Title: Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00176
 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Uniform Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville,Fla. ; Indian River City
Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Publication Date: March 25, 1898
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River (Fla. : Lagoon)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079909
Volume ID: VID00176
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31876449
alephbibnum - 002071721
lccn - sn 96027113
lccn - sn 96027113
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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16. ISTo. 6. TITTJS ILI/E, FLA., FEIDAY, MAEOH 25, 1S9S.KZ. 3r ice, 5c.

notice ads. are ten cents I II ALL BICYCLISTS VISITING ST. AUgustine jyB60KS R. Hardee of Sebastian Roadmastor Carter of he 9.E. .
Beading < CLOCKS, Etc. a nice assortment ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES InMr. Captain A. E. Ben (
I uno on this page. should call at F. W. Beers' at Screven's Drug Store, hats and trimmings at was a pleasant caller at this office on C. Ry., of St. Augustine, went south
store in the Cordova block and see Titusville.Mrs. Mbs. II. W. Reynolds' Tuesday.Supt.. the first of the week.Mr. .
the new *!>8 models of the Rambler,
LOCAL NEWS, Crescent, Victor, Ideal, Wolff Cleveland Jno. IT. Sams, of Courtenay, and Mrs. J. W. Ballantlne, ofSomervlllo
C. Fischer left here here of and Wednesday N. J. left for their *
Stearns F. Tuesday, was part Tuesday Sharpcs
Remington, Barnes, John G. of New York
d ToplCH of General Interest.It Tribune, Fearless and Phoonix wheels for Cocoa, on a visit to friends. the well known candy Huyler manufacturer, has, on an Inspection of tho schools.Mr. northern home on Friday afternoon lost. >

the largest assortment in the state.Col. Mr. R. C. Scrlmgoour has been on a beet) spending over two woeka at Hotel L. E. Provost, a prominent The sito for Mr. Ftngler s now Colonial ''B

n B y. l. k Worth, Indian, first of the week ou his way homo from by the contractors, MosHrs. MoGulre -
ilh Blsosyne Tags. O. D. Assistant Gen'l. Pass. J. D.
D. L. Agent
Gaulden has been on a Agent Ackerly,
Klvere, Key Wertd Jacksonville. Ho expects to Nilssaua and McDonald. Tho hotel Is tob
, n n l H I visit to Miami this week. of the J., T. A K. W. Ryi, boarded the Radnor, wife and little son, of St. Augustine pay
Point* along the visit shortly.Mr. built this summer.LletitCommandor.
, U other Important steamer St. Sebastian on Tuesday, en have beon spending several days at
wt Coast of Morlda. IJrlef mention ofrtsrestln The Wesson cottago on Julia street route to Palm Beach.Mr. the Holly Inn, Daytona. Grant G. Spiingjjr, of St. Augustine Marlx, judge advocate
Events from Various ParU has been enclosed by a now fence. Geo.Huston
has purchased from Mr. of tho 'United Status Court of
the World 1 About People Ion Know Attorney Geo. M. Robbins has been Edwin S. Cramp, one of Philadelphia's Among the pleasant callors nt thoAdvocatk Cocoa, his tine launoli, Calllo, Inquiry Into the loss of the battleship i )
Gen'l.Supt. .
noted been
,,1 People Ton Don't Know Picked law shipbuilders, has office on TueHday was which was advertised for salo In tho Al>- Maine, passed through Titusville, Wednesday
attending to business in Orlando
do Loon W. Coffin of the J. T. K. W.Ry. .
Society Editor and a large staf f spending a week at Hotel Ponce B. ,
, Our this week. VOCATK.Mr. en routo to Washington, having
by scattered along the after a tiip down the East Coast.Mr. .*, who arrived In Titusville this week
Correspondents In his posesslon tho Court's report ontho
Geo. B. Rumph Jr. arrived in In his private car, on an Inspection tour M. T. Jones, of Luke Paik, Ga.,
,t Coast of Florida. S. JI. Peck and his sinter, Mrs. Ions of tho Maino. He was accompanied
of the road.Mr. has boon at Wiley's Avenue (near Minis)
town Monday from Miami, to look after Lieutenants and
Chailuston Jungen
Matthews, of S. C, passed by
a fow days this week looking after his
THE ADVOCATE, his insurance interests.Gen'l. through Titusville Wednesday, en route C. W. Young, of Calais, Me., Is largo Wo acknowledge a Hood, Cadets Itrlsson and Hay, Passed

annum, in advance. Freight Agent W. J. Jarvls,' from Rockledge to Jacksonville.Mr. improving the appoaranco of his property pleasant orange call grove.from klut yesterday. Assistant Englnoor Itoycp, Assistant
$1.50 per In North Titusville. Among other Knginoor Morils and Carpenter Hill, of
of St. Augustine has been
months on a trip
Brown has been
*1.00 six countries.Mr..Wra. ./ down the East Coast this week.We Joseph who things he is having his road covered The officers of tho British warship the Ill-fated warship.
to foreign the at Eden
> an. spending .winter fishing ,
$ 00 per with- palmetto bark from the tanning Cordelia ant being royally entertained atSt.
acknowledge a pleasant call came up to Titusville Tuesday) en route factory.Mr.. Augusiino this week, and many of AMONG THE HOTEllS.Whrkh
Treutler, of Eau Gallie, from Mesdames W. II. McFarland and to Green Port, L. t. He will return to them are making tho I'onco do Loon .
Indian River in the Fall.Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Ward, Mr. and
in town the first of the F. A. Losley Saturday afternoon last., their headquarters while ashore
nt a day or so M. L. Cobb and .Mr. A. Y. Yates, of Boston to stop. Sou list of hotels on
:k. Mrs. J. A.
Mr. H. C. Eyer, the well-known and McDonald, of Miami, have been spending of Waveland, who has been on a Ottawa, Canada, arrived at Ormond recently season, and the club's steamer, Caneral all
of about three weeks' duration to The AnvocATie Is now 'on.lite at
of several days nt St. Augustine this week.Mr. trip and is hauloil Nelson's to
jutar curiosity dealer Kockledge, in their private car Virginia, out ou ways, YoVk *
Port and returned tho best hotels In New city.
Orange Daytona,
N. T.F.CIALLOT of The Ormond. remain until next winter. She made her
to Rochester, Chas. II. Howard traveling are guests
i gone passenger homewards on Tuesday's steamer.Mrs. u1V\
last with John Hotel Indian River has
tilp on Wednesday Cnpt. Rockledgo-
agent of the F. E. C. Ry., has Mrs. Raymond and her two talented ,
of ready-made summer D. A. of Dayitona's Houston In command, closed for tho season.Do .
U. W. Reynolds.rMr. been down the East Coast this week in Blodgett, one daughters, the MIbhcs Edith and Isabella,
Wits. Mns. the interests of his road.Mrs. prominent winter residents" was after spending the major portion of the Mr. Plerro Lorlllard and party, after not forget tho Drovoort house on

.> E. G. round, representing the R. M. Greene of Opelika. Ala. a passenger on Filday's southbbouiM winter at the Inn, Putin Hunch where spending the winter on tho East Coast Fifth avonuo when you, go to New York.
Condensing Co. St. Charles, train to Cocoa, to spend several days In the Hue houseboat Caiman have
Charles they -wore groat favorites are now snugly ,
after spending a couplo of days The sacred concert nt Hotel Ormoud
and very with her sister, Mrs. E. P. Porcher.
.Monday returned northwards. The Caiman Is
was in tywn part ensconced at Hotel Alcazar. St. Augustlne. -
pleasantly in town with relatives en was largely attended on Sunday evening,
esday.r.Trsv.. route from Miami, left for home Saturday Traffic Manager B. W. Wrenn, of They expect to spend the summenat laid up In the Eau Gallic crook until the bolng about :ii)0 persons present.

Pass. Agent W. II. Warburof last.Mr. the Plant System, has boon on a trip thoir cottage on Long Island. next winter, < ,

Line arrived at St.gustlho down the East Coast. The Colonel is a the Mr. I). S. Hutchinson of Yardvllle The Holly Inn, Daytona, has beon so
the Clyde Miss Bertha Barrelld, charming ,
, Frank R. Remlinger chief clerk crowded during tho fow weeks that
down this'winter past
little late in
from Kew York, the first of coming sister of Mrs. Chas. K. Kenyon, of N. ,J. who has boen on a orulso of sov-
In Gen'l C. B. Knott's office St. young Howes Las been obliged
Supt. Manager
but we are glad to see his genial face at boarded southbound oral weeks' duration to. various places
week.Oranges. this Tuesday's
Titusville place, sond to the beach for
Augustine, passed through time.Mr. to people acoommodatlons.
any of hetwoen Titusville and Palm Iltiach In
train for Cocoa, on a visit a '
shipped to his to Palm Beach and .
still being1 Tuesday on
- Titusville. They and Mis. J. F Hathaway, prominent week or so with her fi lends tho Misses Ills houseboat, returned hero 'Tuesday,
ious places from *oing Miami.Mr. and well known residents of Srtmorville Paine, at P.ilniotto Lodge. Wo have no llo says ho had a lino trip and enjoyed Tho taMy-ho conoh and now brako at
now in flue-condition, very and Mrs. Beardsley, Miss Lillian Mass., are again sojourning among doubt Miss Barrelle's visit will bo an eujoyable it Immensely.Supt. Hotel Ormond, havo been well patronized

et and juicy.Mrs. Beardsley, Miss Semour and T J. Hub their many friends at Hotel Ormond, one, for the Misses 1'ulne are just O. L. Myers ono of tho most of Into crowds of tourists taking advantage

- J. T>' Crabb and son, Roy, haven bard, of Brooklyn, N. Y., have been where they expect to remain the balance the ladies who know how to entertain. popular employes-of tho, Southorn' Express of the beautiful dilves in thoabovo V
several in Cocoa this located at.Hotel Ormond for neighborhood.
spending days pleasantly of the season. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Reed, Miss Marguerite Co., was In Titusville yesterday,
;k, with the genial Mr, John D.bb some time past.Mr. The members of St Gabriel's Guild Reed and Miss Bessie Reod, after ami gave tho Advooath office a pleasant Hotel Ormond was orowdod to Its utmost wm

her husband.Mrs. Edward Sudlow, manager of the will meet at the Board of Trade rooms, spending tho winter at t Rock ledge, cull. Ho left for Jacksonville on a special capacity last Saturday, and every A ,

- F. P. Osborn, of Gramercyk. Jacksonville Featilizer'Co., was a passenger located over the poHtofiice, this (Friday) Palm Beach and Ormond, are now stopping train yesterday nflernoon. We are available nook and eornor was utilized to

New York, 'is again sojourning at on Tuesday's southbound steamer, afternoon, the use of the rooms for that at Hotel Alcazar, Kt Augustine.' always glad to welcome Mr. Myers to accommodate tho numerous guests. It

tel Ormond, accompanied by her en route to Palm Beach, Miami and Cocoanut purpose having been generously granted They will soon leavo for. their home InPittsburg toTitusville. has nlway been a popular hotel.Mr. .

md, MIbs Bastlanelll, of New York.Mr. Grovo in the interest of his firm.Mr. by the latter organization.Mr. 1'n. Mr. and Mrs. Reed have G. N. Bogardusand' arrived T. *W. MoCrqnry, genernl repreisentativo

- and Mrs. J. n. Weston, H. J.ston J. II. Smith and' family, prominent and Mrs. Henry Bradley, of made a host of fi lends on tho them East at tho Fisher cottage, from Now York, of'Hotel Victory, l'iib-ln-Ilay
of Lake N. J. Coast, and we hope to again seo Wednesday, and left for Malabar onyesterday's Island'Lake Erie Ohio one of tho largest
and Miss Weston, of Cincinnati, residents Pompton Potomac, Md., after spending the winter'nt winter.Col. on ,
were guests of the Indian River hotel who own a fine winter residence and orange Rockledge, loft for Jacksonville on here next stoamer. Mr' Bogardus Is summer hotels In the world, passed

fituBville, on Monday.We grove at Rockledge, have 'returned Wednesday, to remain a week or so ere L. II. Orloman, Ph. D., of the superintendent of the Home for Boys, of through here, Wednesday, going south,

home from a trip to Palm Beach and returning home. Mr. Bradley made a Academy, Peekskill-on-IIudson, N. Y., the Children's Aid Society, and has come Tho ball In tho Casino of Hotel Ormond

-ilors beg to the to call large the advt.attention of Mr.of Ed.ing our. Miami In Mr. Smith's private launch. big fish record whilo at Rockledge.Mr. accompanied by his daughter, Miss Orlo to Indian. ltlvor to take a muchneededlest. last Safurday night was well patronized,

Cocoa's progressive lumber and Dr. and Mrs. Jas.E. Baker, of Lancaster and Mrs. C. W. Blakesleo, of man, were passengers on home.Tuesday'* and a largo number 6f tho fair sex were,

dware merchant, on our 3rd page.Mr. Pa., after spending about six New Haven, Conn., after sojourning part had northbound been' visiting train, Mr.en route and Mrs. Julius They Mr. and Mrs. M. Schwab, of New present to trip the light fantastic. Thovariouslycolored *
the East Coast have turned York arrived In Titusville ou Tuesday, dresses worn by tho
weeks on of the winter at Rockledge, are now on a ,
- C. W. Miller and wife, Buffalo, their steps homewards, having left The trip through Southern California." The Smith at Kockledge, anil Miss Orletnun that and are now pleasantly sojourning ntMr. many ladles present added qulto aoh&rinto

a been stopping at Hotel Ormond. Ormoud on Tuesday. They were the balance of the family1 ex poet to leave told an Advooatk representative and Mrs. Jos. Mendel's residence atLaOrange the animated scene. "* ,

. Miller is connected with the Buffalo guests of the Indian River hotel, Titus Rockledge for New Haven next week.Mr. they had had a very delightful and ten days'cruise In where they will probably The oponlng of the Casino swimming
with Mr. Smith family.
ticket office.Another .
insfer Co. and Union few week*. Mr. Sohwab who
a remain a ,
several having spent
ville, years ago, at the Tampa Bay hotel last week,
and Mrs. Chas. Sweot and daughter their fine launch.Mr. married of Mr. Mendel's a short pool ,
- special train, with nearly month or so here.Mr. a sister was a pleasant occasion.. Tho pool
and Mr. Chas. Dotter of New York very >
Robert Marshall and while our office a pleasant
30 crates of beans also 25 o 30 pasgers and Mrs. ago, gave has been at tho of
Dunshee opened request many
E. Bryan stopped over after spending several weeks' at the hail of
We the
of Fall Wodnesday.
left here the J. T. & K. W.d their bright little daughter, on who desirous of Such
of the
on in town Saturday last and took dinner Haulover.wepded their way homewards Mr. and Mrs. Schwab while in guests, were
have beon sojourning at meeting
late last night. They were brought with his friend, Mr. W. II. McFarland, on Tuesday. They have immensely enjoyed River Hotel, Indian Mass., River, Rookledgo, this New York last summer.Mr. sport on the warm days of tho approaching "*
by the St. Augustine.Mr. During the winter Mr. Dunshee represents the hunting and fishing in that Marshall is enthusiastic spring. *

- J. Ramsey, wife and Miss Kamof Maynard's Ticket Agency, Jacksonville vicinity. fMr. angler.and winter. Mr.his wife, who an Is a brilliant L.with C. Brannlng tho Florida, who East lias Coiurt been The.Oimond hotel Is Jiaving a >flno

St. Louis Mo., recently arrived and Hotel Indian River, Rock dancer, is uovlooIn connoctod musical treat In the delightful ooncorts *
and Mrs. Oco. II. Kees, Miss talker and graceful no for the three holding ,
Ormond in their private car, and are ledge; while Austin
ots of Hotel Ormond. Mr. Ramsey Boston, claims his attention in the Davies and Miss MeConnell, of Lillian has delighted the guests with ber positions and Oak Hill Is now located, whose rich contralto voice shows very
City ,
enoral Of the Wabash Ry.Prof. summer.Mrs.. become Orange line cultivation. This lady hns spent
manager Toronto, are guests of Hotel Ormond. sweet voice, and bids fair to a at Titusville, having buon appointed to
- J. M. Laflin of New York, J. P. Ramsey and Mrs. N. R. Miss Kees was admitted by many to be second Madame Pattl. They left for the the position of stationmastor to fill the two summers at the Mount Pleasant

led his fishing and hunting for a time Powell left here last Friday afternoon for the best lady dancer on the floor at last Royal Poinclana, Palm Beach, this week.Mr. vacancy caused by tho removal of My.F. house, White Mountains, and charmed
the steamer being followed next day byMrs. Saturday night's ball in the Casino.Mr. Williams to West Palm Beach.Mr. everybody there with ber superior singing. #
week, and took a trip on Daytona F. II. Woolston, the genial representative O. On Sunday evening last her singing
Sebastian as far as Palm Beach, reing Andrus and Miss, Maggie Ramsey. F. O. Williams, who has been of Little Bros., the well- Brannlng Is looking forward to the was loudly encored by a large ami appreciative
> to Titusville on Tuesday.Messrs. After spending a week or so at and Daytona Jacksonville station agent for the F. E.' C Ry. at this known Jacksonville fertilizer firm, took arrival of his wife from South Jacksonville audience in tho Casino.

G.ma they will visit St. Augustine for a or more, left.on Monday the steamer St. Sebastian from here, to-morrow. $
A. Snider and W. place year
W. en route home to nackensack, Palm Beach take for Jensen. He has a boat ai Manager Chas. II. Davis, of Hotel 8t
Eden route to to Tuesday, and
for en Continued I 8.
O. after enjoying Looat News on
> of Columbus, friends will be glad pages
N. J. Their many Andrew Grand Boulevard New York,
the place of Station Agent C.H. Bradley, the latter place, and will stop at the ,
ruise all the East Coast reglsd -
along h' winter.Mr. .
to see them ere next who expects soon to Bturt for the Klondike. the various East Coast points In the has retured'home after a pleasant trip
at' the Indian River hotel, Titus- Williams made of his firm. We understand 8.Married. down tho East Coast and to Nassau; Mr
', the first of the week, on their way Louis L. Happ, who is connected .Mr. numerous interests Frlce Davis who will be remembered as
with" the Congress Brewing Co., of friends here, and they regret his departure that the tomatoes grown by If.
is.Rev. on Monday's but wish him all success at Lake Williams which took first prize at the Tuesday, at the residence of the firmer popular assistant-manager of th
J. T. of Hartford, Brooklyn, was a passenger who to exhibit at Miami were Sanford Mr. Willis Royal Poinclana hotel-rwrltos the Advocate
Iluntlngton, southbound train en route to Mlcco, Worth. Mrs. Williams, went recent vegetable bride's parents, at ,
in.; and Dr. Harwood Huntington, of where ho informed, us he was going to Eden last week on a visit to her parents, cultivated by Little Bros.' fertilizer.fciThe Goldsmith, of Titusville, was married to that he had a most delightful time,
York, who own a large tract of land daughters who had been will join her husband on his way south.Mr. Miss Dosia Swain, sister 6f Mrs. Jno. It. and met many old friends along the East
t eleven* miles north of Titusville, visit his two winter. St. Augustine Tatler, edited'bythe Walker, of this place. Rev. A. W. J, Coast. He was much pleased with Nassau
e returned home after paying- visit stopping at that place during the and Mrs.V H. McFarland and talented and energetic Mrs. Anna M.Marcotte Best tying the nuptial knot. Only the bnt should have stopped off at Titusville.
This Is Mr. Ilapp's first visit to Indian their "wild irmn," snakes and pther : The Tatler continually *
Titusville Ormond and St. says Immediate members of the family and a
it.Mr. .
and he Is much pleased Titusville
gustine.Mrs. River, paraphernalia, on Monday receives word commending to the seekers few friends were present. Mr. Maurice
for Jacksonville, en route to Peru, Ind., of delights the steamboat trip on the
and of the attended
little and Mrs. John P. Taaffe Goldsmith, brother groom, Titusville Hoard of Tra and
J" O'Council will Wallace'scircus
Jos.. at which place they join Indian River the river upon whloh with the
Miss Anna the woddlng returning
Ubtor Gertrude, accompanied by the their bright young Mr.daughter John ,II. Newman of which Mr. McFarland is ..thesideshow poets, authors apd artists have lavished couplo on Wednesday.. Tho bride
es Kate and Albertina Stebbins, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. McFarland happy of thoTitusville
and brush endeavoring
manager. sentiment, pen and There was a special meeting
the Misses charming
musical sisters U bright young
xed here the first of the week and his two who a fine residence here, has remained a very
through onlast.Saturday's own to depict its beauty; yet it who has visited Titusville for some Board of Trado on Monday
route to Brooklyn, N. Y., after a deitful E. and L. Newman northbound, were passengers train, on have been enjoying the balmy breezes and for the body to sound its praises from lady, ; while the groom is one of the evening for tho purpose of dlseusslng

visit of several weeks at Kevins' after spending fishing and shooting of Indian River with the cozy decks of the steamer* St. Sebastian years right-hand past clerks in Mr. S. W. Carroll'sstore. many things of Interest to our town and m

crview hotel, Merrltt.Judge their way to Brooklyn pleasantly, at Nevins* a party of friends, on their trim yacht and St. Augustine, of the Indian II* Is an exemplary anil eoergotlo neighborhood, among Chem being tho
several weeks very Awixa, for the greater part of the win River & Bay Blscayne Inland Navigation matter of good roads and the reduction.of
and Mrs. R. II. Lalmbeer, Jr;, hotel Merrltt. They Informed young man -full of life and business
Rlverview here
and ter. They expect to return next Company. Tho AbvocATK with our town taxes. A committee, composed
ralnent residents of New York woro charmed with the Indian push. joins
they friends will be
us and
"ed subscribers to the Advocate, River country, and would be here again winter, and them.Mrs. tbelr. many Those two Hartford (Conn ) gentlemen the many friends of the bride and.groom of Messrs. Robbins, Gaulden chairman
Rockledge this week for Jackson- next winter. v glad to see bad quite an eventful tlmetdurlngtbelr In wishing them a lopg life of connubial Rhodes wasappointed by the
and other places, en route home.b W. D. Mussenden and ber sailing trip on the Halifax River bliss and prosperity. Mr. anil Mrs. Goldsmith (Judge M. 8. Jones) to discuss the latter

Judge made' some ,blg catches ofi Bishop Whipple and wife, of Minnesota along charming young daughter, Mrs, R. II. on Saturday last; and to see the way In are residing In one of Mr, Flagler's question before tu members of culled tha
ofof after visiting several resorts Uath Me. who are ou a visit bead Main street.Mrs. Town Council at a special meeting
while at Rockledge, a photograph their winter Baxter, of which their boat tacked against a cottages on
which now hangs in onr office.Mr. the East Coast, returned to The here, left on Monday for Miami en route wind, how she would nearly capsize, and for last night.Kau .
home near Winter Tark on West where they spent a while In whloh "v lf
to Key then to note the eUgant manner
church Isabel M. Anderson a former resident
after ,
Fisher the
and Mrs, narry at Episcopal
preached features of
Bishop Interesting
the Mariner" and his took for Halo
viewing many the "Ancient son Incubator
the but of Washington *
week and in of Daytona, now
ming at Hotel Ormond for a or Sunday morning,
Ormond on back
the Island City. On way they their departure from the boat and waded
loft, Monday, for Jacksonville, ente evening delivered an address upon the Beach visit returning toTitusville D. O.f was recently married at Jersey and
Palm a mud Incubator
the was A bran
paid ashore through certainly new Buckeye
Hotel Walter B. Herron.
N. J. to Mr. -
said at
home to Baltimore. They Indians In the Casino Clty, ,
American again yesterday. Mrs. Baxter theleast of It. We cash.
brooder for sale
to say bride who some fine ;
visit attendance, The owns 4
with their
were ranch a large
the pleased Ormond. There was listened to with is only making a short stay In the will not mention name* or say a word asto in 'Daytona has th hearty Apply to D. A. Rams xv.I.otui .
East Coast and hope to return was property
his discourse time and loaves
and sunny south this on how they arrived at Hotel Ormond, Fla.E. .
) next winter. Mrs. Fisher is a very In conversation with an congratulations of" her many friends, In
much Interest. Sunday for New York to meet her husband and the plight they were In, for
inning lady, and made many friends Advocate reporter, Bishop Whipple who has been oat west for some they took sorry It all In good part. A sailboat which the Advocate Joins.

"e at the above hotel. Her husband he first Visited Florida fifty years time. Her friends hope to see her on Is something like a bone you need tobe II. .Armstrong, the well known

large property owner on the East ago when a sufferer from consumption, Indian River again at no distant date.Mrs. well acquainted with It to know.its Hprinjf Millinery, optician, Is now on the East Coast, and *
Mr. and Mrs.Fisher were among aid has been coming here nearly every Mnssenden will remain here .for various tricks. will be located at Dr. J. B.Soreven'sdrug

Berry throng who attended the ball winter since that time. He is now hale some weeks yet.Mr. Fine line of sailors and dress hats atBonc store at Titusville, on March 28,

he Ormond last Saturday night* and hearty. Man. II. W. Reynolds' for four days: at the store of T, Chaffee,.

Live Itattlesnakes. Melbourne, March 31, for three days;

Kockledge Indian River, Gallle, Indian Itiver. and %\ the store of II. Olmstead, Eau
For Hardware, Wanted live rattlesnakes; large ones Wanted. Gallle, March 31, (or three days. Those

[a one of the most attractive general Spartan Grocery Store can supply preferred. Also, large snakes of all having weak eyes or poor sight, will do
re* on the East Coast. You can find X iham Xhoa thM d. ofsupla andfanc ythTlowest kinds. Best prices paid. Bring or send Save your bone* and aend them to the well to see the doctor, aa he la an established
Jacksonville Fertilizer Co. South Jacksonville in Jacksonville, and well
fything you need there. Fitting out to L. S. MoBRisotr, 4- optician
ising parties a specialty.Paxton Indian Rirer. I glw this store a WaL, Orange City, Flat FU.- Will pay cash for them. known. All wotk guaranteed. ."

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aad tba Halifax la a river of Squid soddedwith that Srara or Ohio, Cttt ot Touebo, ILccaj Magnolia Grocery.

Poor and We a* Jfewela, codec tba magic of tba altar graoefaiW pala>s,
glow which flsods the sky with splendor.Sooa benches f aats la their greea basks Frank J. Cheney makes oath that heis H. A. HENRY

throws ber anotalorer ham&mgbwmtbttnmU. Winding rathe, the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Pr
*trrri fend Bronchial Trwwtots) aagfat purple Cheney A Co., doing business In tbe city Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Prieti m7p
all aad af aa It, not with a atar, bat which were oavce tba Indian's trail,bead and state aforesaid,
Mad no Appotlto How Batter InEvary of Toledo, county
Wy-A Dallcato CMId."Some with miHioaa aad tniEkms of diaasoodjparka. their narrow aad tortaoas way through aad said firm will pay tbe sum of one STAPLE AND FANCY

Tbi orchestra is playing "Hasdleap -j the lights and shadows for assay mile*. hundred dollars for-each and every case GROCERIES.*
Mom sines J took sodden cold be cured by the
** of catarrh that cannot
and ooold not get rid of it. Being subject aa ww ome np tba pier. A crowd displaying saaaifoU beaatiea, original of Hail's Catarrh Cora.Fulxk Write or call for our Cash Prlca List, which
catarrh and bronchial troo Me I eonghod of gnests are arriving from the traia aada aad smadomedl by asaa's handiwork. use J. Chkvet. *mw

terribly, I lost my appetite aad grew group of golfers are sqaabbDog over These walks aad trsBs coostitate aa ever Sworn to before eoe aad subscribed Inay 103 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, '

poor and weak and I did not tail Ilkawork. their aearea. There la a acrambla for new and newer faiBeg pleasure for those presence, this 6th day of December, Telephone No. 255.

I began taking Ilood'a 8aneparllLa. > letters and everybody scarries off to who delight la Nature's beauty, and A. D. 186.

la abort tinae tba eongh disss* dress for dtooer sod the Casino dance, nantettms avenees bordered In giant
peered, I slept well, bad a rood appetite i i A. W. GLEASON,
which winda tba festivities. hundreds of reach
and I waa better in every way. .Last op day's array by stately palms !! Xotary Public.HsiTs .
Cincinnati Tips: froas the to the sea arching overhead
print I waa aot feeling well,J bad do appetite Catarrh Core is taken internally
and no strength. I reaorted toIlood'a aad seeming to almost converge asooe and acts directly on tbe blood and mucous

Sarssparills aad aooa felt mora BEAUTIFUL PALM BEACH.A looks down their half mQe of length. surfaces of the system. Send for

Ilka work. Jly little nepbew waa a delleata There seems to"be concentrated bereat testimonials. J. CHENETA, free.F. CO., Toledo, O.2JT" G-xoceries, ZLTx-CLit etxa.
child and bad shamor which trooblad Paradise tier ffca Yaefctssasua aad AfhfTkrae Pah Beach all that one would wish o*
him ao be coald not rest at night.JU aadred MUes Sontat afJnckaoavfllo. for or seek, of climate, recreation and ,

baa taken a few bottle*of Ilood'a Baraapartlla beauty. To call It a' paradise might determine

and la abla and to now sleep.be baa" a Him good Aaaia appetite J.TugntAW B tw n Iktmu and tW UH lanoonI appear extravagant, although not at all the best fire-resisting experiments materials to for tbe ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE
and there few
Booth Dnzbory, Mass ralraatoifaJl*laid s rrrdra atrip of pamllM' Inappropriate, are mos construction of doors have proved that
Sarsaparilla- And inU'd as with untienu Tunis llniinja quitoes. wood covered with tin resists fire better We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and r

Jnckaoavfllo.Hood's When Caiat soabraezea falter ia a swoon One element of amusement* U lacking than aa Iron door.i guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed' w*

Of radiaaos, tba palm traa pathway UcaOr at Palm Beach driving. There is not a your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased

It tbe One True Blood Pursier.AH druggists. L axeltad ta itedom men.li il Mmotune dies bone the island bat instead there Istbe MARX BROTHERS JACKSONVILLE
To awhea silvar of tbe stars aad aaa, on [Remember, the Advocate, TitusviUe FLA.E. .
S PillS.vmMiMi4 afterdinnerSSe. Henry TyrrelLTo rubber tired wheel chair poshed by] does all kinds of job printing. Givens

digestion. a colored boy, and the jinrickshas, imported a share of your work.]
visit take Worth and live a period
from -Japan, drawn by coolies. WixcnxxBAcir, Manager,
at Palm Beaoh is akin
otloxary to living
Ta Cars Coaatlpatloa Forever.
There of launches
are scores naphtha
in a sumaserland of gardens, with soft Take Casearets Candy Cathartic lOo or tSo.It .
THE TOMOKA.A breezes and warm sunshine combining and yachts in plenty, for the excitement C C.C (ail to cure, drucxlsu refund money. FLORIDA MACHINE

of tbe regatta and the sport of a fishing
to exercise a restful Influence, but quite
launch party np tbe Tonioks la a trip, while to sail on the quiet waters of Now Is tbe Time
as sure to awake quiet Here
favorite diversion at Orroond. The energy. moonlight night has its own, peculiar IRON and BRASS CASTINGS.
where tbe thermometer is rarely below To purify blood with Hood'sSarsapariUa.
pretty naphtha launch Tomoka Tbe inland your
canopied romance. waters, paralleling
70 degrees during the winter and spring Match, April and May are
in white and orange banting, with 20 months, ooe nevertheless appreciates the sea, afford tbe greatest* opportunity the trying months of the year. At this General Repairing, Promptly & Accurately DotJ

guest* on board, and a good skipper at for tbe pleasures.of life on a season your blood Is filled with impurities
th fact of entire absence
an that
the helm, to blaze tbe-way with jest and houseboat, and of tbe several on the which have accumulated during the Iron Building Columns, Shafting, Pulleys, Hai
humidity and dampness which induces winter and these impurities must be
story, historic legend and memories of ,
East Coast this Mr. Lorillaxd's
fatigue and unrest during the summer year immediately expelled. Hood's SarsapariUa and Boxes in Stock. I
pioneer days, when Mr. Anderson and I Caiman and Professor Cory's Wanderer. Sash Weights and Grate
is the one true blood purifier. It is
months la the North. It is quite a
Mr. Trice in the seventies settled on the new The cruises of4 theyachting parties extend the medicine which has accomplished Bars Saw Mandrels of all &|
after having ridden the bicycle a Speoialty.
Halifax peninsula, is a pretty good oat-, from the Halifax river to Biscayne many thousands of remarkable cures of Furnished.SUGtj3lXL .
immoderately, or at tbe end of two all blood diseases. It is what the millions
lit for a Jolly day on tbe river. The .
Bay, and now bere else can tbe
rvi or three hours on tbe golf links, to feel yachtsman tale in the spring to build up health
tart is made from the -
pier at ten tbe 3VCXXsXaS.
or sailor find more agreeable scenes .
that one can sit down in tbe pleasant and ward off sickness. ,
morning, and tba first six miles Is doe dry atmosphere and rest, without the and pleasant scenes, free from storms Telephone 102. Office and Shops atEnd of Viaduct in RlvenJ

north up the Halifax. The great river, and wild currents. A fisherman will
fear of Tax Assessor's Xotlce.I .
half a consequent Herein lies FLORIDA.3F"ixxo .
full a mile wide flows between
much of tbe charm which Palm Beach ">J<>7 good company and rare sport if be
banks of richest hammock land, the east will out the will be at the for
gives ber guests; here Is rest without go on ocean, pier some morn following places
bankabloom with orange groves, and relaxation exercise ing. At the very end, nearly half a mile the purpose of assessing taxes for the
without HASBIjT71
fatigue cSc
with cottage gables peering out between from tbe beach, be will find Joseph year 1808: O0.|
unlimited pleasure without reaction. Eau Gallie, Friday, March 2."ith l
arching live-oaks whose DEALERS IN
Recreation Jefferson holding a stiff rod with his 28thTuesday.
at Paim Beach and Miami fieorgiana, Monday,
branches sweep tbe tide; or set in palm does not Invite lassitude, and the 'dry- left hand, and with the other reeling Ina Lotus, 2ith(

groves whose broad leaves sparkle la the fighting sea bass. Tbe deep-sea fishing Banyan,, Wednesday, 80th
of he'd I '
ness t drives
mate away depression. 31st 417, & 410 TV. Bay St.,
sun like rippling water. Each cottage is keen sport, .and these istquite Tropic, Thursday,

gets a salute and is answered by a flutter w Slerritt, Saturday, April 2nd JACKSONVILLE, . FL
Palm Beach Is three hundred miles sufficient reward for the effort; a keen Shiloa, Tuesday,

of 'kerchief from shady verandas, or the south of Jacksonville, on a narrow Island angler might think the catch too generous Haulover, Wednesday,, 6th7th RICH WINES orcate good, rlrk 11
mellow note 91 a conch shell sounding even. Those who seek distinction Titusrille, Thursday, thy blood. Don't make the miiubl
with the Atiantio on the east and buying sour poor nine l>ecaiiMt!|
across the water like a mermaid's view Lake Worth on, tbe west. Tbe may hook a shark. I have seen a dozen Mims Friday, 8th cheap. It la not. It baa a nuty,6greeable
whole LaG Saturday 0th12th effect tbe '
halloo. On tbe west bank lies range upon s> tem
a great Island is like a garden, what little nature caught In a week bere, but there Is locking Canaveral, Tuesday, good wine is really not expensive ij
tract of noble forest and rlctt hammock; tbe.true element of sport in Laboring gives youHAtlhtled thatfeeling. pulled-together, >
left undone has been .
so elaborately Blanks will be left at all the poatoffires -
a Spanish that has lain
grant fallow with fourteen-foot shark that IV We make a Specialty orNortHiJ
a one will
since tbe Seminole Six transformed by the gardener that tbe la the county for the purpose of Tina Mountain Dew Lorn IMutker.li
wars. tniles
up palm groves aad forest hammock is bordered find on pulling in a fourteeD-Inch bliieflsb. making returns. J. F. Wootejj, years old, V2.B0 per gallon. f
terminates la Tomoka point, one of the ] miles 'The squid nsed by tbe fishermen Assessor.3th. I'arties living in Dry TotdiiCI
by of luxuriant
beautiful gardens, rich well to order from us. a vecuutbem
most and inont photographed with every flower familiar to the Northern after bloeiish la a round piece of wood, B0 per cent,on all orders.S3T .

views In Florida, and swirling around it summer shaped like a banana, flattened en one LITIIIA SPRINGS, A.8WEETWATEK Always send money vltb c|
tbe Tomoka down .and profusely grown with We will not open new account!i
comes winding to tbe odd and gorgeous exotics. Along the side, to which is screwed a small piece suitable Jacksonville reference ii[
Halifax and tbe PARK HOTEL. No Goods C.
sea. The famous Oklawaba sent O. D to Dry In"
lake front, facing across the smooth J of thin lead two. inches long. The fish Agent for Indianopolis Drewtit'
Is but Lithia Springs,Near Atlanta,Ga.
longer not more beautiful Brewers and Bottlers, ,J
miles of blue waters toward the will rise to the book fiercely, and almost
For ten Allies the west, Florida and X w York sleepers door. Hercules Malt Tonic, $2.28 Sc Russell Wild
stream curves in and pass our per cose; Clayton Cherry Brandy, (4 90 per cut
are the handsome homes of the Lake every strike is successful. A catch of I{oul opens Feb. 18. Tbe moxt healthful locatt'in -
out, a broad ribbon of royal blue flocked In tbe Soutb. Never any cajtes ot conta-
Worth winter cottagers each house thirty to fifty bluefish is not unusual for
with silver with or Infectious diHeaoes. or even malaria,
ripples fringed cither
great acres of gardens about it,' fragrant a forenoon's sport on the lake, and there nat the place to |iend the sprlne months without SAW AND FLANINd MILLS, JACKSONVILLE YARD,
uldo witli live-oaks stretching their thirsty risk. Not as cold aa mountain reports, nor
Into and rich with the bounteous flora of this are many Brooklynites who can testify too warm to be safe. Itooma with both grates PiUtttka, Flu. E. Bay St., Foot of Catat
roots the water, great sprawling Southern land. to their gaminess. and (team beat, electric lights, private Eatha,
3odars liftirig their bronze crowns skyward The byblseus with its and toilet*, hot and cold running water. Sun
radiant crimson flower aa large as a sunflower Palm Beach has been a prime favorite parlors and glaas-lncloned porches. Stop over WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY
water maples, their leaves like privileges. Hotel cent (300,0 bloom and and the oleander, variegated with Brooklyn people ever-since it was medicinal baths and the strongest Lithia water ,
at brief Interval
-vosy *
groups known for rheumatism,
of palm trees, some J if tiDg their crowns from deep-red to white, grow like trees, opened up to tba tourist by the railroad troubles. Send for circular.kidney 11 CO to and$4 per bladder day; Manufacturers of .

reaching up into the palm trees extension, five and the consequent $19 to 8.MS per week: lens by tbe month. H. T.
up into the clouds, and some like foolish twenty years ago Blake, late ot l'ass Christian and Manitou, Colo.
ftW virgins bending ever to see themselves feet aboro. Groves of oranges, bananas, building of tbe Flaglerlan hotels. Cypress Lumber Shingles and MA

la the Tomoka mirror, or to rlirt cocoanut 'and other' .fruits peculiarly Some of tbe more prominent annual visitors ,

tropical supplement the richness of tbe are Dr. C. N. Iloagland, exMayorF. ALEX NEAB. ERNEST TAYLOR.
with the alligators basking in the sun at horticultural display offering the A. Schroeder and Thomas Adams. largo stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings,
their feet. Prairie-like savannahs ofseagrass of' their luscious luxury NEAR & TAYLOR lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments,
growth to rival the During season there have been ,
vary the monotony, and the mouldings of all patterns a specialty.
the sweet aroma of the flowers. others here, and one may always rely od (Successors to John McAllister.)
of "an
alligator" When
cry bntngs everybody at home, write us for prices when and see ot
; our come
Beyond the up way,
gardens Is another wilderness meeting his and down
to bis feet. 'Wliorel here,' there, he's neighbors up the Artesian WielI Contractors
the garden of Nature Florida river. "Jerome "
gone," and a line of silrerbubbles where thickly In Brooklyn ,

he slipped off tbe bank is food enough tangled with undergrowth and vine, Eagle. EAU GALLIE, FLA.
heavily shaded with the oakKke growth W. B. DAWSOIT
for a vivid Imagination. Avery little alligator
of the gumbo-limbo and the banyan, and ,
will make a very big atory. The

groat palm tree, named byMr.. Anderson O" I Invite your Attention Co my Complete Stock of Wholesale and Retail

solitary The Queen grandeur of the"on Tomoka the edge, stands of the In -* HARDWARE AND CROCKERY 4- WINE

bank, her white trunk silhouetted LipR

Against the sky, a landmark for mlleaAround. Glassware, Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, Tinware, Gran
ite ware doors sash and blinds and
Builders' Hardware, water coolers, ice cream
Strange sights have drifted
fans freezers. Quick meal gasoline stoves, Blue Flame keroBine oil stoves, Harden tools
steross ber vision. First the'neble red rerbaard she some- plows and barrows, paints and oils. Fruit jars and Jelly glasses, poultry 1 19
lines netting West.Bay St.
drowns Fla.
snao, then the Spaniard, *ewearngatrange | there is a life buoy when jnit and barbed wire, Jacksonville,

oaths la a wild search St gold within a few strokes of Harrison Bros* Ready Mixed Paints.Please Fine Old
her Liquors Imported and Domestic Wines
and eternal youth, then the Fxepehman doesn't all happen became t she sea Write me for Prices. i fm
respectfully solicit
looking strange countries for to aae and it. ,Sick people afterssb your patronage. Mail orders giren rroiupt anil Careful Attention, and inquiries a nortlonfof for-
prices answered promptly. Mexican and Florida
oo<]uer; King Oeorge's red coats<*arg. in tbe same way. Cigars.
1 is within reach, 3VI. 3U.
lag along the King's road. Its route still bat the-y don't

saarked by rows of palms; the' atouf.Earls know Jnst where: West Palm Beach, Fla.SAIBaBX. .

of Ormond, half planters and balf ,>! is. dissonrscrd.Thsy be- WHISKEYS from f2.00 Per, Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound 1 110T

buccaneers, turning their sugarcane ..koto and distasted Pries List upon application. Tour Jug Trade Solicited.

rum aad their rum Into sons of Africa. icines with taking and wed.giv* H3-EBOT-E3-BDE3S If you wish to open an account you must give flrst-class city reference*.

Later, when Osceola and the wily Cooavooohee p in despair. ,

(the wild oat) led their braves .Mrs. Mary J. Stewart, of LARGEST DEALERS IN
Saratov*. Santa Clara Co.,
an a campalgo.of retribution, the torch Pierce, chief Csl., in n letter to Dr. R.V. Vehicles, Harness, Write for Wholesale Prloes for Market Gardeners of.*.... *
l the Senainotea lighted the basks of'the consulting physician of the

river and the war cry and the death falo JavalldV, N. V.Hotel, says and: "I Sara-leal suffered Institute for fourteen, Buf Wagons, Bicycles,

i wall sent a shiver through the crown of years and with female weakness, nervousness In the South. RELIABLE TESTED SEEDS
general debility
trying: ,
ererythinr I
the Queen of the Tomoka. Its banks could and
to help me nil to no avail Al tWZ Correspondence Solicited, SABEL ,
are border lands of romance and adventure though I was thoroughly discouraged and BROS., Selected and
disgusted with taking medicine when 1 heard Repository Foot of Grown especially for Florida Planting.
and one resents Laura Street
as a personal InJury of Dr. Pierce's medicines, I thought I would JACKSONVILLE.

the demolition of Buck Head Bluff, more to flnd relief. I took the BURTON K. BARRS. Seedsman, Jacksonville, P
one of the most picturesque points of Prescription Medical,*and Discovery too great praise* and eannot'Favorite be These prices are as low as the same seeds sold Seedsm* -
Wm. J. are by reputable
all Southern Florida; and which had given for the rapid relief they gave me. I IlARKiSHgiMEif. Pres. H. E. IUrkisiikimkr, Seo'y A Treas. New York
booni half quarried for am now free front the former troubles,'and Philadelphia, etc., and the saving In time and freight will amount5considerable.
away may Cod Mesa Dr. Pierce in all his under .
stone, to gratify the vanity of a foolish takings to rare suffering humanity." v The Elgin Better Company of Ftornfa.

or greedy woman. In these expeditions and Thousands who bad reached this forlorn KaT" IN CASE OF A FREEZE
hopeless condition of body snd mind Remember xne,;
lunch Is served at Tomoka cabin, commanding have found new hope end rescue in the use WHOLESALE ONLY.BvLtter .

a, lovoly view of the, river, A of these marvelous remedies.

big hamper sent out front Jhe Ormondverland "Tbe Dr. Pierce's People's great Common thousand.page Sense book, and CliGese. THE
Medical Ad
the coffoo arriving hot, and viser" is sent'free in paper covers for ai FUEL & SUPPLY

the Icon frappo after a half hours drive or one-cent, clothstamps boind to for pay 31 cost stamps.of mailing Address only,; Office and Cold Storage, 110 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

across the country. Tho return sail Is Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo. N. Y.
Rev. J. K.Thompson,of Our 4 Crewn Butter Is being used by the best merchants Wood Coal
|delightful, the tide bolng with Kae Calais.Washing throughout the State Coke Brick Lime Cement
us. ton Co., VI., writes ,
this The butter ,
concerning great work handled Is the
by ,
Many regretful glances are turned backward "I am charmed with the style sad general sub: us product of one ot the largest and best Creameries ,
beautiful ject matter of the entire work. I consider it a In the State of Illinois. It Is always uniform In quality.
as this region vanishes, valuable addition to my carefully selected Yitrified
library. J
svst Into tbe mists of memory,< for it will one.The purpose I am also to set pleased meo right with physically lb* retaed Is a and noble at I Merchants not roceiIng oar quotations will do ns a favor by writing for same.By . Paring and Sidewalk Brick.

always shine forth as a brilliant the same time fearless way in which handle WE SELL THE
retrospet. those delicate yon I ONLY TO TRADE. This Is positive.
subjects peruiBingVo 408
West *
Tbe Ormond is reached at 'sunset auklof tbtwOTkadmirablynttcuioribtrpuag.biology thus" I Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Telepbon* !


J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Jfcn***


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Dealer inLUMBER, HARDWARE and PAINTS, BRICK-, LIME, CEMENT, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Glass, Putty, Oils; and*



Indian River,


Saturday, March 26, 1898,


And for TEN WEEKS Thereafter, wewill offer our entire Stock,consisting:of v \
-hlmneypipe Stoves Agate and Tinware,Varnish,BrushesTJow boats,Guns,ammunition,Fishing:tackle,Ship Chandlery,Flags and Hunting:,Wooden and Willow ware, table and pocket Cutlery, Hlilnglea and Lath, Iron pipe an Fittings,Rope,Agricultural Implements,Artists'Material*,Bicyles,etc.,
Vt greatly Reduced Prices. We propose to give you such Bargains as you have never heard of before In this States Wjb are determined.to. reduce the stock and will out our.prlres from \n to 60 per cent to accomplish our, desire. We>
can sell you anything from a sail needle to a furnished house*' It will pay you to come and see us before purchasing elsewhere..


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MONEY And Boy From ***
of very SAYE
month.la Jerome, of Chicago; and Mr. R. L. Griffith We acknowledge receipt a
the .
-f INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. +- rencq during of Providence, R. I. (all subscribers pretty folding, Illustrated calender from
this connection Dr. R. II. to the Advocate), rarely go out without Air. D. 1 Wlnne, of Broadway, New

Stout says : "During the month bringing In a handsome catch of big York, which now has a prominent place
a, WlUlf JOORHAL DEVOTED TO THE DETELOrMENT of March we are likely to have fish. The other day Mr. Bo wen caught In the Advocatk office. The many little

OF THE IHDIAlf EIVBE, UII weather and it is three trout weighing 301b*. Mr. Bennett's tokens of friendship from our numerous
WORTH 1KD l>l04tI catch of a few weighing New York Feed Garden Seeds
certain to cause to return is not for Grain Hay
many the finest catch of the season. Mr.Iiowen prove that the pink paper ft
PUBLISHED KVKItV FRIDAY. home under the supposition that itis brought one in the other d.ty gotten. ,

the precursor of warmer weather weighing lltlhs. Mr. Jerome, on his Meal and Cotton Seed Meal.
down the river recently caught lots
mistake trip
Charles H. wAtToa, Editor & Proprietor. in April. This is a serious
cavalll and also .
of fine trout and one
for April nnd May. are frequently shark 4001b and a sword fish
weighing Ash kills all kinds of insects
Mineral ; Harmless
more delightful months about l,0MlIbs.( Mr. Luckeylias Agent for Gray to .
weighing Cir-
U. 8. Department of Agriculture Court of the 7th Judicial1 the Cloiiest Margins.. Write '
the In Clicuit soil for cash on for
than February and March. As the honor of having caught Brevard County, A. D. Only quotations.
Weather llurcnu .Jupiter, Fla.Tlie learned and finest trout landed at Kockledge this cult of Florida,
this fact more
being street.
& 1898. 124 W. Bay JACKSONVILLE
winter. It tipped the at scales Hlbs* Office: txP. \
in time I think
more every year, land V. Mix
and lralf-an-hour to
following is a comparative required over Bill for Divorce.Notice. .
of temperature anil rainfall for tlie that these months will become the him in the boat. Mrs. Luckey did excellent vs.DaUdK.. Mix. .

week ending TuoBtlny, Mar. 22, I8JW. most popular of any." work, and has been the leclpientof appesrlnic by tfie bill of ""l'laint exhlbof -
1808- -1897DATE. should congratulations. IT E. McMURRAY Carriage aniHateriii
tourists many
As a proof that solicitor, that Hie '""" .
MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. not return north too early, a One ef the most successful seasons we int, Ifeviil complainant's K. Mix. Is a noil resljientof the SiMMof
1(1 74 close Florida
have had in now to a
that years
weather bureau on t niiert
report says within the
17 74 71 80 7. Ihe State of New York
at Rockledge. It has been a satisfactory be and appear
very Mix.
18 70 ow you.the said David K the BAKER
seanon for the hotels, and has b r 19 7 7<> 81 71'JO in New York, where abundantly realized the expectations of BtCOXD DAV OF MAY. A D 1SW,
77 71 85 70 with rain The Hotel Indian Kiver ,or a decree pro Dealeis In
snow was falling, at stations the proprietois. to an.wer said b'll of complaint
iti 21 77 70 81 HO while the New will be enured aualimt you and the
closed eonfesso
ud Monday night,
77 71 80 72 of the East Lakes and portions will be allowed to proieoU ex parte Pleasure and Business Vehicles Hand A
22t Kockledge and the Plaza will remain complainant Dump Carts, Saddlery, Carts, etc.
Total rainfall for tbo week! 0.00 Inches of, the Ohio Valley. Snow open until the end of April. The Indian with Is her fUrUier eald catme.ordered tiat this notice be kIt Bicycles, Sundries, etc. *

iti Departure from normal rainfall for the was also reported from western Kiver and Plaza have given great satisfaction llHbed in the Inwas Rivku Advocate, once a,week a new.iiaper for.- Main and Church Sts., - JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
woek: minus 0. 41) Inchon. Departure stations. to their guests; while the New published In said county

from normal rainfall since January 1, Kockledge 4ian been deservedly popular lour Witness consecutive, the Honorable weeks. John P. ,

minus 3.27 Inchon.J. uDder the efficient management of Mr. Jndaeof said court,and the seal of said court
W. Chonk, Observer. THE MAINE REPORT.Wiibkk Allen Treadway, All who have stopped nt the court house In Tltimvllle, Horlda, this
at the New Kockledge will carry away SJrd day of March,A O 1HK8.A. STEWART, The NewSelden
pleasant memories of trips in the can 1- A.
Eretry one is anxiously waiting in tlie row boats and on the launch. [L. 8.] Clerk Circuit Court.R. .
Cattle raising in 'South Florida to hear what the report of the The trips on the launch to. the various niar2&-apr29 O .Stewart, D.C.

is a source of much profit at this United States court of inquiry will places of interest on Indian River such Door

time, owing to tho heavy Cuban be in regard to the Maine disaster, as the the Ostrich Farm and Fairy Land Sheriffs Sale. Cypress Company

demand, and prices have advanced and in the meantime Uncle Sam is have been very much enjoyed and appreciated ,

from 25 to 30 per cAnt. not idle but what its text will heno by the guests of the hotel. The and by virtue of an Alias Writ of
publio are indebted to Mr. II. P. Shares UNDER Issued nut of the Circuit Court
one can say. Of course-, opinions for the religious advantages they have for Brevard county. In a cause therein depending

Tub damage done by a recent differ in the matter, but whatever enjoyed, both In tho church and at the and 1> 1C.ibsnq, wherein II Is R.defendant McCormlck, I have is plaintiff levied Opened'Octobcr 1st, 1800, turned the steam on to

frost in California is estimated at the outcome President McKinicy song services at the hotel. Kockledgetho niion and will sell nt publio auction In front of
and Best Door Sash
gem of the Indian River is certainly the court bonne door, at lituatllle, durlna the One of the Largest Equipped Blii
$500,000. No dunger by frosts in l to act with ,
can depended upon "a thing of beauty and a joy forever. legal hours of.sale,on
Florida at this tlmo of year, the the wisdom which has endowed all Many who have visited other parts of the MONO IV,THE 2nd DAY OF MAY, A D 181W, and General Wood Working Plants in the United States.

orange trees being now in bloom. his actions of interest to the United state return with the verdict that there to the highest and best bidder of for the cash defendant, the following , ;
desnribed property
H no place like Rockledge no place that
States and her people. Preparations Hltuated In Hrevani county.Florida,towltiKniriniiing management, (covering a past experience of
And with experienced el
offers the tourist so much In the way of at a post on the west shore of the
is the progressive spirit for wur are being energetically natural beauty. With its noble river Indian Kiver In Section 25, township 30, south years in Cypicss) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the fa

who will undertake the establishment -continued by the war and lined with oaks and palmettoes, and its rtiinre 3S east, whence a palm 4M 10 Inches north In diameter li possible material and workmanship at our bands. Our production will core
U T bears degrees
of more factories arjd more navy departments, and the country locky shore indented with coves and links marked distantoIhoa pnlm 14 inches In diameter Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glass,etc.at .
bays, it Is all that any lover of the beautiful mirked X Iwars north 4S degrees, east 24
industries in Titusvllle ? There will be in fairly good shape for could desire more like a draw of links distant; thence northwesterly along the
is Held here for the both defensive and oifensive river shore 040 chains to a post about 10 feet
a good man operations the imagination than a piacticnl reality north of the wharf, from whence boars a palm U
with money and enterprise. while from all parts of (instates soems this garden spot of the state. Indies In diameter marked H T, bearing north CHAS. N. WELSHANS
M degrees, west three links distant; and a palm
the oiler of those ,
come ready 12 inUies In diameter marked B T, bears south&Jeicreo
and willing to defend the honor of east, 11 links distant;thence northwesterly
Tub truckers the lower East
on along tbe river shore to lllackshear and
Coast have be the stars and stripes. It is very [Send the Advocatk an order for any Kason's southeast corner; thence northeasterly
good cause to happy, likely however that further Investigation job printing you need.] at right angles to the general course of the CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTEE
considering the very remunerative channel of the river at this place, to the edge of ,
will have to be made, said channel; thence southeasterly along the
prices they are receiving for their
oclL-e of the channel to a point opposite the
produce this winter. Many carloads in addition to that now pending LITIIIA SPRINGS, OA, starting; thence southwesterly at right angles ** HAIR AND LATH.
to the general course of the channel of the river
before hostile
of beans hare passed through publication, any this place to the point of beginning.
Titusvllle of late their demonstration will be made ; but SHEEIWATElt PAKK IIOTKL.Llthla Also beginning at a post on the west 1,110 in
on way to the Indian Kiver In Section 25, township'30, State Ij & M. Paints and-Oils.
we, with the other sober-minded ,whence tree 10 Inches Agent
northern markets.We Springs, Near Atlanta Oa. south range M east a palm
and in diameter marked B T, bears 4S degrees north,
peace-loving people comprising Florida and New York sloepers pass our door. 12 links distant: also a palm 14 inohes in diameter Old 'Phone 8. ) 13 Ilogan Stmt
the greater part of patriotic Hotel ojiens Feb. 18. The most healthful lot ation marked X,hears north 48 degrees, east 24 v\
are in receipt of the first in the South. Never any cases of contagious links distant! thenre run southeasterly along
number of the.East and true Americans, hope that war or infections diseases, or even malaria the shore of Indian River to the northern boundary JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
Coast Republican Just the place to spend the sprlnir months with owned
will not have to be resorted to asit of land now or formerly by one
published at Melbourne, with out risk. Not as cold as mountain resorts, nor Hei kles, thence run northeasterly at right angles
would doubtless entail deep anguish too warm to be safe. Rooms witb both grates to the general course of the channel of the 11dian -
Mr. C. V. lllne editor, and Mr.Jas. and strain beat, electrio lights, private buttm, River at Uiis place, to the edge of said
T. Hogg Uoth in a large number of homes and toilets, hot and sold running water, dun chaiinol, thence run northwesterly along the Behsard Abel. Peter J. Xevim
manager. gentlemen by the loss of loved ones besides parlors and glass-inclosed porches. Stop over edge of said channel to a point opposite the
well privileges. Hotel cost SAM)000. All kinds of
are and favorably starting point; thence southwesterly at right
lo ther suffering consequent of war, medicinal batba and the strongest Lltlila water angles t the general course of the ihannel of
known, and we wish them every known for rheumatlmu, kidney and bladder the river at this place to the point of beginning. .BERNARD ABEL & CO.
In their and be an enormous expense to the troubles. Bend for circular. S3 SI)to$4 per ilav; . ..
success new venture her *IS tof Sper week) leas by tbe month. H T. JOSEPH
government and a burden' to lilake, late of 1'aaa Christian and Manitou,Colo. I mar25apt29 Sheriff Brevard Co.A .
people. We do not want war.TITUSVILLE'S .

The estimate of the secretary of Commission Merchants

the Farmers' National congress, ,

that $600,000,000 is wasted nntm. PARK.

ally in the United States through CLOTHING. Corner Washington and Jay Streetsj NEW TOE I
There was quite an assembly of botb
bad roads is
supported by that of .
young and old at the Titusvllle park last TI.OKIDA PRODUCTS A SPECIALTY.
other statisticians
and from this
; Sunday evening, enjoying a peaceful rest
it appears that the tax they im. In the refreshing shade amid the wolidpal
Refer to Irving National Bank, New Tork; to all Commercial Agencies,
pose takes one-quarter of the whole moss-covered oaks and tropical Florida Growers, whose shipments we sell. Send postal request for prompt repjas
value of all farm products in this mettoes, or other delights of'this charm'r Shoes Hats Underwear to market prices, or any information in our line.IT .
little In
lug spot the woods. It Is indeed
country. surprising to note what a transformation ,

has taken place In so short a time, and
at such a small expenditure too; the
TROUJU.KBOMB question has
grounds have been cleared forming
arisen at Washington in connection a smooth dry surface, and In one etcBiggest FERTILIZERS.

with the proposed system of forti.flcations corner an Ice-cream booth has been erected ...

at Tortugas. The engineer the proceeds from the sale) of croarn
officers who being devoted to tho further Improvement
have been investigating of the park; while on tbe westidea Stock on the East Coast. ARMOUR'S PINEAPPLE FERTILIZER.ARMOUR'S .

the matter, estimate plot has been enclosed, and laid out inan
that it will cost about> $1,000,000, artistie manners In walks and beds, VEGETABLE FERTILIZER.

and take nearly two years to put where plants and flowers now set out Specially prepared out of the purest materials and recommended to
theIsland in will soon blossom forth In 'their bright
shape of defense
proper groen and varl-colored spring garb. because they are the very btghest standard of excellence.]' *
from attacks of an enemy by Under the ablo direction of Alderman

sea, and Secretary Alger and his W. It. 'Knox, who Is giving bis whole For other crops we have *

associates hesitate to embark onan time and energy to the work, Improvements '

undertaking of that extent unless are still going on, and our little ARMOUR'S ORANGE TREE FERTILIZER.,
park promises In time to be a veritable *
the navy department considers Garden of Eden. A bandstand Is also J ARMOUR'S FRUIT AND VINE., .

the work absolutely necessary.We talked of, and our citizens can count en
another' attractive feature If the plans ARMOUR'S BLOOD, BONE AND POTASH.

mature, of which there Is good prospect.Oue .
need good roads along the could hardly wish for a more Compare our analyses witb those of any other manufactures. We can

East Coast of Florida, for they will Ideal spot In wblob to while away the you other Fertilizers or Fertilizer materials.

!>' enable the farmers of this county evening hours; for with. Its cool, shady
to get their produce to market nooks, where are arranged so conveniently Use our Complete Brands and you will get the very best results. Anal?
tbe benches
more easily. The demand for good rest; the beautiful, and oner might say and, prices, etc., furnished on application. We shall appreciate a trial order.

roads along the East Coast Is no superb scenery of Nature's own production

new thing for,our readers, for the (now In the full glory of spring ARMOUR & COMPANY
Advocate has been "pegging growth, bloom and fragrance), witb the
away"on birds sweetly singing amid tbe dense
Fla.ockledge .
tbe subject for several years foliage of the surrounding forest; and IS A GRAVE MISTAKE Jacksonville.

past. It is no visionary theory on the gentle, refreshing breeees wafted la

our part, like a great many other from Indian River, all In pleasing harmony

questions but it is the combine to make It truly enchant'DeT -
result ofober dress
: while for picnics such a sjjbt would goods. ESTABLISHED 187S.
thought and reflection. be unsurpassed. In addition, with Its ?l . .
Through the kindness of Mr. Wo, swings for the children's exhilarating

M. Brown, the neighborhood of and healthful exercise, pure atmosphere without' first sending to
Titusvllle is getting a fair sample and grassy carpet. It forms a natural
playground hard to .
of good roads, by the laying of the Sunday afternoon equal.On next the Indian *

fibre from palmetto roots, and that River Band will give a concert lo the The Commission Merchant. Froit & Prodocf

it makes- good road, easy for park, and Ice cream will be served from Surprise Store .
two to six o'clock.
driving without
goes saying. Let 87 Murray St., NEW YORK.
tis have more good roads.


APRIL IN FLORIDA. Oranges" bright, per box $373to500

On Monday evening, Mr. Julius II. FOR SAMPLES OF THE MANY Strawberries russets, refrigerator" , !!"t 'l 35010 400 035
Smith, family and some friends a party perqt ... \*** 1 ' 030to
The tide of travel is certainly of ten In all returned from a delightful operates, ' qt . ..WW". . . . O27to 033Strawberries
' turning northward from all along trip on their launch down Indian Kiver. poor to fair . " / \ V O20to023

the southern part of the East They stopped at the various points of NEW AND STYLISH Beets Potatoes, perbbl w 200to7
Interest, and returned more than satisfied GOODS per crate . I00to250
Coast, and the P. E. C. R'y cars with their onjoyable trip. per 100 bunches. .. '. .Y. '.'V. *'. 2 600Celeryperdoz

passing through Titusville as well gto 075
There have been many great banters Cabbages, bblcrates " "- "J Is0
as the steamboats are crowded per . \ 1 00 to
and fishermen at Rockledge this winter 1 '' '*' ' "'" ' "'
0W er'perbblbMketA .. . . r' 350to 400Eggplant
with tourists on their home. whose fishing and -
way hunting exploits have per orange boi. .. 20Oto350
They should however been published from week to week In Lettuce
remember per doz 3to085
that April is one of the most delightful the Advocate, causing a big sale of"the Order It Sent Is the, or Largest a request as well for Samples as the most, receives Up-to-Date prompt Store attention In the the State, and an Lettuce, poor to good, per doz.' .' *."* 020to o 040
pink paper.of the East Coast. day received. Tomatoes
months in Florida, and per carrier. .... . 123 to M
They have kept the larder well '
supplied per carrier. . 00 to 5 00
to the north too early in the with and fish. There la famous "' ' '' ' ' *"" 3
game a String beans
per wax crate. ] \ \ .t' tW"The
season may land them into a country quartette of fishermen now at the New ,.. .,, ,. ... 160to a

where blizzards and bad Ri hotel in the persons of Mr. Proprietor of the SURPRISE STORE
J. Wesley Bowen, of Philadelphia:; Mr. I ,
.is no uncommon occur- J. G. Bennett, of New Tork; Mr. C. C. I. st. Augustine ADYOCATE

fla. does neat, clean Job Printing.A .

L '*h iiHififajtifi
tin ffltnn T


professional Cards. IMPROVED GOVERNOR. THINGS ITAVi; ClIAXClKlY.TIiiim .One Man Can Run This Steamboat & GODFREY *" If

[ g, *Robbixs. Walter a. Graham.VOBBISS Preserves Cnirarm Sp* d Under Widely Works Wonders, ami IloreIn ,

4 GRAIIAM, Varying Lomds and Chanting Pnasm,
This Fact N Clearly of

ATTORifETS-Ar.LAW, with Rect-ut electric developments lixhthiK in oflicebuildings iu connection I>ciiioiitmtc
,cKHoifR95 From 10 to 12 a. m., insist ou such exacting wrvice a* to al few years aitn Pr. 2.pj. ,
r and 2 to 4 p.,m.j.itUSville low only the nmiureeturintiou, of Vincent came to Florida COu .
and bviren practice liv HOrtlll OHK88KI),
Brevard Co., Florida, peed under widely varying loads aud advertising;. In less than -
Bo .'* changing pressures Not only must the MN'kliawu *the most trja Orange lloa Heads,
o "talked alsuit' In
fflUprwtiM in all the oourts state and fed speed be uniform, but it must remain the 8 ate. l'lnso'lnna man too Fruit Vegeteble Cnst a.r.umlier .

bo during the period of the change. To were asked l>v their patients delivered at any'part of Indian River
SlicM fMiUtle* 'or and
examining perfectj'lwdtlUe meet these v list they thttUKhta >n tlirouirli bill of Ia *. now nnd rigid requirements hi nit till* l>r. \ lucent.I'liUKliiK *0)o Intrlmll.llntf on the rast Coast,would do well to
a governor bun been demised which in mi the teaulitiitrof a write for tirlres. TlieHawinili Is sltisstwd on the
every way fulfills the demand* referred a ilecaile aiso the, antl 5"MACIIINKItY I.,T. K. W. Ky., m iniios south of l'alatka.Sat.HiuiiH *
S. JONES looking ii| on new
fCfOB to, with the additional beauty of extreiue ooincr s* a sort of an Interloner *zz I lights, Putnam co.,Via. 4
their reply wisalwn
simplicity. This
governor, >s the tnuie: **llo
ATTORNETATLAVV.llTUSVlU'E is au adaptutmn of the Ritos governor Is an ran't expect him to he iniKhon time tuKiiuiit."
BREVARD CO., FLA, system, not only regulates to tho viry How woiitlt'rlnllv thln H hurliuiiKeil In a tewHluirt 'i
highest degree of perfection but with iixuiths. 1'iwliiv tlii-re In not an honest IIAMILKS rilOM VII.OT IIOI'SK."Ji Home-Seekers iii. *

County Judge of Brevard County.L. iirartltlnner l>r. \ lucent In has thecltv.certnlr.lv Imt e alio re S-f t. Iinw l
rooin. and
ktmls of chronic eases, lint it is not thn (Ixa-lt. fan aoooni.n.nlata six uerions X eoalT REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.KxchnnKl"
or eiitht
eBsll. |t rs el er si or Hultiluplioate .
)>h\sieluns vim are siii>|>osuil to know of all oloasiire or treiuht .
purpose llirht or tul.liitf luislness.
iIicho onres. (lo whore oii will throughout the Hi tionilit will for *1,200, nrl.WA
> w alter to suit ions, at prices Trom S'IiNI.iki to si mhi.MKHltll.I.STKVKNS .
GAULDEN, rlty or St.ite anil jou wlh hesr of those eases.At .
the same time, Dr. \ lucent iloea not ehiim Utl KNOINKKItlNO CO.,
>e inlalltlile. He sometimes falls, but when he HO East Hay8t., Jtitvksiuivllle, Flo. Knajlneers Contrartors, Kte. >f l roporty for Propertyr aSpoclnlty.
ATTORNETT-AT-LAW, lines the chnncus are that there la no hope for Send DcHorlptlon of what
the cimo, no matter whore he icoes. In all cases
I Will practlc*ln TI the Courts of the 8u te hnasks but a tnirauil iiupartlul trial. That laall. you huvo, nnd what you want.MALAIJAH 1 ,1
i Fliirlila,and the United States Courts.P.O.Bo ,

Money to Loan. 18GOLDSMITn the K\e, l.ar, Nose, Throat, Imnra, Heart, Htomacli C. CARROLL,
I.lver, llowols, Klilneys, lllaililer, Ser>es,
Hkln anil HlnmlTHK Chronlo I leers (olil soro leg;), Kte.HOMESEEKERS KpuI Kstitto A Rent.
tancer, Hiiiiture, stricture, Varicocele, llvilto*
cole ami I'lles pfiiaranteetl cnretl without imlliir
/ the knife. Khetiimitlsin, iliseases peculiar to
women anil 1'rlvate Uiaefcsoa of l>ulh sexes, are
ATTORXEr-AT-LAVV, given special attention.No Wines Liquors
churge for oonsultatlon. Kees always roasonafile ,
Special rates tor in II treatment, are Seeking a Home in the . and Cigars.

Florida.CABYELAVES int. W. T. 8. VINCENT, l>e< lallst.
Mohawk Klockcor. Itnv & Market Streets, Guaranteed Pure.
NEW OOVKRNOII.an Jaikson\, Florida. South should send to tho undersigned
Sold at reduced
extraordinary rapid adjuHtrnent and Hours: 9 to IJ a. in.) to 4 t to 8 pr inRunilnys
3)0) to 3 price*
without the slightest instability or surg p. in. only

NOTARY PUBLIC, ing. for a copy of the I111 ported

STATE AT LARGE. Technically stated the centrifugal What do you need In the way of Tokay Wine,

element upon which the degree of the envelopes note nnd letter beads bill from Italy.
Typewriting, taxes paid for nonesldenU ,
rents and accounts collected, refinement of regulation of all governors heads, statements, tap*, cards, etc ? Florida'East Coast Homeseeker.Ve John B. Togni
to., etc. Correspondence solicited.Titusvllle depends is combined with an inertia element We shall be glad to have a share of your ,

. Floilda.J. relatively so great that instant 'taotk. We have a lliat-class Job dopiutment Motiopolltnn Saloon, 12-1 Kast Hay St.,
and extreme changes of load are immediately connected with the Aovocatk,
provided for without waiting and all we ask is a ahnre'ot your work.t JACKSONVILLE KLORIDA.WhnlesMle .
WEBB, for the otherwise necessary manifestation \ have lands for Fruit Otowlng, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, nnd for and Itetall......

Winter and Suninicr Homes. Climate tlio hoiilthiest in tlir. '
of centrifugal force. The eatire t KtervlHMly Says So.CttHcuretsCaiuU United States.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, governor consists of but a single moving Catluirtiu, the most wonderful Apply to The Largest and Most Complete

Will practice In the Courts of the 7th piece, suspended upon one pivotal incUieul dlmmerv of the a ro, pleasant Establishment South.GEO .

Mrcuit.lolbourne. point, thereby reducing the friction toa and telr. ailing to the lasle, ucl gently JAS. E. INGRAHAM Lund Commissioner
ami positively nn kiilnova.liver nud bowels, ,
S. &
Florida. minimum, and with no joints to interfere clcaiisinif tlio entire svatcin, dispel tolds, KI.OKIOA KAST HACKER. '
with the bout action of the governor. cuih lieudnolie, lever, liubltunl < oustlntionami | ( COAST It'Y, 'l
The biliousness. Please bnv ami try a Im>xof >
suspension pin or pivotal *
U. O. (J to-.lny; 10, &>. m cents. Hold and ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
0. FRIES, C. E. point is made of hardened crucible steel. guaranteed to euro by all druggists. \

The suspension piu eye is lined with

COUNTY SURVEYOR. phosphor bronze, and the little lubrication I IMANIER
that is required is accomplished by Orange drove and ltositleiico
Land legally surveyed and sub-divided,
forcing grease, by means of a compression for Sale.A .
lapping neatly done. Estimates for grease cup, into a number of recesses

11 kinds of engineering woiks. Dtsmted arruugedaround the bore of the fine gnv'O and garden property of alrSV
bushings. 12 iicioh, fronting on the Indian Klver
linos a specialty.'rrisviLLE and extending back to thocounty road
A Commercial Laboratory. at bti.irpes about 15 miles south ofTitusvllle & LANE MUSIC CO.ConoYer

Brevard Co., Florida.CTEPnEN There has been established at the known as tho IIrock place; .

Philadelphia Commercial museums nn .i00 beating trees; good house, four
rooms and kitchen; servants' house- and
Important and valuable acquisition to
E. FOSTER house, l'lIce *1,500.00.
the already large collection of valuable packing to MANUFACTURERS OK
exhibits. This will bo the addition ofa & OltAHAM Doors Blinds
ItonillNS Sash
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, laboratory of tests and technology INan Attys. for owners, Fischer Kingsbury FrankilnPIANOS. ,

Rooms 4J0 & 423, Gardner Building, adjunct to tho scientific department.It Titusvllle, r U.Don't Moulding & Building Material.Olllco

JACKSONVILLE, FLOH1DA.ITm. will not be an exhibit in the ordinary .

sense of tho term, but a department
Tollarro Siit| ami Simile lour I Ife Anay.To A WnrorooiiiR. Klntf, opposite
that will have for its object the examination Cannon Street.Charleston .
Scott. Gordo* R. Bkoomb.CCOTT and analysis of raw and manufactured quit tobacco easily and forever, be man
netio. fuller life, norve and visor, take NoToBtio -
& BROOME products which may bo sent toit the wonder-worker, that makes weak men S. C.

from any of the countries already represented strong'. All druldflsts, BOo or SI. Cure guaranteed. CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW in collections or from private Booklet and sample free. Address Sash Weights Cord and
Sterling Kemedy Co.. Cbiuatio or New Yotlc > .
individuals who wish to determine,

(over Bank) through chemical and other tests, the Lowest Prices ; Easy Terms. Hardware.

Jtlami, Florida.'EORQE commercial value of the materials presented

; The services of this important Shaving Parlor.H. Window and Fancy Cl t 3A
Write for Catalogues.MANIEIl.
department will be at the disposal of SPECIALTY,

W. ALLEN, any person or firm desiring tests or analysis
providing they comply with the "" ,,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, requirements of the department relative 21 East Hay Street, Jacksonville, Kin.

to the manner of sending sum pies and
Key West, Florida.
more particularly to the injunction

"B practice la the United States stated, that no certificate given shall be,

American ..Machinist.To .

T\u' nouoiiTox Revolutionise microscopy. Traoc Marks

Professor Elmer Untc of Washington
Ooi TRiaHT Ac,
he has worked out A by
says *tulips kctnh> nnd dMwrlptWm m f
DENTIST. which objects cnu be magnified to a size Railway qiilohlv *uiwrt>(lii our opinion fr #"wbthr i
1 tm pruhmMf tMTitmMm
Daytona S00 times greater than by any of the tlotiHiitrlutlrmMilldmtt pi.. lUndbookon k*...*..tiluvminnn
Florida.JD His invention nut ffHW. 4Mft4Mt umiur for < tunitlprntrnnt*.
microscopes now in nse. H_f4titUi tAkan thrviuiftt Mutm h, Co ro ..TAnronn
he claims, will revolutionize microscopy wptrUU Ktttlet without enwrw, Iu tha ,

ALPUfc. and will 'advance science to a point Scientific JitticricaHeA

hsnrisontaly lllastrstsd wseklr. I snresf (Sr.eillntlon
he says, will he of special value in hue of snr snlsiitllla lournsl. Terms. *H a i if

AN AND SURGEON. tcriology m l *tllfly of tho cellular S. MEADOR EAST WEST.'THROTJOH n four months, ft. Mold br all newsdealers./
tiosnes. The professor ik-clares that he MUNN & Co."' "" tofUrsaub
Specialist In nltatTjitiiary) an Rectal where all other scientists Washington Oftloe, V Ht.,Washington,!). C.
T Diseases. have faikd in discovering a way by
image projected onlenacanbe
which the magnified
Sanford, % Florida.8iy"We .
magnified by a second aaif RUBRfff&SIISII TAMPS TVVMY M0T 4"vir

itwerethe* original object. To do N.EW YORK AND FLXJRIOA UniTED." 0ME8VOIINOARfU

wouj esteem the favor if our this has been the aim of scientific pho.tograpbers Hollrt t leaders, when [rttlng or calling upon and mlcroscopists for many ( are between Ht. Augustine aa
'our advertisers I Purchase merchandise, years. Professor Gates does not divulge AND SOUTIIVVnSTnRN LiniTED." HAsLSl SEALS. MASS :HEiItftiTl

etc./would men! '" the Advocate.WANTlT the details of bis invention.- Indianapolis Thrunvh Veslll>ue! Jatkaonvlila and without *
via Haranpiali Uolnmbia tthauge

Electrical Safe lirealtlna;. t Pullman Drawiug-Kovtn Buffet Hleeulng Cars between Jacksonville and New York. joutsirm WjT y o a THE SOU
Confede: Soldier In the'ClvilHea la recent experiments an arc of 40 to Embracing Lynchburg, Charlotteavllle,

War," contains 0C ? 12x16 inches. 60 volt's, with a current of 300 to 600 SOFT SEINE TWjNES.A Washinicton, Baltimore and Philadelphia.

and over 1,100 la.-j battle scenes, por- amperes, is said to bave penetrated in CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED." WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS,
traits, maps, etc. and Urgnblghedand minntes safe walls from PERFECT STURGEON TWINE,
greatest three to ten holl.l VeslllitiliMl trslivof Pullman Drawing lt est War Book. eve | the 8 to 6 inches thick. A- rough steel CABLE CORDS and MACRAME.E. IJoe< hea running through without ohaoge balweeu Javksuaville aud Ulauln*
only one that does ''Uce to the Confedcanse 6 by 7 by 10 inches, was Mil.
-erate soldier and tl he fought ingot perhaps EMORY JOHNSON, o > asm. m .
wanted penetrated with a diagonal, jagged bote Also Through Pullman Sleeping Car* to
for. Agents te\\\\
vrwhere t
; < the M00DU3 CONN.
this book1 on our n< j eagy plan."otlemen from 1 J* to 8K inches in diameter, Cincinnati, via Columbia and Ashevlllc, Through] tha
Many of the lady and' agents thickness of ,metal pierced being about

who are at work are king from 4W1 8 or inches. Who will now warrant a LAND OF Tll'n 5KY." What PEFFER'S HERVIflOR Di.It } .

$200 per month, '''fans, sons and burglar proof safe? THEFISHING Threttgh sleefiere to Maomi. Atlanta, Rlrmlugham, Msuahls and Kansas City.iml aets tioa'srfuiif and ejuhtai/. Cures wea llotlisrs
daughters of Veterans] ''oil others Inter to Chattanooga, J niisvtlle nnd St. Louis . . fail. Touiitf Toutliful men vleor.rsssln AkMlslsl.tlinr.i.nt loss manhooili 014oieorarover .

ested are requested totiful na beau- Twiakllnr f the Stars.A is f Cue* Sir # mnmi Vli lltr,
illustrated "' for a GAZETTE For Ixlullml lntornia'lon aa t rates, snbmlales, sleeufug ear reservations, etc, apple* lm.'>t.s ri>lll lrl' lsilMSil'ires'ir,
free) interest to astronomers tltl.ee ralUaH.mrr,
circular ( discovery of moch ajr again f ihe biiuihms Hall.war er Its oonueetiona. sea. WBatlaer Isls-
and terms to and alt *fet of Mit **ue or essffi ae4In
agents. Journal Job Printing C< Ky. of Ixrwell observatory A IHSTOKV OF let rtrufisisc Impose a worthless sif hscttute onrou
See, who is in charge TUB Vt'OHLIl'lKISUKniES. L. A. STTTPMAN, Florida Poga Agt 213 Went Car Street, Jackgonvllle, Fla. I ***n** ib rt liis esresttr i>ffii insissenhas.ina .
A. T. The cause PEKrKlt'M mtUVIUOK, or send (or It.
at Flagstaff. The> onlr weklr pnbllentlon In the /. MCDLP, ( W. A. TURK, 8. H. HARDWI0I, Can N>ssrrlsd In Sest p twinkling of the stars has always teurlil drtulnl rirlualvrlr > si I i tr M>. of the tha Traltlo Manager, Hen Pass Agt., Assl Wee. Pass Agt., Written Oasrsstss te Ikn) mr Hem* SkaMim.y.
\< mystery, none of the theories advanced I isimrrrlsl Klahrrles. Kl h Cultural Wuslungtou. D a Washington. O. a Atlanta, On. PsMinhlei frite.i i>lift liy dreKwlsts.Address
seed**- ._ been a and Natural Hlalarr ft t-'lan. rir/CU SiVUlVAL. JLSsI'M
In bartmi eeeaast, stood tbo test of thorough t8o8. Cklsaa*. III.
,' tllt TM SM "t '"llltMrt having THE OmOAL OROAV OF THfS TRADB.A 17,
ofouHleetloo wiaudoD'"( < investigation. Dr Bee has fonnd Valuable Mi-iltum for Advartisars. Hold by J. U. Screren, only.Royaltansy .
always largely exossris >>>4ninM| The FISHING OAZBTTK (Ives tha daily quotations
in tbe atmosphere -
east of the has* and H *i"w the cause to be the presence oS the principal Pkih markets of thawuntnr.
be bad. The beet la '* ><,beeaeapest. of innumerable little air corrects and all the news of the Ki hln World.It Keep Vuur JCye> on BpeJm

JPareitrHlet or waves, which dart through the KISH la Indlsiwnsahle DKALFR. alike Orders la the aeeev riHHEKMANind d on N. T, And other things aa well. Iterul a reliable pills

break in tha light from riKH MERCHANT* for prkw of subacrlpOoil. newspaper Uurinu; tliese axcltlnirdays.
FERR air and cause a is that to a beholder StateI.OO* sad par Canada.KJ. rear, postpaid. to tsllsd Will pay ton market pilcea for WHITE The Weekly New*, Hiivannab, HKWmarovRHV. nitrvrAiuA
tbe star Tbe bus the familiar m par jur, poalpald to Karelatare nEUOX anil WIIITK EfJIlETPLUMEH.OHEEN8ALTKIJALMGATOK fla Issued Monday* and Thursday* and Srs..sil.ww,rsiJaaisaoilSftiereileCCusssp e.eeMiivs, sesstr or |s.a>fiilumoaturation. *
on tbe eartli the star > ntriea. HKINSanil forwarded by morning mall train*, bring* .Him ss.s/er ree>e*
These little 0 a> l tor aaiupla ropy. liMlkMb InvleorstesiaMeerwsas. Ms.wsrs .
rmearance of twinkling. Address HEA UIKD1 (anil fur in acnson). you all the new*. You can depend onwhatJc mt 4se >*ae Imltjsttsas. "Jamspsisir
and always(at yoor enoner-*' lu Vurrent* can be
1 Flee cant* ear paper eeerye< through tbe 24 inch telescope very A EXPRESS BLfX).. LOUIS STEAHV, only W.0Q a year, 50 cent* *ls months, tor psrtleaisr.. Mivle ke l **4emiSMk4sors.ilre

Always a.M.FERHY the bast.a CO.kleed.Detroit.Annual plainly ounighta when this twinkling 203 BROADWAT, Commission Merchant, 2.1 cent* three morflh*. Hubacrtb* now. ilACXssWOIA riON.* IT IkasM r Kit, rvc.

observed most by reuwymg tbe eyepiece JIEW TOOK. 101 Beekman ht., New York qitjl Remit toThe
U of tbe instrument. Weekly New*, Savannah, Ga. olil by J. B. Screven, only.


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MAGIC HAZEL TWIG..A Ciimpul 1*of No I'mi Near Ilornhohn.In ( Uiaped l.tetlve .

ilia llaltle.A WILL 'RINT YOUR' RAILROAD TICKET Tho Engineer of London illustrates

SCIENTIST MAKES A STUDY OF THE most phenontviml island is that ofEorabohit WHILE yOU WAIT.An A queer looking Trench locomotive, da-

ROD.Xr in tho Bultic, belonging to feigned evidently, as some experimental
DIVINING the kingdom of Denmark. It is famous Automatic Device Tliat Kara* Labor machines in this country have been, to

for its geological peculiarities, consisting anil Serves the Pnrpoar* of Convenience reduce air resistance. Regarding this
Interesting Investigation* by Profe o W.F. as it does ulmost entirely of magnetite
and May :
and Aoonrney Used lu Franc* The Engineer says
Barrett of the Boyal College of Belas nnd its magnetic influence is nut Here, The remarkable contour of the locomotive

Fort Ireland Vtyehlo Phenomena only very well known to tho navigators lie Adopted we illustrate on this page needs

Connected, With Dowsing. of tlioso waters, but also iniK-b' feared For a long timo tho railroad companies no comment. From .time to time persons
by them on account of its influence on have been cudeuvorhig to find an forget that the end friction of elongated
# The notion that yon could detect the the magnetic uet dies, which makes the economical, accurate and practical register. bodies moving at high velocities

existence and position of a stream of steering of a hhip correctly a matter of A most ingenious machine has is practically negligible when compared

water flowing underground at a depth of'lOO much difficulty In fact, this influence just been invented, which manufactures, with the sido friction and attempt to

feet or wore by the poculiur behavior is felt even at a distance of miles, and prints a'lid cuts the ticket automatically reduce resistance by providing tho body

of a hazel twig held in your flngorH so pnlpably llmt, on thn island being on ono sido while on the other side it with a pointed hi uk or prow, even at

has been looked upon in modern Union sighted by murinci's on the Baltic, they registers tho number of tho ticket, its the expense of increased surface, it is

ridiculous superstition. Hcientifio at onco discontinue steering their course destination and tho price. A simple addition true that projectiles lire pointed at tho

as a tha geologists, by the needle and turn Instead to the of the numbers lined on this band leading extremity, hut it has been shown
and particularly
people discredited, all storied of thin sort well known light bouses and other holds gives the total of the amounts which by experiment that the>gain iu velocity
have to direct their craft. the receiver has registered during the is only slight. The projectile
that other folk from so doing
long and so decidodly
so Between Uoruhohn and the
evince faith inthem. day, however, flies more steadily
ashamed to
have been there is also a bunk of rock under water Every one knows that tho tickets delivered and it is therefore pointed. An elongated
Which is dangerous to navigation, are of different
very to the station masters with an hemispherical
Now, however, a professor of physics constantly submerged class projectile
of its
and because being to their
colors, according toward the rear extremity
of Science For Ireland end but tapering
in the Royal College
vessels havo been frequently whether they
destination and
and their for flight as
approaching the subject with a is about as good
wrecked at thut point. The peculiar fact are full fare, half rate or excursion. closely follows
antagonistic to the The porpoise very
distinct prejudice in tiiis case ts that tbo magnetic influence carefully manufactured any JOB PRINTING OFFICE.We .
All the tickets aro most tho great speed ADVOCATE
theory, has been led to change His his mind of this ore bunk is so powerful that us they' represent important this shape, and this perhaps animul is dependent iu INDIAN RIVER
extended investigation. naruois attained by
by an needle suspended freely in about manufacturer
a of From the
subtitle of the Bums money. it. -
Vf. P. Barrett, and the large meusuro upon
bank will down and,
over the point they are delivered to tho main office,

treatise is "A scieutiflouuid in which is embodied historical the research result if not disturbed perpeudiculur, will line remain! Scientific in a perfectly and from there distributed tho over railroad the An KiikKhH Sleeping: Gar, do Job Printing of all kinds, and Guarantee Satisfaction'as '

to tha existence"and pructicnl vuluoof whole territory covered by The Great Loudon and Northwestern

as a peculiar human faculty, unrecognized Amerlcuu. company It can easily be seen manufacture thut the Railroad company hus lately introduced, to Prices and. Quality of, Work,
mistake in
by science, locally .known asdowsing. Fluti Your ripen. slightest each with much satisfaction to the traveling
Wanted water running into drains would cause endless confumou. As publio on that important route, a new

The first great step in this work was and sewers is of very little aeccunt in station is the object of a special fabrication description of sleeping car. These curs

to collect all available narratives in regard removing deposits of solid mattor which as the name, the number and the were built at Wolverhampton from designs in HUNTING.Ainerlran .
about -WHALE
to the use of the divining rod.In accumulate in them. This is proved by point of departure aro always printed by A. O. Park, the well known green .because lu .swimming

time Professor. Barrett was confronted the fact that in many lur e cities where upon it, it may be realized that iui Immense expert in this branch, each car being 70 the water the white belly is the color of, Vlrat Whaler Waa Accused of

with on amazing quantity ofevidence. the consumption is greutest it is necessary number of pieces of curdboaidis feet long and hiving six wheel trucks, the light Shining through 'the water below. Sarcery Valuable Catches.

Scores, if not hundreds, of at frequent intervals during the prepared. and the cud platforms are described as hence protects him from his enemy whale fisheries pursued for many

these tales are given in his trcutlHo. year to flush the sewers for the purpose The manufacture and the registering being completely inclosed, so as to prevenp His buck, being green, makes hira, The profit,to the whalers of
Here are three samples) A sanitarium of removing tho deposits which gather of such uu enormous stock of small tho' druftiuess of. side doors iui on the other hand, appear from above years With great aud'Loug Island are now.
;/ in Somersetshire of pieces of cufdhourd are so complicated the usual as a part of the green water and is his Massachusetts
was to bo built on high ground there. It is weight and volume water other words, presumably of their former proportion*
England, The site was apparently that arc required, and the sumo rule will that tho companies really do not know American vestibules. There are corridors safeguard from hawks and other enemies. but a shadow nearly ti0l>whaling vessels

a dry ono. ''Three professional apply iu the clenring out of u drain or just where they stand all the time, tho whole length of the cur on ono side Forty sailed years ago from New Bedford, Mass.,,

"dowsers" were sent for separately, wants pi pa In 'tho ordinary closet a Mistakes and frauds are daily committed and lT"civbins,rt or compartments, six with oil and whalebone

acb unknown to the others and each stream of water pours through the valve notwithstanding all the precautions' containing double berths and five single HI* Threat. and returned Whale oil
working under the conviction that ho into the ami of the bowl, then encircles taken. Tho muchiuo which is here prescnted Only two of these cubins huve upper worth nearly *7.OOO,0O0 and whale.
All throe pointed into tho trunk ha.i been invented with tho idea them one then sold for $3.75 a gallon |
alone was employed. the. bowl, feebly drops berths, while in ull of except Now that
A well was sunk there the closet then into the mid that the bone was worth $(S a pound. >
to the same spot of trap the beds are placed no occupant denuded
have been
and abundant water was found. William down tho soil pipe. The internal circumference lies-crosswise of the car The smoking the whaling grounds
Ward Spink, a justice in British of the soil pipe is a little compartment is iu tho middle of the car, of their riches, the docks of New Bedford

Columbia, walked about over bis over 19 inches. Tho stream of water and the lavatories aro. urruuged attach are almost deserted of whalers, for

grounds for an hour, blindfolded and flattened out will not exceed four inches end. The interior woodwork finish is iu few fishermen are hardy enough to ven:

carrying a divining rod in'hla fingers. ,'consequently but one-third tho inside great variety of style and material, satinwood ture Into, antarctic waters, where the '

Every time the wand dipped an attendant circumference of the soil pipe is maple, Italian walnut and other remnants of vformerly vast-schools of.

drove a peg into the earth. Jn many,! ever washed byvtho water. A pail of rarer sorts making up the combination. whales fled for security

oases the justice Would pass over a spot water, thrown into the bowl of a closet, Each occupant can light or extinguish The whaling industry ts one of the

where the rod had moved before, and it an operation taking only a few1 seconds his gas jet at any tyne by means oldest in America It was established

would invariably give the wuno sign of time and a few gallons of water, will of a hinged globo. New York Sun.TiTTuMWi In 17C5 it reached us most profitable'
*. again. He dug wells at only two of the have a flushing effect more complete period PP,yeurs later Since lttftO it has )

places indicated, but got water in both. than if the closet valvo were kept open For the Preservation of Holler*. been decreasing in lmportanceand pVoflt'

This man declared that if ho stood over for a wliolo day. Water and Gus loview. The practice adopted by the. French Today it adds very' little' Co..the wealth '

a garden hose with a divining rod in, navy for the preservation of boilers not ,| of New Bedford. .

his fingers be could tell by its conduct Hurgleel Instrument. in use is different from that generally A writer in The Fishing (Gazette say s:

when the water was turned on and off.At Safety in vogue, and it is worth at leant making "One Wlllianr Hamilton was the first,
Monmouthshire, a well The arrest of Heeding in surgical operations killed whales the New)
Nowport, a note of. They seein" to take the person who on
.was sunk to a dopth of 01 feot without is now said to. bo assured by bull by the horus. Instead of emptying you wish to drive me to' mymanhood's England coast. He was born ui Scotland *Iin.
of instrument due to the ingenuity Do
success. Local experts, noting the character means on the boiler they fill It completely full of last resource, woman" ? 1043 and. coming to this country in"
of the soil, then pronouncod the of Luwson Tuit. A platinum fresh water and tbeu add to the water a you wish me to strike you? Ally the early part of his life, took up his''

IT quest hopeless. A Cornlshman who wiro,'so arranged us to carry a current certain amount of milk of lime or soda. Sloper. residence at Cape Cod, where he was ,
inclosed in the blades
of electricity, is
was present advocated a trial of tbo divining other The solution used is not so strong for Scrap* of Selenee. persecuted by the inhabitants tor killing
of pair of steel forceps or uuy
rod, with which his boy, agqd required instrument, the wire for this boilers with small tubes. It is Intended Men on an uverage weigh 20 pounds whales as one who dealt with evil spirits

11, bad had some successful experience insulated ,a bed of to be just sufficient to neutralize any more than women. Whaling was afterward carried onby

'The lad was sent for.. In his bands the purpoHo burnt pipe being cluy. This urriuigemeu-t by be- acidity of the water. Particular attention Weak and inflamed eyes are relieved a Mr Paddock, who went to Nantucket
twig gave distinct signs. But the people the of the tubes middle of 1(180( tor the
the lug perfected, a current of suitable volar is given to putsides by buthiiig them in salt water. about the IFASHION'S
have to for excavation
who would pay if they ure.not to tie used for a long of instructing the English in
skeptical and hesitated. ago is turned on, the artery seized ;and Severe ivy poisoning is quickly relieved purpose
were few seconds the time. They are painted with red leudor the art ot whaliug in boats from the
take the comproHHud, and iu a bytmthing with sodium hyposulphide -
Cornlshman offered to contract -,
that he'would tissues nnd arterial walls are so agglutinated -. aMgSQjIf coal tur'as far us thoy are accessible, solution. shore, which business continued goor/jf
himself stipulated tlmt tho of blood is rendered and for the rest a protective coating is and profitable tilt the year 17K0, when
demand no pay if no water was passage The employed THIS MACHIHK PRISTS BAIUtOAD TICKETS.of obtained by burning tar, the smoke ofSvhich Wine of colchicum root relieves obstinate it > diminished in consequence of trie#

found. The job proceeded on that basis.At impossible.is uliout 180 degrees temperature I'\, the fact preventing any mistakes or fraud and will form a coating of soot. Besides sciatica in five to ten minim scarcity of whales In 1? lb whales were '
A depth of 48 feet the diggers struck this the boiler is closed and doses throe times daily. sloops'
day the casing small
being tuns apparent that' the principle of correctly registering every pursued on the ocean in
a gushing vein and were obliged to flee involved in this tlovice is different from exact number of tickets sold and the kept airtight, after some quicklime bus Boiled potatoes are much slower to and schooners of from 80 to 60 tons. 1

for their lives. rod is shaped that of electrical cauterizing lnstrunienta amounts recoived for them.Tho been placed inside. American Machinist. digest than rousted or bake d, the former The blubber was brought home and

The typical divining wishbone and is about apparatus is quadrangular inform. requiring 8 > hours and the latter tried or boiled in. try housea A few
comewbnt a
At tho bottom of the box is a Vlnlon TeHts In Rchoola.In from.3 to 3H'In years later vessels of larger burden were
The of is held
tip one
foot long. prong
a in eaoh hand, and the hands are kept Japan'a Meat Emperor.Le small electric motor which sets a nickel Philadelphia It has been found a case of twins their photographs employed and the oil boiled'out'' in try j

eight or ten inches apart. The elbows Toiupa has an, interesting artioleon plated wheel in motion, this wheel boding that of about 1,600 pupils of the two and meusurements were closely alike, works at sea <4"The

are usually in contact with one's sides, the succession to tho throne of Japan. placed on a level-with the handle highest grammar grades whose eyes but the miuutim of their finger prints most valuable catch ever madeby '/'

and the forearms extend straight forward His Imperial highness YosbUiltoJhinno on the left sido of the apparatus. The have been tested nearly half of those were quite different. a wuuleship was phut ot the Onward. 3.Captum .

horizontally. The twig itself Hnrou no myu is suffering from long cardboard bands are rolled around examined have defective vision. In several The lake of Urnmia, iu Persia, contains Allen.- which arrived in New 4'

stands almost vertically in front of the lung dlseiiBQ and cannot recover. Prince three or as many wheels as are needed, cases children \\ho were instructed more suit than the Dead, sea, Bedford after a 41 months' oruise with

dowser's chest. In the majority of oases "Spring" to give him a more manageable situated above the motor' uud below the to wear glasses have showd the benefit which holds 26 per ceut, or eight times a cargo worth over ta75.0uOt ot which

reported the upper part of the rod swayed title, which is the translation of composing cylinder. It is thiscylinder of using these in improved proficiency as much as the oceun! the captain s share' was fuy.OOO Thojj

towardthe operator's body, .but In a Harouis only 18. lie is tho son, not and its wheels and Its teeth, located in in their studies. In some instances pupils total value ot the whole rjw uat e5 ,the

few instances; ,it moved in the other direction of the emprcHSwho is childless), but of the upper part of the machine, which were retarded, unconsciously to whales brought' into"1 New Bedford during

namely,, downward toward thoearth. one of her ladies in' waiting, and he constitute the functional' secret of the themselves, by not being able to distinguish FANCIES. the 55} .year s for winch a record "has j
with the large
The violence of the movement was proclaimed heir' by'nn article in latter. In conjunction anything written upon the' black been kept is more than$

seemed to vary greatly. If the twig was the constitution grunted by the emperor exterior wheel, which revolves against board. One boy, whoso hesitancy in Dresses for bridesmaids should be "The averuKo ship, carrying a crew,

so held that it could movo freely, It in 1889. He is tho last mule descendant the outside wall on the right works of the apparatus reading could not be accounted for, was made of some of the delicate tints, with of 80 haiKJs. used to cost about $35,000 '1

would perhaps revolve on an imaginary In order of primogeniture of a dynasty the mechanism secretly Sound to be afflicted with a difficulty a great deal of white in combination.A The ships were owned by com panic* "
axis extending from one band to the which baa rolgned for 2,600 years and in the Interior. On this largo are that made one word appear as two, Inepevial beautiful skirt for evening is made which supplied provisions and clothing ,
of the different stations
inscribed the
other. It is related that on some occasions traces its origin to a female incarnation and the names of the various trips.. cases a, physician's examination of fine lawn hung over white silk and and all the necessaries of the voyage \
prices tor
when the twig could not revolve, of tho sun the goddess Amatcra. This has boon advised. School Journal. trimmed with two wide lace frilled and advanced certain sums of money \
When ticket is desired for a given
it would be badly twisted and bent and genealogy is accepted without difficulty a flounces ottffr. tne .enptaia and' his crew to leave torj
motion set one over
wheel is
'would even be broken. Much variety is in a country which kuows all tho latest point, the large set Watch Canned Good*. \ the support of their families while tbeyl

discernible in the accounts, both as to improvements in electricity and representative until the name of the station asked for When a can is bulged, tho contents Bashes are once more iu high favor, were itwny No wagos were paid to |

the way of grasping the rod and the government. The nearest approach comes opposite a small iron point. One should not be I'scd. us the condition < f few smart gowns beiug seen without either' the officers or the sailors, but e

latter's behavior. to a serious religion which the of the, buttons corresponding to the the tin shows that air has reached tho something of the kind. Black is most each had his s/iare in the proceeds of J

Although Professor Barrettdoesn't Japanese have would seem to be their three opening* is then preHsed, and this inside, and decomposition has set in, used, iu velvet, taffeta or thin silk. the voyage, and the balance was divided I

attempt fully to explain these phenomena cult for the imperial personage as cm- sets the. interior machinery In motion, which has caused gases to be generated, f A stylish and elegant hat Is of fine among the stockholders when treyr% -

be baa clear convictions on ono bodying in some sort tho.traditions and and in loss time than by the old fashioned TUe gases thus formed have forced the felt. The brimis wide and rolled up at"Do turned. The unptaiii'i "(1 unates W

point. He is oonfldent that it is the operator the spirit of Japan. Consequently there way of stamping, etc., the ticket tin to bulge. Cases of poisoning through one side. The trimming is of heavy rolls hardy New Emu landers, but .the c ewa

not the rod, that discovers the is not likely to bo.any trouble over his comes out ready to lw used. If more eating canned truit nnd meats are so of velvet and loug, thick ostrich plouiea- were mostly Portuguese from the Canary

water. The movement is not due in arrangements for the succession, which, than one ticket for the same place is desired common* that the above method of detecting Astrakhan unci fur cut iu designs of ,,Madeira and Asore'islands. "
the button
genuine oases, he believes, to any attraction according to the constitution of 1889, coutiuue to press, as poisonous canned foods should i leaves, scrolls or conventional figures
tickets needed.
or repulsion exerted upon the passes, iu default of his own direct descendants many times as there are bo specially valuable to housekeepers. i wla he used.for the garniture of winter. Klondike.APHORISMS. .
While the is.delivering the nard Lark ( the
machine n
twig(or the substitute therefor) by the to the heirs mule of Prince Public Health Journal.Fneumatte gowui. Laid ou as applique they' are
tickets asked for' the being
hidden stream, but to muscular action Arisugnva Taruhito, who died' in 181)5 suiue are Car Window*. most ffectivaJi. m
iu the interior
'"exerted unconsciously in to during the siege of Wet-lmi-Wei. His mysteriously
of the apparatus. An endless,bund unrolls A Kansan has patented a pnenmatio novelty in neck dressing la mode ofuarrow
who made
some inward inspiration. Some psychologists sou, Prince Tukchlto, was
from the top of the apparatus and device which raises a car window by .strips of fur, set closely on a
of lata
accustomed admiral the is therefore
have been vice during war,
registers simultaneously with fhe delivery air pressure by turning a handle,'which satin ruche. It is finished in front with
to assign many human sensibilities at present the most likely person
years of the ticket its number, its series, admit* the air from a cylinder to a piston a jabot of errant colored lace, the upper
of the the throne which
and activities to a part spiritual to succeed to poor
its destination uud price.By connected with the sash.A ends of which are finished by two large
nature that lies below the level of Prince "Spring" will hardly.live to occupy.
consciousness and which they coll thtj"subconscious rail Mall Gazette.. means of this uew machine an inspector velvet bows.
self." "Subliminal" is need only present himself at the Serapa o* Science. Chenille toques and capotes promise

another name for it Professor ticket office, unroll the registering band Benzoic acid wash relieves the Itching to be favorites Some of the new shapes
Barrett is inclined to think it possible t'se* or Liquid Air, and say to the ticket seller, "Yon should of scaling cutaneous eruptions, j jAt have a bow set under the crown, which

that the faculty which some people Liquid air is one of the modern wonders have so and so In baud. a Newark (N. J.) factory electricity -' gives a resemblance to the college mortar
which, like the X rays,-we do not The railroad companies of the north boards. Hembrundts
seem to of finding water and is employed for automatic hat iron are also pop
xnet&la in possess the manner described resides yet know very well what to do with.It and west in France have adopted the ing. ular, fome of them show wonderful

down in the "subliminal,'-' but further is probable that valuable uses for new apparatus, and gradually all the Experiments in Boston show that crowns of cornflower blue. Mew Vork
both will develop in the course of time. roads out of i'arls are using lYibuue.
investigation is necessary, he admits, running cooking by coal costs but 1S> per ceut of
The liquid air, or aerine, should atonco them. Of course for American use the Kin help er
to establish that theory. New York the same by electricity. KloVJike Waggles yer
be tried for hardening steel. machine would be less complicated, tulortonit creeter,, lady?
Tribune. When steel is redhot, the quicker we owing to the fact that we"have no first, 'Only one person in 1S has perfect eyes, poor Mrs tudduoso I am so sorry, only

yon lend a person money, it becomes can cool it tho' harder it will be', and second and third class tickets. New the larger portion of defectiveness prevailing Cultured and fine manners are every we haven't a> thing in (he place but

lost for any purpose of your own. surprising results should lie obtained on York Herald. among fair haired peoMe. where a passport to regard. Paley money

When you'ask for it back again, you dipping a drill, for instance, iutp a The highest temperature in the world There is one body'that knows more

find' a friend made an enemy by your liquid which insists upon maintaining little learning is a dangerous thing.Driuk is recorded in the great desert of Africa than anybody, and that Is everybody. Lifa is made up not of great sacrifkseaor

own kindness. If yon begin to press a temperature of 200 degrees. The result deep or taste not the Pierian where the thermometer often murks Talleyrand. duties,, but of little things, tn.whicb.

UU further,'either you must part with of the experiment would perhaps spring There shallow, drafts Intoxicate ,50 degrees F. null's and kindness and small obligation's

what yon have lent or else you must be more curious than valuable however. the brain, and /'drinking largely sobers The fUh's belly is white and his back that Negligence corrodes is the rust of the Bonl. given habitually are what preserva -
American Machinist. through all her best resolves. -, comfort.
pose your friend. Plautus. us again. Pope. Felthaiu. ** the heart and secure
| Sir Humphry Davy.,

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see his "better half." lie reports things f
I par*. lively at Miami.

Mrs. Chambers and her friend, Miss FERTILIZES

ueckmister, went to Cocoi a few days
ago on a shopping expedition. Z1'hi

The Misses Anthony, Mapes, Welling
nnd others went to the beach with Mr

Carter in his sail boat, Saturday.A. iXSLSJC prices

L. Bruner came over fioiu Ocoanug, ,
Friday. He shipped 07 crates of beans jDlA.11
last week and three the week before. TO

The quarterly meeting was not held
as expected. Bio. Fisher being detained G-roT
1 rers.
at Jacksonville on important business. .
It will be held on the lUth and 17thof u

April, Everybody invited.Mrs. .
Aroxind 37ortllla50x*.
II. S. Black nnd Mrs. Bailey Beforo the Matoilals bo and tous
iS" buying following sure apply
came down from ClMr Point, expecting Price $2{5.00.

alyPure to attend the quarterly meeting. They GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: tor prices, ami we will prove t6 you mo can save you money.
staved with "uncle nnd auntie" Ilugbes,

and took the steamer St Augustine for Moisture .. 8 to 10n STEAMED BOXE, RAW BONK,

home, Monday morning. A iuiuodIhhii| > J to Sulphate of Ammonia... toWl to 2ftS BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE, ft
George Carter and his treed Available 1'hoHjilinrio ActilKiiiil to s
R OO.,NIW VORK.jm dog a to Hone of Lime
] rbonphate 11 to 11B DISSOLVED BONK, NITRATE OF SODA,
laijre wild-cat last
Saturday morning. Votawh K2 O ... to 6
The dog kept It there until George went K<|ii l to Sulphate of roUah .. 9 t<> 10M SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS,
after help. Archie Sweet took his Magnesia. Ldue,Soila, eto. .. .. to 00Pamphlet.
and killed it. It is the only ono that gun S3f Write for Special TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SKKD MKAI-, HARDWOOD ASHES,

Beach.j has been here In a long time. COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KA1N1T AND POTASHES,

The many friends of Mrs. Chambers $3F Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at Very low 0

Pnow on sale at the planned a surpiise party for her birth H prices.
day, which was also Saint Patiick's Day.
nlm Beach Inn and
Bl8. They all gathered at the store and quietly Please Correspond with us before boiny induced toPamphlet. buy from Donlors. Send for
and silently matched up to the house

Ilypoluxo, was inttBburg about 7.i0: p. m. There were thirty in hi .

Pa., la again the some pleasantly party.tine to musio The all. on evening Mis.the Chambers piano passed; Misses gave very LITTLE BROS..FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO 4Melbourne.

family.t Anthony and Wagner, Messrs. Hall and

of Cleveland, O., Carter, and others did some fine singing."Dainty Taclssora.TrIllo ZFMoxidci.
ike visiting* Mrs. L.jk and toothsome" were the"refreshments ,
that were served. The souvenirs
were a, bow of green satin ribbon.
again, after having Everybody "wearing of the Altogether account of being unable to seouro good
ifs and baby to her it was the most enjoyable green. event musio. When a Customer calls for Spring Wheat Flour

of the winter in our quiet, little village. GOODK & fiOODE Keal Estate and Loaiu.Atcont John Waller Is a frequent visitor to
las returned to C'leve- for .*tn.i, London anil Liverpool anilOlnbe town now, Inspecting the progress of the

weeks to Lake, when Worth.Brtainty he .exla Buy lumber and other building mateiial attention,nnd paid Itrmurlnl to the Fire intercuts lumirance.of noli 8ietlal residents. shell road.Capt. he expects to get :

direct from the .
Builders' Supply Hogg left for Miami Monday
now that aI Co., St. Augustine, and save the lumberyard evening, after spending a few days with -*H*
be erected in this man's commission. HOTEL CARLKTON, MKLBOtHlNK, FLA.lleiiutifnlly his family.Mis. .
[summer. Ex-Mayor situated on a hitch bluff, overlooking
the Indian Itlver. FirHt-cliwn accommodations Saundeis, nccompantml by her
sago, is the promoter ,and rati* reasonable.K. .
daughter, Mrs. C. Campbell, anivodSntuiday
i Eau Gallie.Capt. KOHKIUHON, Proprietor.WHfcV from Miami.Arcfuloacon .

good authority,
ipon Delmore YOU OO TO MRI.HOTjn.NK call at tneIlxuiar B. F. Brown held services
of Cottage
Al. Goode Is now on the steamer Mr .Chas J. F. Iainpbell Co., Millinery at the Fort Pierce hotel Sunday evening, *
ite an addition to her Spartan.Tiie Notions, Drv Ooods, Ladies' readvniado to a large congregation. (gr *
Jer. Probably fifty and woven Underwear, Ferris' Renowned
schooner Golden Kule was here- C'nrsuts,eto ,embroidery and colored Bilks, The Methodists havo been holding
Wednesday morning.Mrs. souvenir spoony,Stationery,eto.ay their quarterly conference here the last
ser Cordelia was an-
M. L. .Payne has to visit few days, nnd have had protracttid services
Beach pier seveialI gone .
which well attendod.
I remained until bat- her mother at Foit Pierce.Rov. Love)V view of Indian In a sheltered ,

She goes to St. Outland will hold services here situation rates.Superior accommodations.erate MoclW. The baby of Mr. nnd Mrs. Sherwood

The officers were roy- next Sunday to the Methodist congregation. R. CAMPBELL,Proprietor.1IOTTL died .Tuesday morning. The boro.ived
9 the Koyal Polnclana parents have our heartfelt sympathy.Mrs. .

The new express service on the F. E.C. RIVFRSIDE, .MELHOURXK, FIJI, E. Dot ton and Miss Annie Mortis It Is the best: also the cheapest, beoauso it gees
Jt'y. is greatly appreciated by shippers overlooking Indian River: homelike accommodations of White City, spent Wednesday with
;any kind of building of vegetables.P. and food board. Rates SI.00 per Mrs. Dey-Card nnd Aiss Zora Card, at faithest.Tako .
day or f 8.00 to $7 00 per week, according toIcxatlon
ids or otherwise, the of room. Special rates to itlverpeople. their Camp. no other; insist on getting tho genuine *
Lorlllard's houseboat Caiman arrived CHAS. T. MoKRIDE,
to., at St. Augustine,
The Fort Pierce hotel has
sake you a delivered here yesterday, and will be laid up Proprietor.LFOV been a very article.
popular resort for the tourists this
in Eau Gallie river
for the
tion. You have nolan's summer. season, also for sportsmen. F. M. Tyler, For sale by loading dealers throughout tho State.SEEDSField .

commission to Archdeacon Brown held morning A. PEEK, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND the able proprietor, Is an anient sportsman
service last Sunday at St. John's church, HUROKON, Melbourne, Fla.Mrs. himself.

leaving on the afternoon train for Fort
Pieice. and Garden SEEDS.
(ceo.wtellknown. Valentine and daughter, Helen,
Election for town officers will be lieldshortly. of Tillman, were pleasant visitors in Courtenay.

brewer J.E. M. Hodgson will probably town last Saturday.

|V arrived here on last be named tor mayor and G. F.Paddlson Miss Annie Ooode returned home last Our truckers nro commencing to ship Seed House in the State.
and C. L. Taylor for aldermen.A. beans and Largest
strain.Fho Saturday, feeling much improved in potatoes.F.

B. Faulkner, of St, Louis, Mo health, after her pleasant visit at In- L. Whitloik F. W. LaRoche and
has been in ,
our Special Varieties of Corn for Florida. Seed* for Foddor crops
who bas been stopping here several Indianola. ,
|B few -weeks, left...forJyn J. J. Tlerny spent last Thuisday atMerrltt.
Sunday morning, weeks enjoying the fishing, left Tuesday and Mrs. Haffety, who have been Cassava Sued, 7&o. per lM( ), bost. Sond for Prloo List.
for home, via St. Augustino and Jack
guests of Hotel Carle ton, left List Mon Miss Addle E. Sams left last '
loosen was in town last sonville. Saturday La CAMERON, Seedsman,
day. This was their second season for Waveland, wheie she will tako charge
\\\ W. Dunlop, after several weeks in Melbourne, and we hopo they may of the public school.Chas. 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.AlsoTaper ii'Fertilizers.
ink Foster, of Oichid, pleasantly spent at Eau Gallie, left for spend many more among us.
k/g last week visiting Toronto Can., Monday last, via Savannah T. Harper attended the social | Shell Peaoan Tieos, 1 to 2 years, Olustoo stock/*!? per 100.
Smith who returned from
club at Indlanola last
Washington and Philadelphia.Hodgson Friday
Palm Beach so ill about two weeks
ago night, and reports a very pleasant tlmo.Supt. .
jPiazza[ returned home Bros, are hurrying the work we are pleased to learn* is slowly improving
last week, where they of putting In new boilers, etc., on Capt.MclDtyre's and we hope soon to see hi* John IT, Sams and son, J. D.Sams .
M Mr. and Mrs. Chas.i" steamer J. I. C, which, it is pleasant face on the stieets again.Mr. spent a part of Tuesday In Cocoa. .

hoped, will be ready for service in the Miss Jessie Stnders of Indlanola
and Mrs. E. S. Bender, of Albany, was
event of war with the Dons.J. this in our town last Tuesday for a short
Kennedy, of Sebastian, N. Y., who have spent season so
?w days recently. .L: narrison has a force of men at pleas intly at Hotel Carleton, left her* while. t Before making your purchases write to

work this week, tearing down the casino last Wednesday, much to the regret of Miss Beatrice Sanders, one of Indianola's -
lam son was on the sick building, which be will erect into cottages their host of friends. We hope to welcome charming ladles in
was our
but we are pleased toIs on Highland avenue, near the postoffice. them again next season. They town awhile last young Saturday. The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.
feeling better again.In will spend a week at liockledge.
Farmer Symmes, Messrs. Huot and ,
of Grant, was In the Mrs. J. A. Pettlgrew of Boston
turday The steamer Terra Ceia, Capt. Fogarty, Bast, also Mrs. Douglas, took a spin
evening.pp of Goode and sister of
witb Capt. James Cantee as pilot, stopped daughter J. our down to Rock ledge last Monday, to take For Prices and Terms. Special attention given to Pineapple, Orange Tree
Goode arrived here
sister and daughter, and here over Sunday on here way to postmaster, R. W. in the sights at that place.J. .
frs. Powell made to the Manatee last Saturday, on a visit to her father low ,
a trip Tampa, where she will run on and Vegetable Fertilizers at prices
Mrs.Pettigrew . G. Bast of the Hunt club with
their and other relatives. Although ,
Wednesday, to call on river. The Terra Ceia is a tine
has owned considerable property Dumont Huot, of Montreal, Can., met a
lends.Roseland. staunch boat.' -. on Indian River for the past fifteen catamount while hunting alligators last Stock of Good$ kct] at Titusville, JFla.,

Mr. and Mrs. John Mellor. of Chicago, years, this is her first visit to our state, Tuesday. Monsieur Huot shot the animal

have just celebrated the 63rd anniversary and she is very much pleased. just as it captured a gray snipe, and to avoid'delay In shipments.
of their wedding. Their many friends, thus seen red both. The pelt of the catamount so as
of the 'Coronation of the
by whom they are kindly remembered, The cantata and the snipe mounted in Prof.Scrlmgoour's .
Todd and Davids, of New tender their congratulations and best Rose," which gave so much pleasure a (Tltusvlllo's taxidermist SUDLOW, Gen'l. Manager, O. CAUY-ILVf Kd,

Y., left for home, Tuesday.okes wishes. month ago, was repeated last Saturday artist) best style will accompany Mons.Huot THuavlUe.
evening, much to the delight of those to his Canadian home Jacksonville, Fla. Special Agent,
came up from Woodley, Judge J. B. Martin and wife, of Owen- who heard It. As the sun-flower, Miss and mementors of hia first, as winter trophies InFlorida.
turning the same day, taking ton, Ky., and Mr. and Mrs. U. D.Barker, McCoy, was absetit Miss Llllle Robertson .
kis son, Dempsy, and Master of Louisville, who have been spending ably took hr part. The other members '

blisses C. and I.. Cain. the winter at Hotel Granada, left for of the cantata were: The rose, Miss t. D. CRAMB keeps a flint-class ftaloon. Wines, Electro Works.

'fishing for bass few days home on,,Wednesday's train, intending Maude Powell; Recluse, Arthur Wilson; beers, whiskies, brandy and rum. Imported Florida Plating
a few and uomeatio tobacco and cigarette .
to remain over.at Jacksonville a musical directress, Mrs. C. D.'Maclean; cigars *
orrespondent landed a small Misses Sue Sophia and Kate Price of liquors from(i 00 to SS 00 per gallon. ,
days. flowers. attention to and mall
This is the first time be ever Prompt telegraph
Hopkins, Helen and Jennie Miller, Mattie orders. Terms Cash. Coooa,Fla.J. Silver and Nickel Plating.
ie on a fly. attention is drawn and Carrie Brown, Gladys Wells, U. CBABB, Act.T Gold, ,

teed fully a dozen kinds 'of Subscriber,your Annie Goode, Mollle and Allle Nicholson Watches Jswslrv *tc reflate la a
Tableware *
the pame-and-date slip pasted upon Bicycle Parts, Iterolvers. ,
ring In the open field around your paper or wrapper, you are Into ; Mesdames Stewart, Brown, Snede- Care Coastlpetle* Forever, workmanlike manner and work guaranteed. Office t 01 W. Fersyth flfc,
ttage and on the adjoining Take Be.If .
remit. Casearets Candy Cathartle lOe or
Roseland will soon deserve arrears, please ker.Capt.. A. J. Goode took the following Ct O.a.fell to oure.druKcUM refund mosey. JACKSONVILLE, VA.J. .
jolly party to the ostrich farm at Courtenay ,

: and family, from Nebraska, Banyan: on the steamer Spartan, last week,
Mesdames N. 8. Carter THE JOHNSON LAW CO.
spending about a week up in from Melbourne:
river, fishing and having agenerally. There will be a dance at Mr Otwell's Walker, E. P. Branch, H.Si Winters, !

He went through this
with his boat early Monday The bean crop is about marketed; the Mr. Holmes,;from Rev.Melbourne Tupper and Beach wife,;And the Electrical & Mechanical
Boats the Sebastian short.
going up weather cut the yield
hot, dry Misses Hall and Smiths, Mrs. W. Nesbitt -

o ave time by tasking in the arrange-morn* Mrs J T Snell and children were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Botsford, Mrs. McDonald
;in the evening early, as daring the friends In Banyan last weekW Wilson,,Clara Mrs. Langdon Langdon.; Scott the Misses and Dun-B. ENGINEERS. Town Lots Now on Sale !

and Isto
i day the bridge jams W Otwell now has the contract for lap of Eau Gallie. All pronounced the
operate, taking much carrying the mail from Bahia to Brantley. trip one of the most pleasant they had His Most Complete Electrical Supply
He Is an old mail carrier, and will,
About two were
no doubt, give entire satisfaction. ever spent on the way home at Rorkledge, House in the State ,. A. E. KINGSLEY ml Agent For

NEED a Good, Reliable and The steamers St..Sebastian and St. much to the delight of the party. ,

Newspaper, Subscribe for Augustine are doing a good business. ELECTRICALSUPPLIES :
PAT*. bring op big loads of vegetables Mrs. Julia D. Tuitlo.
Pierce.We stock of wire, lamp cord
1 and passengers every trip.R. Fort Largest ,
switches, cut-outs, cleats, knobs,
ieorgiana.itill C. Creech visited the vegetable sockets, lamps, shades, dynarnoes
growers down the river this week. HeIs need rain here.K. and* motors, annunciators, electrlo CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY

representing the old-established commission bells, push buttons, extension foot IIn
returned from
bringing good prices.., house of G. Turman A Co., New B. Raulerson Tltusvlllo and tire alarms Edison
atWhlti Friday.W. push: burglar all parts pi the Town. Carefully Selected
and reports a very fine crop Sal Anion-
i preached two fine sermons York La Lande, Sampson,
City, East Waveland, Jensen and J. Tucker paid Jacksonville a flying lao and Imperial dry batteries, batteries Fruit and Vegetable Lands on I IIWlnmt
the Narrows. visit last week. tor naphtha and gas engines;
spent the day with Mrs. will leave Banyan electrlo lights from water power; engineering
Miss Nettie Jones S. Bronson Is making some improvements
next Satnrday for her home In Georgia, to his packing house. draughting, and complete Kiv Stewart and Mrs. Mary E. take, chargeiof school plana and specifications furnished.
.he will I
where la efficient The entertainment which was to have Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.
hers came across the river next Miss Jones an
on Monday been given at White City last Saturday THE JOHNSON.LAW CO. '
estimable ,
inday.ker teacher and a very friends regret young to see evening by Mile. Zora was, much to the Halo Office Hotel Miami MIAMI FLORIDA.
made a flying trip to lady, and her many regret of aU, Indefinitely postponed, on Jacksonville. Fla. ,
; last week. II* went to her leave.

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Mr. Ilerndon and family were In town,

oVundav. SOUTH BOOKD (sdDowslTJi NORTH" BOUND <* t\

..ASCIF. Cbaa. Smith, of Grant, waa In town well, have a bright, JTotTtjb rjoTr STATIONS. pIiilK T 'W'745p '

last Saturday evening. color and flavor with TIC Daily T&a... .. Jacksonville .Ar,
< i good ; ...Lv. .
..Mt. Anguwlae. MP .
In Melbourne last Saua l *>a ,. Ar. Uiiualss
Charles Till Kip 5Hta'
waa sup .. Jlv.. ...Jit. Ansnetlne.. ...Ar.Lv.. Sup SS0,
week, attending to some, business.Mr. .niing properties, if liberally Ma MMa. ta tl i"

S and Mra. Frank Foster, of Orchid, ipplied with a fertilizer con- IRDIM RIYER & BAY BISCATNE IHLIHD HAYIGATION COMPML MaOTCp 10 Itta... ... 5laka.Palalka; . Xv ALv.-

In town Tuesday visiting friends, Jfatao., .
netCon were 10XTJBp XT. .Kan viKTB
the Steamers "St.i Augustine" and "St.Sebastian" ... ALv. .
least 10- actual Commencing January 17th, 1808, Ma Lv. Ban Mateo OSj
made to Fort lining at
: "J. F. Delaney a trip sail follows TnTarrfii ... J.Basi Palalka L l a
will :
Fierce, Saturday last, returning by the as HUt l 2pu ...... ,Ormuad.-........ '
Thi tratn. SOUTHBOUND "St. Auguatine, Mala lUa ,, ,.7 Da/toaa..........
Sunday morning
exists'watei Tltuaville Mondays and Thursdayfor all points between Titusvlne. } t7tlftp JPortOraarev. "
Leave .Sew
Jehu F. Delaney made a business trip ii'MaXeM
oakhLi -
and Sewall's Point s5n? m.m. :::

Melbourne, Monday last, returning; Point Tuesdays and Fridays Haw a."St. . Itsp ........Tttnavtlle.. "
100 f.lor By toe evening train.'Mr.Jand Arrive Sewall's m.m. orpit ........01 vPeia ..r i .. JJ
oi Sebastian" Leave Tltuaville, Tuesdays and Fridays. ., 3:30: p. m.m.. "*. SftfpSSlp .... ......Ooooa ........... >
Mrs. T. Piazza have returned and Saturdays oum p."STAu . ..Baekladra Jo notion... .. lib
baa tas in the form of Arrive Palm Beach, Wednesdays m.m. UMfIf > 'iffp ....Bockledee HotaU.... lisp
where they have been sulphate. s
from Melbourne 3:30 ,
6sTi a"- Leave Tltuaville, Wednesdays and Saturdays. ... . p 4 Ia ;Oallle..? llDOp .
a, visiUayr Mr. and Mia. Chaa. McBride. 6:15 p. m. p4SHp ..Melaoorna..Bebaetlaw ....,-..
The quality of tobacco is improved Cocoa, e* .... Saa1
peopl Mrs,' Jos. Williamson waa on the .sick * Itockledge, *' . 6:30 p. m. ( Mp ........ . .... 11 1046aMSSaltOtp

have, list last week, but we are pleased toqte by that form of Potash. Arrive Eau Oallie, .10:30 p. m. t P Up l p .......For. STaroa.
lot abe hac been feeling better the 4Tp ...........Eden ,t..t .... Mike,
so NORTHBOUND "St. Sebastian. ...
tap .........Jenaen. i 10 OSa
paet'few days. Our books will tell Just what to use. 0:00 ...
have'then you Beach Mondays and Thursdays *%. : a.m. f ftip Stnart sob
They are free. Send for them. Leave Palm .12:30 p. ni. T8Bp Jfobebonad... S4a
Million* Given Away.It Arrive Tltuaville, Tuesdays and Fridays. ; 4Sp ... West Jupiter .** 10
Nc GERMAN KALI WORKS.tl Apoubtinic" Leave Sewall's Point, Tuesdays and Fridays. . .11:00a.: m. Dtp Ar.Lv....Wast Palm Boaea SoalOlta

inthland" Is certainly gratifying to the public Mum* St.,New York."Short ArriveTitusvllle"St. Wednesdays and Satu/days, . .,. / .12:30: p. m. * step 840ptiftp ....Royal Palm Beach Poinolana lnn.. r"** aua asa

to know of one concern In the land who Oallie Thursdays and Mondays. ftrO'. m. ..Palm Boaoh Inn. Ar, 8 las
be to the "St. Acoustihb" Leave Eau v .... Sloe
diatltheoi are not afraid to generous 8:00: *. m. top ... .RoyalPolaolana
Itockledge, - .WhI Palm Beaea 00aT20e
oedy and suffering. The proprietors OOpluUp
# Cocoa 8:15: a. m. ._ Linton *
**tu Of.Dr., King's w Discovery for consumption Titusvllle, . .12:30 p. m.W. !....FortLaaderdala..... 4fla
tyai Arrive
coughs, colds, have given 8HOE8 AND THEIR CARE.on lOWp ....Lemoa City Oea00a
iaW away''.over ten million trial bottles of OkoI F. Milks, Buib, '.'.'.'. leSlipllOOpI! Ar Miami..,. Lv.l 815a ;|;'"
treats and have the satisfaction Bow to Wear Shoas Hint* Cleaning Sup't
this great medicine; Oen'l Manager. sonthDonnd.lv. Bt. Angustlne 280
and Them. Mo. Palm Beach Limited, p. m Ormond 4 >i
ia 'V of knowing It has absolutely Keeping Daytona 4.88 p. m.Rockledgo Hotels 6. 8 p. m., Royal Poinolana 0 U p. m Palo
cured thousands of hopeloss cases. Asthma Few details of the toilet olalm more n 10 '._
of bronchitis hoarseness and all diseases attention than one's footgear. For this No'iepalm Beaoh Limited, northboond, .Palm Beach Inn INpnI.Btp. Royal Poln
m., Rockledge Hotels9 08 p m., Daytona -00p. m., Ormond S.W 1Aagnatlna .m arrtv. si ,
niz9slow of the throat, chest and lungs are reason the following hints, the result W p. m. .
surely cured by It. 'Call on F. 8. Chaffee of and
experience here
practice, are
appended Oitt JtrncTw, Trabis do not
Barwaaif Naw Smtrka akd Obabob stop at station,
and trial bottle
T) & Co.t druggists, get a : Roughly spooking, one may time la not shown.
free. Itegular size 60o. and tl. Every Trains 83, 80, W and 78, Dallr
toot divide the matter under three heada: Trains 28, 88, 89,
bottle guarantcod to cure, or price refunded. 8s, 74 M j
< First, the mode of keeping boots; second Dally azeept Sunday
8arII the of them and Train 87 daily except Uondar
manner wearing Trains 88 87 and 89
Iron- and sweet," remarked the lastly, the method of cleaning them.A oJustTeljofPullmaaCers.a'MK*

ovid grooer, aa be tied up fifteen ounce* of special place ahonld always be set All Trains between New Smyrna and Orange City and BorTett 78. Parlor Oars on Trains M.a.s>

the! ', sugar and marked it "one pound." apart for boots. Even where the proper lunation dally esoept Sunday. Trains 9 and W are oomposed sid
Her 0 boot cupboard is not available a shelf slvely of Parlor Care,

w l *S Spring humors, bolls, pimples, aores can always be found which should be

erne and all eruptlona are promptly cured byHood's reserved striotly for one'a foot gear. KEY WEST AND HAVANA;

pan Snrsaparilla, which thoroughly Nothing so soon mokes boots or shoes
"deac '% purines the blood,' eradicating every look shabby as neglect after wear. Treeing The steamship City of Hey West of the Florida East Coast Steamship Company Imn
trace of scrofula.Hood's Xlaml for Key west on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays after arrival of train from Jut
) is aimply the saving of boots and aonvllle, making connection at Key West with steamers for Havana. L a\re Kev Wnt aj
wox1aloi shoos alike, and granted a pair of well (standard time) on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdavs, arriving Aliainl naxt mon
Pills cure natison, sick headache, tm. to oonneot with north bound train.NASSAU.
kiliousness and all liver ills, l'rtco 25o. made and perfectly fitting trees it is not
tot too much to say that the former will

*md Nurse: "See, Willie I you have two not only last nearly double the time ofless' N. P.
Hal carefully treated chaussure but ,
little brothers. Aren't they pretty? ,
Col)"" Willie (remembering the usual disposal (and to some persona more Important to Ifaasan, If. F. (Bahama Islands),'Inaugurated January 17,18M. br (hs T*

8X0$!, f surplus kittens): "Which one are we still) they will keep- their shape and Miami Ida BastOoast, Fla., and Steamship Nassau.Barrloe Company, > S. Miami,eapeoially built for passenger traffic bsiwca

car;,' going to drown." look well to the last.

Ev It may soaroely sound consistent with illAMI TO NA55AU.IrtvTeeUy L.NASSAU TO niAMI.ITrlWeekly .

anj A,Clover Trick, precepts of eoonomy to urge that two February lstb to March 85th. February 15tb to Marek aith.
pairs of boots of the same olasa should lasal-WeaJUy, Marek 8 th to Aprtl 13th' [Semi-Weekly, March auth to April Utk,
cawh It certainly looks like It, but there, ia
really no trick about it. Anybody can always be kept in wear at the same

woPi" try 11 who baa lame back and weak kidneys time, but nevertheless the advice issound. These Time Tables show the times at which trains and boats may be expeoted ts srrlTew
depart from the several stations and ports, bnt their arrival or departure at ti u
malaria troublos. We There is
or nervous like leather"we
"nothing RATES Stated Is not guaranteed, nor does the Company hold Itself responsible for any daisy or 1sjQstsoQuoneoB
L mean he can cure himself right away byCakingEloctrio all know, bnt, like everything else, SAFETY 'COMFORT QUICKTIME LOW arising therefrom.
Bitters., This medicine leather needs rest occasionally, and two Far eopy of loeaTtlme sard call at 8SS West Bay Street,Jacksonville, or address

8 tones up the whole system, acts n a paira of boots or shoes worn thus alternately Finest Culnlne and Sarvioe. No Tranafer between Jacksonville and New York. J.P. BECK WITH. J. D. BAHNKJs,
hi* stimulant to liver and ktdneya, is a blood will ponaiderably ontlast two The Fleet Is oomposed of tho following Hantlsoma Now Steel Steamers t TrafSo Manager.' Ajas"*. taa. Paassnfsr Irut
purifier and nerve tonic. It cures oonstlpatlon a*.Aaa-ustine,Flaw
wfc headache, fainting spells, pairs worn, one at a time and will, , "Algonquin," "Iroqnols," ''Cherokee"Comanche" / "Seminole.

sleeplessness and melancholy. It Is purely moreover, always look better both in

ws > vegotable, a mild laxative, and restores shape and condition. A small pointy North-Bound.
the system to its natural vigor. not always too closely attended to, refers Steamers are appointed to sull acoordlnR to the, ti calling at Charleston), 8 "
act Try Eloctrio Bitters and bo convinced to the laces and buttons. From JACKSONVIU.E, FLA., ( ana *
Always CHAULK rON, B.C., Mondays Wednesdays Huays.
1wrf that they are a miracle worker. Every Undo laoes carefully before removing From For hour of sailing se "Clyde Line" Bohedule, or Jaoksonrille and' Charleston'dally papers The Tropical Trunk Line.

bottle guaranteed. Only 50o a bottle atto the boots or shoes (nothing spoils the South-Bound.

TilH S. Chaffee A Co'a. drug store. shape of these so much as the process of"slipping" Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 2 East River,New York, at 3 p. m as follows:

the foot out while the fastenings For rirMTr Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. & West Railwa
Tttw Ignatius Donnelly says that the Mississippi are. still done np) and be sure For JACK80MVKAK,FLA.,(calling-Charleston), Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays.Clyde Tampa Key

apli floods,are due to sun spots. If Ignatius they are carefully laced np and neatly Now England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.)
*' at Charleston, S. C., both way*) JOSEPH H. DURKEE, Receiver.In .
was placed at the ,head of a .Solar fastened both while in wear and also CLYDEafe U
!' / bureau he w"ould make the publicationa when treed.In STEAMERS NORTHNo. -

of the other' departments seem utterly the cleaning of the ordinary black 'font of Hogan Street,Jacksonville appointed, to sail as follows IFroin Trom Lewis' Wharf, Boston, 'Effect Jan. 18, '08fcLv. NO.32. 78. No. 38

til uninteresting.lluckleii's. leather boot tho usual mistake is the THURSDAYS. FKLDAYS.Clyde's ...JACKSONVILLE.-..Jk.r 730am 7 4 pm 309p
use of too hard a brush for polishing Orange Park 6 62am 714pm700pm

iaA' Arnica Salve. purposes. The proper process is to first St. Johns River Line.DK PeoriaMagnolia Mam813am 84Upm640pm 2 Up

brush off as much mud as possible, with Greect* Springs.. 06am 20 p
Palatka 500am427am 1"
A'j j The beat Salve In the world for outs a hard brush, then removei any stains ( BART MNE) Batauma 555pmBittpm
bruises, sores, uloers. salt rheum, fever with a dampish doth, and lastJy. after Jacksonville, Palatka, Sanford,Enterprise, Fia.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River. ..,....Crescent...*.... Pomona City Junction 412am864am 6 15 pm600pm ISIS

sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, allowing the boots to dry perfectly, tin- The elegant Bldewheel Steamers Seville 8 30 am248am 4 42pm 12 Wp 118
o corns, and all akin eruptions, and positively assisted by the fire, apply the blacking "CITY OP JACKSONVILLE," "FBEDK. DeDARY," DeLeon Springs.,,. 4
V oures Files, or no'pay' required.It evenly all over the surf ace, taking care CAFT. W. A. 8HAW. CAFT. T.W.IVX D, JrIs < ..., Olenwood BeresfordlU' 2 S am223am DIKprn845pm 11 Mi ic

In la guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction not to touch buttons or laoes with the follows 3 17 pm445pm 1137 1 18
to sail as I IT DeIni
appointed { ?
1 or money refunded. Price 2So, per blacking, whioh. must be put on with a a 1218 ?
3.30 m. dally sxoept Saturday

Orange City Juno. a 11 a in 138pm305pm
box. For sale by F, 8. Chaffee Co . &
elai Harford > i
soft brush, and then .lightly polished Leave? 00a.m. Enterprise a. m. oept Sunday .....Enterprise
: with .another The NORTH BOUND. Ar.TITUSVILLS..Lv 1 1 lOpuiS07pm
fairly.soft brush.
SOUTH BOUND. SCHEDULE. Read ......Mt. Dora...... SIS'
1 Kdaeate Tear Bowels With Caeearets. great polishing medium of snob boots Read down. np. ........Tavares .....1.1Ar Mi
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever. la elbow grease. Leave 8.S0 p.8.4ft .......... ...Jacksonville.. Arrive S 00 a. m. Sanford...... ..Lv in140km 1124 P
WeiSSe. M CX C.C.fall,druggists rotund money.We Falajtka Leave 8 00 p. m, Orlando 57 pm 1 47pmlaoapm 1030 1BMt Ml
dill For the kid shoe the best thing ia to 8.00 p.a.JW .. .. Aator 3J0 p. m. Lakeland... 18pm
...St. Francis.... 1.00 p. m. .......
cleanse them first with milk, and then .BartowAr 46pm 7 20am
do all kinds of work '
at this
job a.a.. ,. Hereoford.... 11.30 a. m. Pnnta Gordn... ..Lv 845pm737pm 1230 am
ffioe. Give us a trial order. any shoe polish yon may prefer. Patent 6 00 a.s.30 ..Blue Springs... 11.00 a. m. Tampa 10 65am 8101"fi'
leather obtains and is less Sanford 9 00 a. m. Hotel
s> high polish Arrive a.M Tampa Bay

... .. 9.30 s. m.Cen'I t
a. .Enterprise. Ar Port Tampa LvLa jbiVina 10 18amTburt.
liable to crack if after the milk cleaning
A writer aaya that whipping, a boy Port Tampa ArAr. SOpm .and Bun.Wed.and .

ftI nay make him stupid. Perhaps that ia it \ rubbed over with olive oil and Passenger arid Ticket Office. 204 W.Bay St., Jacksonville.Jne.I ., Key'Havana West LvAr Lv "880pm1330pm Wed.and8 Sat t.
finally polished with silk handkerchief.
np a
true, but we think it la more likely tosoako
I Lastly, insist on due attention being .
HowA.no. Superintendent. r. M.Ibosmokork,Jb., Fla.Pass.A f Daily
him smart Daily except Sunday. _,
paid to the heels of all boots and Foot Hoiran Bt. 204 West Bay Bt, Trains 23 and 78 carry Pullman Sleepers between St.Lonls and St.Petersburg.vJ HS
shoes when, cleaned. These are often JACKSONVILLE, FLA.W. Trains 37 and 38,New York and Florida Special,carry through Pullman Vestlbuled SleWDining

3 3it tittle"How man?much" "A are penny your, air.oranges' "What my amjece overlooked or only perfunctorily attended Thbo.O. Eoons,T. M., H.WABBUBKW,O.T.P. A., W.H.HCNDKBSOff,O.K.P.A.S Trains cars SI between and S3 Carry New Through York and Pullman Tampa Buffet Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati toil 1

?." No, air; a whole 'un. to, with disastrous results, aa heels BOWLTNO GREEN, NEW YORK. INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT SERVICE.

are muoh mora conspicuous than their WM. P. CLYDE A CO., General A fronts, GOING SOUTH Leave Titusvllle dally except Sunday, 330 p. sn.t arrive RocHwlff mcept
wearers are always aware of. SiBowlIni Ones,MswiTork. IS So. Delaware; Ave.,Philadelphia. Sunday.8:30 p.m.; leave Titusvllle,Tuesdays and Fridays, 8.30 p. m.j arrivo Palm
following day 5:30 p.m.

Fashion Kcaoee.Bodioos GOING NORTH-Leave Palm Beach Mondays and Thursdays,9 M>a.m.1 arrlre TttMr *
'J1 lowing day 12:30: p. m.; leave Rockledge Tuesdays and Fridays A-30a. m.; leave &**wgrweek
are more elaborately trimmed Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad. days 8 0 a. m.j arrive Titusvllle.d Uly except Sunday, 12 M p. m. ConnecUng win *
than ever. Two Beautiful Pictures Free. &K.W. Steamboat train for Jacksonville,Tampa and poi.its north.

.Trin?,.,?"vl,, lJckonTfled l, 9jaa m.,arrives at Hawthorne at U\\Gf"
Laos is universally need this season New Florida and Northern Air Line and Florida Trunk Line. M r Xeesbnrg 3 M. Brookavllle 6:45 p. m. Train leaving Jacksonvillert
on both light and dark gowns. Two large, beautiful, colored pictures rriI, *Oakland 3 m p.m.,Laconobee 6:40: p. m..Tarpon Springs 8;20 p.m., Clearw1""
S3 I8O8.
for framing, free; also four copies of the Tim* Table In Effect January m..St. P b M*p. m., daily.xo.pt Sunday. ACKERLV. .
of machine feature D
Row* stitohing are a Q.
famous Illustrated magazine. Up to Date, General Superintendent. General fasten**'
dress this
of trimming season. to anyone who wants them. 5UlOp NORTHERN POINTS. aLv. =

Sleeves oontinuo small, and the new Each Issue of Up to Date has beautiful XlTbop *JrSOOp

dress skirts vary in width from three colored front and back, and from' ..fortyto 8 IAaSBAa Toop ..Jacksonville...ArLv
k and three-quarters to four and a half fifty large humorous pictures by the 4 np 8 40p Yulee.. .....ArAr. MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.
famous aJrtista of America. Will keep 5 90p saa lRp ...Femamlloa....LvAr..jEv
around. made with almost
They are
I 10 20a 10 Upia rett Ar
all the family In good humor for a whole atop 8 4np
no stiffening at the bottom. Ar..Ilrunswlck. ,..LvAr..S
Slftp TBOp
month. *. 8 9pS57p 8 twp 12 Up J3aliana vannali, ...XtLv. Florida, New York, ...
There Is a bountiful crop of clover Your two pictures or any other two of 12 ISp ... Savannah ....ArAr. Philadelphia and Bo>

-leaf-jewelry The lucky olover la in six you may select, set in gold frames, sanptooop S02p84ip aoHaaeoa ...Denmark Fairfax, S, BO C.Lv" .From Brnnswlck, (via Port Royal,S.C)to S "iPA8SENGEB

closed In crystal, whioh is set in a rim will be sent you free of charge if desired SRp 10 41a44na Augusta, Oa .
of gold or silver and forms a brooch, after seeing the.ni.' Enclose 10 cents In T39pHS8p 4 llp820p Columbia, S. C. SERVICE. !
silver to' and lisna14Sp S| garter buckle, locket or ball trinket' stamps or pay postage Ashevllle,N.C. < Lv Jacksonville 8.18 a mt.30 iiv, F.rnandina
packing. Address Up to Date, Chicago. IAa ' Charlotte,N. C. Brunswick -. p m. Dail except Sunday. .
U 2a ..... p 10 47aia Salisbury, N.C. Via Everett,all rail, F.v. & P. Ry, and 80. ur. -.
0Ta3l 10 44prioop lop OreenshoroLN.C nvllle 4.00 m; Ar Brunswick 7 JO p m. Tuj- *
a taop6'Jftp Danville, Va. allowed on board for supper Thursdays.v .
8 00a 'Richmond,Va.
aiftaa lBKaIK S40pa Lynchburg, Va. "
CANDY sop Charlottesville, PROPOSED SAILINGS I
4na1106a 84ia SAp Wublnaton M .New Tork,Pier 21 E. R.,S LT.l
800a1010a nanp Baltimore JOp. m., (Standard Time.)
r CATHARTIC 1 lsoSlUp aa a Philadelphia FrttUv' tftr 12 RIO GRANDE
\ ]fW 12 4.

UOOp Mp Boston '* SS'T; RIO GRANDE...,...-.
Fridav. wo QaANDE *.

SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.Nos. For general information,steamers, trains,rates, etc,apply to anyrallrosd agCHA8.
.31 and 33,New Tork and Florida Limited Vestibule, between New York, Jacksonville and .DA.VIKS,Agent, 320 W.Bay BUJn

Noelsa sad 88 Fast Mall,Sleepers between New Tork and Jacksonville, sad the Cincinnati .H.MALLORT H.'fRA! 0I>>General Southern Agent, Brnnswlck Broadway, s. ,a-j
CURE CONSTIPATION Agent, Pier 20, E. IMver.and 382
Nos.37 and 3 carry through sleepers between Jacksonville and New Tork In connection with
8 and 13 and S and 10 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.No. .
.as carries the Cincinnati and Florida Limited,with the Tampa,Cincinnati, St. Louis and
Ksnrat City Sleepers. These are brought to Jaeksonville by So.33. Remember tiat the Indian Kiver "
AIXDRTJGCISTS All buna will be checked from Colon Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city ticket Advocate does all kind* of job -The Advocate to gSl
office.toaHocao Street,aa well as at the Union depot ticket offloe. at short printing free tobacco seed Zm
Faaaenger Agent. J. K. KARSHALU Ticket Agent,TO W B.T 8t, cor. notice. Send them an order with im
Honn.Jackaonvllle.J WAL'Q. OUtMANCr nUTraveUMAs t a ksoavlIUs. and be convinced that t is the place to Call and get some,
M. UOLDKN.T.P.A,St.AugnuUne, Fla. A. O. MacDONaXL, Oea. Pass. Agent. have Job printing done. its cultivation.JS .

>'" t"i"1\ !fc.lif. lsps.ltHt.1 Wi,>sNSiSiiSi| >iilP M.asa aa & a ax
V ,"& **** 't, aP M.r rfSTeT "" ry riwai mjyis y <
>y. MWra r l S'I w 7 i* mm.% av > 'i iinwi ii Ti if wf \
jLXSSSaBSMBmAk w. .r* -, ,. .




Cast Coast Hotels.mJ *
St. IMwtkug alily. TI'USVILLE.
B imM< BnrttlM. *
Much has been said against the morals "
If building house,'don't forget
\ JL U 2di k3or of St Petersburg abroad, the moral* the much needed a new bathroom.Utilise X3Sr3DX-A.fcT: X5I-VE3X5 SOT I.
lty of Russians at home being too often
old, woraout sock legs
THE Judged by certain types of doolnssos met yarn *
by folding them six ply and making them t TITlJsVILLlIndfan
with in Paris, Rome and th-j German
Into iron holder .
watering place* Scandals do, of coarse, *
occur in the "upper circle*" of society, Let each member' of the family be Hirer.Fla. .
Florida East Coast bat they are relatively leas frequent careful to fold papers and lay them on
System .
than in some other capitals. Farther, the shelves In proper order after readIns -

Bo attempt Is made, as in Paris and Berlin i
to noise theso domestic scandals fa. 'An old housekeeper says the cleanest ,
Reached only via and wide. A kind of Freemasonry exists and best dishwasher is a round whiskbroom Mimtsu.
Coast between well bred people Sn St Petersburg made of the finest and best
Florid* Bant Railway from Jacksonville to
The Miami.
to hush np affairs of this sort. broom oorn. Open All The Year,
The Miami A Key service West Steamship Line from Miami to Key WeBt. Among the young women who rank as For the. dressing table are provided
Parlor ear buffet now running. leaders in society it is rare to find one velvet oovered pincushions of oval

For Sohedule see page 6. implicated in a scandal of any kind shape, resting in shallow silver trays Only a few minutes*
What has been.said apropos of foreigners with fluted borders. walk from Railway stations
.iljILj ozlpzein".. in St. Petersburg applies as well Blackberry cordial is an excellent and Stonmbeai land->

the natives. A man's official poaitioi remedy for summer complaint in children ings.On
fay WeSt HOTEL KEY WEST, U. S. Naval Station. has absolutely no influenoe on his sooiuposition. and is very efficacious and soothing the bnaks f tbs>
He may be a general- min for delicate infanta. far-famed Indian River. aMHKK1TT
NaSSaU New S. S. MIAMI, from M.aml. Abroad In a night.KOYAL later, a privy councilor or a member o;
When and when*
jellies jams are kept
the imperial counoil, but unless he b>
PALM, longs either by birth or by reason of L.. there iB danger of their oollecting dampness (Mcrrltt'H Island).
and mold, it is welt to cover them
personal attainments to the best society
iMiami hotel biscayne, Bicycling, swimming, Ash he is certain to stumble against closed with a thin layer of melted paraffin.OldMt stTevins' Rivrtri057.

ing and hunting. doors if he attempts to enter this cream .
CASINO Swimming
Pool.F.OYAL .
of St Petersburg society. No better idea BalllBB Cnf*
of hew peculiarly constituted, St. Petersburg The oldest sailing craft in the world MKRRITT, FLORIDA. ON INDIAN AlYKR.On .
POINCIANA, society is in this respect can is the so called Uokstad ship, a Tiklng
be given than by saying that Baron Teasel which was discovered in a sepulchral high pine land. Health, Comfort and Sport. No better Hunttag* an
Palm Beach PALM beach inn, Bicycling, golf, Winter Mohrenheim, the retiring Russian embassador mound on the shores of Christiania Fishing lu Florida, '

CASINO Swimming Pool.Ormpnd Ocean Bathing. in Paris, has never been able fiord. It is 1,000 years old.
to make his entree into the most exclusive Opou from Decomber to May; M. B. MAIION.

hotel ormond set of the Russian capital. Quartarings -
Bicycling and Golf..Bicycling do not go in St Petersburg.*' Itis

"PONCE De necessary and sufficient for a man tobe The .MORROW HOUSE..,. ItUCKLKUQlS.
a gentleman and clever to have the
doors of the most exclusive set tohim. 'CRESCENT CITY, FLA. NOW OPEN.WHITE'S .
5t. Augustine- HOTEL ALCAZAR, swimming, open
golf, hunting and fishing ., San Francisco Argonaut Centrally located: convenient' to thopostoflice
CASINO Swimming Pool. and steamboat landings. Special COTTAGE Rockledge Fla.
attention given to commercial travel. : ,
Send to the General Offices, St. Augustine, for the New East The Meadow.Tewkesbury all
Coast Book nflalftones. Bloody Only flrst-class hotel in the oity open
Pleasantly located near the largo hototn. Lnrgo nlry rooms. Good "Tabtuw
where a famous battle tho year. Rates, 92 per day; special by Pure llltored rain water. Terms, $1.00 per day; $7 to 10 por week. ..
C B. ,
was fought during the war of the the week.
General Superintendent. the J. J. WHITE, ProprieUr.
roses, is in Gloucestershire at confluence
of the Avon and the Severn and SOUTHERNERS
180 miles from London. The battle was '15AU OALLU3.Thfl .
fought on the Bloody meadow, just outside VISITING NEW YORK CITY will I iff iWK8T i-
and according HpanQllQ KAU OALLIE Brevard Co. fla;
the modern town, ,
Opened to local tradition, ond night in every find good accommodations, atroasonablo lUtJ HUH!! UldlldUd -
e- ,fci.lltoS
Flacide prices, at 74 Clinton Place. iM south of J 15 lto.
January 1894.a year on the anniversary of the conflict One door from Fifth Avenue, and closoto south of Rocklodgc, on tho Indian River and K. K. C. K'y, Nmvr Kau Oallle river,
the adherents of the white and red roses Washington'square. Very ,central. opposite mouth of ltunnna river. Un'oxcullnd boating, tl ,liing nntl hunting.
In the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west meet and fight the battle over again. Refer to editor of this paper.OltMOND. Matchless climate; no malaria. In the famous Indian River orango and plneappUidistrict.
me block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout. Luunoli for uho bf guests. First-class homo-like hotel. lUtoft, $i.5U to>
Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all trains.*>.Terms $2.50 per day and $3.00 pur day. SpocUl ratos by mouth or suasuu. Open all Mm your.W. .
Upwards. Special rates by the week. JOHN S. BOWEN, ProprietorMeiers' It. 11. Glvuson, Ronl Estate. GEO. (1. OLKASON, Manager,


Open for Winter Season of 1808, Dec. 15th. Fino urf bathing, fishing TindWheeling. Seminole Hotel *
This hotel is now under new management, and has been thoroughly renovated Sea Food a Specialty.
uroughout.- .SEISER A VIN1NG, Proprietors.
Bus meets all Trains, and Electrio Cars pass door. Bath rooms and all OPEN ALL THE YEAR. ,
toreniences on floor.
OPEN ALL TnE YEAR. dAytona, %
This hotel Is substantially built of brick, and has ev<>ry convenience. Uloso totho
Rates: American Planf$2.00; European, 60o to $1. Special by the week. railway depot. Free'buss to and from trains, lloats attached to thehotel,
FELIX GARCIA, Prop.Phe with fishing tackle on board for tho uho of guests. Rates, from $2.00 per day and
Fla. upwards; special rates by th week or month.
The Holly Inn ** Daytona 2ArF .
Cor. Bay'& Bridge 6 ts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Proprietor.MIAMI.

Elliot; Under new management. Each 'department

furnished absolutely new with all'modern im- Located on the beautiful Halifax. .

Vitnin three blocks,'of the%Union Pavements.depot, Clyde Overlooking S. S. Co.,And the new St.postoflice.Johns River.All The most pleasant and ample surroundings of any in tho city.O. .

lectrlo car*pass the door. Free Bus. HOWES, HOTEL BISCAYHE MIAMf, FLOIUDA.
per Rates day.: European60c, 75c, #1.00 and. $1.50 per day. American, from $2.00ip Proprietor. ,

M. O. FINLEY, NOW OPEN, tltatoa, $4 per day and up. Special Weekly anilII. *

Jacksonville Fla. Commercial rates. E. REM IS, Manager. ,,
100 rooms. 800 feet of broad pisxeas.
ST. AUGUSTINE.Ik The most complete office In Soma Florida.
now open for the winter season.- Situatedoh the banks* of the Halifax Graham's Hotel Large, light and airy dlnlngrootn.TAULE .
Opposite the Hotel Alcazar and Alameda. River. Fine hunting and fishing locality. UNSURPASSED.
BUCKINGHAM Wide verandas, picturesque lawns. Home-like Best of accommodations and excellent cuisine. Rates moderate. Rates, $2.00 por day and upward."VIC .
and comfortable. Rates moderate.GEO. LEON DESPLAND, Prop.to MIAMI, FLA.

NOW OPEN. O. HOWE, Proprietor.

[ Ocean View Hotel ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. Tli Colonnades, HOTEL CQITOLXjs


Under new and liberal management. Handsome and home-like located Peninsular DAYTONA.
one On the opposite
hotel with all modern Located
lock south of Perfectly new improvements. on park, one
Plaza; within seventy-five feet of the old sea wall and fronts on the
leaqtiful Matanzas Bay, with an unobstructed view of the Atlantic Ocean, Anasaala Large, airyand well-furnished rooms, with all modern conveniences, electrio block from Hotol Royal Palm, commanding splendid view of Rlscayne Day, Rats*
Island and Old Spanish Fort. Kates, $2 to $2.50 per day. Special by the lights, bells, etc.* > $2 per'day and upward. Special ratos by week or month
feelc., Open all the year. F. CVHAYDEN, Manager. Plenty of sbado outside hotel makes It a delightful place for children. ; '- >

RATES: $2.50 to $3.00 per day i $12.50 to $18.00 per.week. COItONADO IlKAqil.

Engage your rooms at once. *'
SYDNEY HAIOH.'Prop., Sea Side Hotel

M. W. BATMAN Seabreeze, Fla.Wtmt n Peninsula, oppn.lt* New flmjrrna., Open all DM year.OnodrUhlng.IIontlnK.and .
; surf batblngi 10mile.of baril Iwaiihi finui earrlaitmt alt
trains. Kate*, i.001 )/day 1 Hpeclal tates bjr week or month. l*m ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. IU MSWKIX,PropfMof.

New Furniture nd Fixture* throughout.
toast Hotels.
Slavs Market and riaaa. Overlooking- Bar,
with One ocean view. All white help. Bates
f 2.00 per day and upward. Special weekly rate*. FLORIDAGULF '
Sample room.'LAZ'A Magnolia Springs Hotel sSHSSI

Excellent shooting and Ashing.

Most centralis located. Fronting the Old Spanish Plaza ,and the Atlantic
*ean. Splendid 'View from Its long and broad verandas. Rates, $2.00 per day and
pward; Special rates by the week. First-class table board at reasonable rates.Mas. .


MAGNOLIA sT. Augustine, p**. Now
Fla- tampa bay hotel, Open.
The Hotel Magnolia is being renovated'' and"improved. Will open January D + HATHAWAY,Manner.

Oth. Rates, |2.i50 per day and upward. * . Now .
C HOWE Proprietor. Fla.- the inn; Open.NowOpen.
GEO. Port Tampa,

Winter Park.FlaA ous' .

10 01. UtiUlgU, A Famiy] notei. Transient, *2.SO and 'up; A. K. DICK, Manager. IvmPillIII33

'eekly, single rooms $15 to $17.50; two persons occupying one room, $25 to IJO. THE OCALA HOUSE; Now Open.
roe most comfortable, homelike family and transient hotel in the South; occupy8 Ocala, Fla.Belleair .-
" the most central location in the city, corner St. George street and the Plaza, In P. F. BROWN, Manager.
lose proximity to tbe large hotels, casino, bay, postofflce, old Cathedral, etc.Mrs. .
CD. Ttlkr, owner ft prop. *>* Jat BbhsOw, Manager. Fla.- THE BELLEVIEW, Now Open. .'Ifas
W. A. BARKON, Manager.

OPEN THROUGH APRIL. Punta Gorda, Fla.- the funta gordA hotel, now ope*

Beautifully and centrally located. F. H,ABBOTT, Manager. ? ?

Well appointed. Elevator, steam hotel now open.
fort mers ,
excellent Fort Myers
heat, gas, electrio bells, '
water,and large,well-shaded lawn. r.H. ABBOTT, Manager.KiSSimmee .
from $ to $2 and

Kfetaaniir1" $3. , ,I X. BULLOCK, Manager**. v UviH*

Send to each manager as td rates androoms, and to tbe undersigned as'to rail*
way or steamship rates, or sleeping car lines *nd time cards.B. .

frllr. Hoc Torm-M-ly Hotel MfcfifnolU. W. WKENN, Passenger Traffic Manager,

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the greatest hope for a brilliant future A change in schedule of northbound ;WCa -aESaE OaTuX
Miss Edith Martin, from lioston, a vision train No. 74, of the Florida East Coast ROBBINS. &
lEiflliAKRQSBIwMSmmWM of fascinating beauty and charming Railway, went into effect on Monday, (Successor to Lovett& Carroll.)
loveliness, yet In early youth, shows a whereby that tialnv Br rives at Tltusvilleat
moNt c.irtful musical education. As a 3f40 p. m., instead .of 23KJ p. m Xj tw FRUITS and VEGETABLES of All
child she studied piano and violin, with There is no change In the time of departure ,

harp in Hon ton; and now, also to singing, ((8:25 a. m.) front Miami.Tttu.WlI WILL PRACTICE IN Glass and Tinware. Your patronage
dedicates zealous study. When came Solicited.
to Vienna three she entered .
heart apd soul in her music. The harp Chorch Notices.
In Vienna possesses the world famous
Fancy Pineapple Sllpn & Suckers Prof. Lamasa. Miss Martin bad the fortune Archdeacon B. F. Brown will conduct ABSTRACTS of Title
of his artlstio education of the divine service at St. Gabriel's EpiscoDal
for Sale.Abbalcas harp at the conservatory, and also at church on Sunday next, the 27th Inst., for Lands In Brevard
Con. private lessons under bis instruction, at 11 a. m. and 7.H> p. m. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers,'Staple & Fancy Groceries it
Egyptian Queen, OoldonVJiieen and has succeeded In the most gratifying ,
Porto Hico. Smooth Cayenne and manner. Miss Martin had the 'Aretest' Presbyterian church bulletin for Sunday Counties.We Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay. Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,Gm
Ke4 Spanish. Apply toMadoock of his talents on the occasion of the March 27 : Preaching at 11 a. m. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusive
& MATrirAHs, soiree at the Military Casino, and sustained and 7:30 p. m.i, the subject of the morning Reasonable.&m of goods. We invite your correspondence and solicit your patr!'
"1'nlm lSeacu Pinery," it in the roost wonderful and sermon being "Life's Masonry;"" have a VeryinSTST truly, E. L. BRADY A'BRO., Titusvil),,
West Palm Bench, Fla. evening, "A World Without a Sea.
brilliant and thereby as barp
of Lands
virtuoso made her drbut. The young Everybody ia cordially Invited to attend.

artist all through ber soulful There will be K. of service
has Fancy Pineapple Plant*. surprised a special P. and EB-A-ILTOIE!.
expression, her strong glorious tone and at the colored Methodist church next ourselves

Hardy, vigorous, T without shelter remarkable' velocity, which* brought Sunday night at"7:30: o'clock. Everybody LIFE.Equitable .
grown Price for
srooath-leaved Abbaka stormy ovations from the Immense, is Invited to come oat and hear of ," Life

highly-cultured musical audience. Prof.Lamasa the friendship of David to his brethren.A known Companies. Assurance
and Jamaica Ripley plant* (or aale. CompjJjGEO.
lands $3 to
can well be proud of this pupil collection for the Tltusville F. C. B. ,
K. 0. B. TrHDAtX, guaranteed. Write for rates, etc
Waveland, Fla. will be taken up. Rev. Fields, pastor; B. RUMPH, Jb.
Pilot Commlnslonors. L. L. Porter, D. D. Q. C, K.4of P.Bdnwato per Agent, Tltusville, FloridJ

Auurantee 12 per cent Interest. WE have few
Gov. W. D. Bloxham ias made the Tonv Rowel* With Canearot*.
following civil appointments : J. B.Keillv Candy Catlmrtle, cure constipation forever.10oiffio. .
Eleven acres land, fronts on Indian Grove and Pineapple
and,Banana Klvor; small cottage, 2 artesian F. S. Morso, F. T. Budge, L. C. If CO.O (ell,druKRiatsrefund money. ,
Oliver and Daniel Cosgrovo, of Miami, sirable locations. Prices
wells, nice orange trees, 14,000
200'crstes to bo pilot commissioners for the port & LIFEINSURANCE
pineapple plants, shipped over of Miami. FIRE
last season; guavas, mangoes, Japan per MILLINERY. TITUSVILLE
al mmons and other fruits on place. Trice . Offices : and MIAMI. Representing the Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Company, and t
l00.. Address B, Advooatk offico.Tltusville International Money Order Office for Mutual Life Insurance Company,* of New York.K5y .
Kin. TttimvlUa.
and DRESSMAKING. 1'our Business Solicited. '*
East Coast Meat Market
JOSEPH ZAPF.WftOLESALK The wTltusvillo pontofllce has been
made an International money order
DKALKItAnheuserBusch offico, the .new feature taking effect F, DUREN, Agent.lionnd .
next Friday, April 1. This additional MotloTOV
Brewing Ass'nFamous department will prove of great convenience < .
as money orders can be Issued
St, Louis Lager Beor. bore to and paid from any part of the F (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKEIt & CO.)

Sofd by Losley & Rennkcr, Tltusville. civilized world.
Manufacturer of Soda and Mineral Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rams, Gins and ffilii

Waters. Wholesale Liquor Dealer.SANFOUD Notice to Fishermen.TiTUBVlLLic Bottled Beers. Ales and Stout.A .

Fla.., Mar.22, 1808.Having'good 3Titusville First-class Line of cigars, Billiard and Pool Tablel

reason to believe that Family and hotel trade Is solicited, Prompt and careful attention given to mi
HUNTING AND FISHING fishing with nets is now going on in orders. Cash must accompany your order.. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Tltugville.rlcfc

ALONG THE EAST COAST.M Mosquito Lagoon, In violation of chapter
4.>02 (No. 48), laws of Florida, 181)7) I 'OO.
now notify all persons that In accordance Fldrida.
Large numbers of ducks are still being with the abovo law, to stop said fishing, Will keep constantly on hand'a Full Supply of ::.[-
brought Into Tltusville by hunters.Dr. ns I shall enforce the law to its full extent. Mail orders solicited. Satisfaction

A Brooks and Mr. II. L Borden, J. P. BitowN, guaranteed.Mrs. hwesksJACKSONVILLE. CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUMBER
guests of Hotel Oimond, caught six bherlff.
channel bass, the first of the week. They Helen W. Reynolds, DRESSED AND ROUGH.

weighed about OOlbs.Mr. for Tamf>a Tltusville, Fla. For tho tCUBof LIQIOB OPIUM.. FLA.HORPHI1KtOCAIME Also Moulding*and Turned Work, Brick, Lime, Cement, Crates of all description

G. M. Morrlclc, of New Brighton, TOBACCO and (lUlIlETTK HABITS. T-t"u.er\r:ilo DETTLoriaal
Pit., still holds tho championship for The stern-wheel steamer Terra Cela, Wo-To-Ha for Fifty Cents. Adopted b?t ae V.8.Government.Wmr -
visit catching at Hotel Orinond. One of formerly the Welaka, an old-time St.John's Guaranteed tobnoio babitt ours, mattes weal* laferwtlltm addi a Kwlvy IhIUvU, JaohMaflll*,Via.
men strong, blood pure, eoo,II..All druggists. New Saaltarlam, for. Caloa aid llogaa Hta.
his recent oatchos was 32 trout frbra OrBiond river boat*Mod up at the Tltusville James Pbitchard, President; W. M. Bbown, Vice-President:
bridge before noon.Messrs. wharf lost Saturday night, on her C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.
R. L. Griffith anil J. W. Bowen Way from Jacksonville to Tampa, continuing

guests of the New Kockledge, Rorkledge,, the following on her course She down has Indian been River
day. bought
.strings recently of brought fish that'has, one boon of the seen fluent this freight by the boat Independent on the Manatee Line to river run, as and a ..

week. Among them was a fine, laige underwent the various alterations
channel bass weighing over ten pounds. and a general overhauling necessary in the (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)

The ladles at Hotel Ormond are taking Jacksonville shipyards, where she had Popular Dry Goods House JackSOIlTiife Fla. Authorized capital, $100OC
the lead In been for time ,
fishing. Mrs. Stilwell captured lying some post. The Paid capital, $25,00
twelve fish Torra Cela Is to the inside up
good-sized from tlie keeping route
ridge recently, On a fishing trip up the as much as possible.To Average deposits, $150OC
Tomoka, Miss Lovell, of Now York, and all who request we wlllsend Samples free of charge. Write for Samples."Try '
Mrs. James E. Baker, of Lancaster, Pa,; Transacts 'General BaniBusiness.
returned with large strings of fish. Dr.Uakor Pineapple and Orange ItOur Mail Order Department; the roost complete quick sorvlce. a

has also made soma big catchosr of Growers. Orders filled same day as reoetved. We pay express on all goods ordered of us to

trout and bass.Messrs. the amount of $5.00 or over to anypart of the State, when money accompanies .

John J. Jacob, of Wheeling, Anyone having a paying ornngelantatlon grove the order. Largest and Oldest Bank on tie Eli
West Va., and E. L. Elmira the Eastdescribe
of on
Bradbury, pple pi
N. Y., left Tltusville Wednesday Coast with i good house.that will make a New Spring Styles In Dress Goods and Silks Exchange sold on all Foreign Countrtt.
morning, for Mosquito Lagoon. They winter borne, for sale cheap, Now
took a big stock of grooorles, cooking and locate with price toE. Ready. DIRECTORS: J
/ utensils'and a camping outllt with them, L. BaUses, Address: JAS.PBITOHABO.'W.B B+RNKTTft( *
and will be gone some time, hunting and Port Orange, Fla. "COHEN BROTHERS, of the National Bank ol JacksonvilleIIDcbkeb )!!
fishing. Alligator bunting will be obeof (Vice-President Nationul Bui
Jacksonville and W. M. Brows.
their while this Popular Dry Goods House, )
pastimes on trip.Jndgo A
Compliment from Mew York. CORRESPONDENTS.Seaboard .
Jacksonville, Florida.
Richard II. Lalnboer, jr., ofKew National Bank of New To*
York,and Mr. Robert Marshall, of Maiden Lake, New York, National Bank of Jacksonville.XX'XU >
Fall River, Mass., havo been *making March 21 1808. VXJL.I-.JES Ii\L-.
aomo big oatohes of fish on Indian River, Jacksonville Steam Dye Works 5 ,
The above gentlemen have just sont toV Editor Indian Rivff Advocate: ,
>e Advooatk otHoe a photograph of Permit me to thank you very much for
one of thel* big catches of trout, cavalll, your promptness In sending me your BROS., Proprietors.Tlio FOR SALE. HomeGrownJ
drumflsh, etc, wblchf'we will be pleased newsy and Interesting pink paper. I ..
to show anyone who is Interested In fish.Ing. was much Interested in reading it: and Xieacllns Dyo House.Thirtyfive .
while I knew practically little of the 5. PINEAPPLE SUPS AND SUCKERS
v tTo events which it chronicled all along the years' experience In Cleaning and Dyeing. Ladie y and Gents' clothing
East Coast, I could plainly see that you cleaned Of the following Varieties :
A lcomuiollata she Truckers. 6 were In close touch with seotlon. dyed, repaired and pressed. All work guaranteed..

You are certainly to be complimented 13 Newnan St., East Side. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Abbaka, Porto Rico, Egyptian Qneen, Golden QueenRipley Queen, Snot!
The F. E. C. Ry., on Tuesday, put an upon your success In gathering such a
extra express train on their lino from quantity of local Items, which Interest Cayenne, Pernambaco and Red Spanish.

Miami to Jacksonville, for further fact! people in the North and South, and putting THE Apply to O. C'MATTIIAMS, Florida Pineapple Co-
ity In handling{the Immense vegetable them before your numerous reader* C. B. ROGERS West Palm Beacn,n
shipments now going forward to the In ao bright, readable and Interesting a
Ngrthern markets from the lower East form,- With best wishes for thecontluued -
Importors and Wholesale Grocers.
Coast. This train,, .which is composed success of the Advocate,
exclusively of ventilated express I am, yours very truly, 21 CHESEBRO- BROTHERS
cars; will run on Tuesdays, Thursdays Wm.A> McCkea. ...sProYisions, Grain, Hay, Flour, Grits, Meal, Etc.,..
nd Saturdays, leaving Miami at 4 a. m.TbJ .

<* extra service is much appreciated Crnbb'g Hack Line, Sole"Agents forFAIBBANK Our business confined to the trade
by the vegetable growers, as the quick WHOLESALE
and careful transportation of their produco canning cc I only. Orders from consumers neither
From Cocoa to Rockledge and adjacent
moans a great deal to them. BRAND CANNED MEATS. solicited nor desired.
joints of interest, for the aocoinmoIoq CJommissoist
of thetravelingrates. public. Honest Pish Jealers

Closing Kxerelaea.U"fl C W. CRABB, Quotations made promptly on application.
Cocoa, Fla.A .
The closing exercises of the Tltusville No. 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Market, New tprk.

public school take place this (Friday) Bl|
afternoou, and all parents and others nijr Concern. SPECIALTIES: Spanish Mackerel, Sheepbead, Pompano, Bluefisb,

Interested ore cordially invited to bepresent. Snappers,*Klngflsh, Trout, Green Turtle, Redhead and Canvas-back Ducks.
Silas*Ida ]{. Bates, who has The Wilson Cypress Co., of, l'alatka.is AN UP-TO-DATE BIAN *
looked after the interests of the kinder'giirton reported to be doing an immense business. Always knows a good thing when he Stencils promptly supplied. References furnished If desired.
department In the same thorough Recently they received an order tests it, and that is the reason that we have
manner that has characterised her intbe for 125 carloads of laths, and another order such a demand for our fine brandies, whis
'fofmer finishes, her term today for six carloads of cypress doors. wines and
years keys, gins, ABC beer. They G. G. <
leaving on Monday next for ber This firm is certainly a vivid example of are unrivaled for* purity, and are general x
home at Shipman, 111.; while Miss Susie Florida enterprise.Lot the good work favorites'wherever introduced.JOUM .
F. Ijrown and Mrs. A. W. Sweet will goon. '
continue the studies of their pupils ; : CLARK SON & CO., .
until next Thursday, the 3lst inst.k to Sold Out. Commission Merchants and dealers In Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper OfIC

make up-for time lost during the terra. Groceries, Grain, Coal, Wines it Liquors,
Hiss Brown also expects to glvo a special The interest of Mr.-8. N. Gladwin, ofTltusville
In the Miami Ice Co., has' JACKSONVILLE, FLA.By .
course of four woeks after that date tothoso
scholars' desiring to attend the been bought by Mr. Harry E. Tuttlo, son Consignments of country produce E %
same. of Mrs. Julia Tuttle, tbe large property solicited.
\ owner on Biscayne Bay. Tbe firm name
will hereafter be Lake A Tuttle. We
MISS MARTIN'S SUCCESS. wish Mr. Tuttle every success in his new '
venture. Wa.ter|

The following Is an extraot translated .
from a Vienna paper, referring to Miss The Florldw-naham* Scrvlo*. ESTABLISHED 18TS.Wm. Refrigerators Ice Chests 'Freezers and Water Coolers,
Edith Martin, a very bright young lady ,
of prepossessing appearance, whose After Sunday next, the 27th Inst., the A. BOUKS & CO.... FACTORIES
riiother has an orange grove at Sharpcs, tri-weekly service Nof the steamship
on IndianRlver. As both these ladles Miami will be changed to a semi-weekly GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS. Cocoa and St. Augustine.
have visited Tltusville and other place* one, to continue until April 15th. A ,*

on Indian River, and are known to many weekly service, to continue throughout 6 Eaat Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .
of the Advocate readers, we reproduce the summer, will then be Inaugurated.
_part of the article touching upon Miss These trips from Miami to Nassau have handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hay FRHTTI1TCOF
Corn, Oats, Flour Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal Cotton Seed Meat
.Martin's iUl>ut as a harp virtuoso: been very popular with the tourists this ; both bright and
"Recently an artistic event has occurred season, and there Is every reason to believe dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-AUen Fertilizer Co.
and attention has been directed that they will continue to I Star Brand FertlUMra Ouarsateed Analysis,Orang*tro sad Veeetebla' rntlllaer.Pure Ground ALL KINDS .
grow <"I Bone,Nltrata Bods, MorUtu of l"DUwh, Executed
gnlpbata PotuD, K lnl te.'TIteM fsrUltmr* have at tbeADVOCATE
*to a young American artist that justifies popularity every year. ,1 superior in cb msrket, and a trial vlu convince. Bead lor Catalogs* f res. no



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