr For Correspondence, enclose stamj.s. Agent for OF ALL KINDSPRINTING
,J'I 'l Mr. Adara'a bill exempting persons
'' who served aa soldiers and sailors In Fishing! on Indian River I. now lu fine ARMOUR & CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS, Executed at the
1 t" the Confederate War from the pay. condition, and some good catches of Fertilizers, Chicago, Ill Chicago, Ill t:

;111 neat of any and all license taxes when trout, 'bass and other fish are being Avenue D, over Bank, MIAMI, FLORIDA. ADVOCATE

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