Title: Indian River advocate
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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: April 1, 1898
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: VID00177
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
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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16. 3STo. 7 TITTJSVILLE, FLA-M FRIDAY, A.3PHI31, 1 139S. [Price, 5c.rg .



Reading notice ads. are ten cents ALL BICYCLISTS VISITING ST. AUgustlne B -BOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc. a nice assortment Ice cream, cake, etc, will be present The Advocatk Is now on file at all A.MONQ THE HOTELS.Soo .

toiline on this page.LOCAL should call at F. W. Beers' at Screven's Drug Store, in abundance at the Park on Sunday; tho best hotels in New York city, .
store In the Cordova block and seethe Tltusville.Mr. .
new '1)8) models of the Rambler, Com. Rewctt, of New York, has been Prof. Chas, B. Cory and family, who Whkrk to stop, list of hotels on

NEWS Crescent, Victor, Ideal, Wolff, Cleveland In town a few days this week. have boon spending tho winter at Palm our 7th page.Tho .
A. B. Turner after spending a
; Stearns, Remington, Barnes, Father Bench, passed through Titusvillo, '
returned to town
of O'Boyle *
And Toplc of General Interest. Tribune. Fearless and riioonlx wheels couple Daytona days or so In town, left for after spending some timo vis- Wednesday, en route to their homo InBoston. Inn, Palm Boach, closed for the
on Wednesday.Do .
the largest assortment in the state.A ting other points.Mr The professor will leave his sonson on Monday.

not fail to read the big advt.of house-boat, Wandeier, In Lake Worth When to Jacksonville
In connection you go romomber -
gaiety and General Gomlp Mr. Ed. Stiltng, Cocoa's hardware Aaron Cleveland, of this place, until next winter. Ills mimeum will tho New Elliott and tho Travelers'hotels.

with Blscayne Bay, take Worth, Indian Went, Mr. Sherman Singleton, of Georgians merchant, in this Issue. has been vintting ills biother at Meiritt closo for tho season next Monday. NSunt.

and Banana all other and Important Halifax Klvers.Tolntu Key along theE has. been spending a day or so intown. Attorney C. C. Uhlllingwoith, of for some time pust.Mr Cashier C. S. Schuyler, of tho Indian C. II, Knott, of St. Augustine,

t Coaitt Florida. Brief mention of Atlanta, is expected here to-morrow, enloute Fred F. Taylor and Mr. Dewey, River Statu Hank, Tltusville, has has been on a visit to the Florida East

Interesting Event* from Varloue Fart Mrs. L. C. Branning, wife of Station to West I'alm Beach.Mrs. of Rocklurtgo, arrived In town yesteiday, taken over the 1>uhiiiohs of the lire Insurance Coast hotels this week.

World! About reople You Know Agent Branning, has ariived in town. and leturned same night on the steamer.Mr. companies lately lepioiiontcd by
of the II. T. Titus
who ariived In
Don't Know Picked They are residing in South Tltusville.Mr. Messrs. U. Cary-Elwes, and George The Royal Poinclana, Palm Roach,
People Vi>u Jacksonville Len M. Gardner a former woll
.l from ,
New Yoik the first of
nnd Palm
It, Jr. and Is Royal Miami will closo on
staff Humph, now toady ,
up by Our Society Editor and a large Jule Knox has ncccptod a the week, is expected here today.Mis. known yachtsman on Indian River, arrived
scattered along- the position to write Insurance to nny amount on thoKnst Monday next, after a veiy successful 21.
of Correspondents with Station Agent F. O. Williams, D. L. Gnnldcn has had a force in Tltusville, on his way noith, Coast. Soo his card on Slh pngo, season.Mr. : ?
Emit Coast of Florida. at West Palm Beach, and left for that fiom n visit to filends down the coast,
place on Monday. of men employed fixing up the lawn in yesteril vy.Judge. Mr. Roswell Coleman, who has been J. J. Walsh, of tlm Royal Palm

THE ADVOCATE, front of the Indian River hotel, at this connected with the J., T. A K. W, R'y hotel, Miami, will take chaige of Hotel
Miss Beitha Barrello has returned place, this week. M. S. Jones has boon attending dining tho past six yoais or so, has 10- Blsonyno, at that resolt, during thosummer.
in advance. to law business in Dado this
$1.50 per annum, to town after a pleasant visit to her county signed his and will .
Attorney Goo. M. Robblns made position, shortly
aHying
months week. The Juilgn Is certainly a hustler
$1.00 six friends the Misses ,
Paine of Cucoa and
leave for Ids old home In Now
tilp to Eau Gallle and letmn on and Joisey The sacred hotels
2.00 an. to foreign countries. everybody speaks in high terms ofblm. concerts at Poncado
per Minneapolis.
Tuesday, for the purpose of representing accompanied by his wife and mother.Mr. Leon and Alcazar, St. Augustine, on

Mr. Robort Kettle, a well-known the F. E. C. Ry. In a cow case. and Mis. Coloman havo mado many Sunday night last, weie largely attended
All Fool's so do not conespondent of St. Do not fail to note the fact that friends whllo icslding heie, who regietto of tho hotels and losldonts.Tho
To-day is Day, newspaper Augustine Miss Susie F. Brown will start her by guests .
paid a visit to relatives at Easter Sunday is close at hand. New have them leave, but wish them
forget it. the first, of the week.A Hastings piivate class at the Tilusvillo schoolbouse hats anil drcsnes will be needed by the bun vvyinjf.Clmiiue. dickey birds say It Is probnblo -

-Rend the article on "Orange Tree on Monday next. The foe will be ladies, and spiing suits and straws by that tho popular managor of the

Protection," page 2. ( new passenger platform liar been $2 a month for each pupil.A the gentlemen. Just rend our columns Royal Palm,. Miami Mr. Honry W. Merrill
of Schedule Indlwii ItlverNt
of West Palm laid at the Tltusville station of the F.E. BIG STOCK of now goods bas just where to buy. will take cliaigo of the now Hotel
has become our
What C. Ry. The depots of this line aie earner*. Colonial Nassau next winter.
at lived from New Yoik. Call and. The ,
Beach coriospondent ? departments of MIsh Susio F.
the neatest of in Florida.Mr. .
any examine them ns soon as possible. Brown and Mrs. A. W. Sweet, In the The many friends of Manager Joseph
Traffio Manager J. P. Beckwith, of and Mrs. Wm. M. Merwin, of Julius Ki.ink, Tltusville. Titusvillo publlo school, closed for the The steamer St. hobastlin will, until P. Greaves, of tho Alcazar, St. Augustine

the F. E. C. Ry., has gone to New York Milford, Conn., have leturned to their There were quite a number of yachts term yesteiday. The closing exercises further notice leave West Palm Beach at7U0 will bo pleased to leant that he Is on ia

on a business trip.Mr. winter home at Bockledge from a visit lying at anchor In our haibor this week, last Friday afternoon, were voiy interest : a. in., and Palm lioacli at 8:00: n, m., the road to recovery after a serious 111nesii -

and Mrs. Irwin O. Thursby, of to their pineapple plantation at Eden.Mrs. which made the bay around the whaives ing. in morning riving at at 8:00:Rorkledge o'clock. the following of several weeks'' duration.

New Yoik, are visiting Mr. Lewis Martin Bailey and little son, of and Indian River hotel appear very gay. Mrs. Julia D. Tuttlo, Owner of Font The Holly Inn, managed by Mr. O.Howes .

Thursby, at Merrltt.We New London, Conn., after a visit of Miss Ida R. Bates, who has been Dallas, Miami, is still making maiked The ; and the Palmetto house, Daytona
Oovernmeiit Need Steamboat
acknowledge i a brief call from about two weeks In Tltusville with her teachiug school here during the winter, Improvements, both inside and outside, under tho management of Mr. Leon

Mr. C. T. McBrlde, of Melbourne, Saturday mother, Mrs. T. T. Wetmore, left for left on Tuesday for Shlpman, 111. Her on her valuable property. Sho bas just Desplaud, are two Daytona hotels that

last. home on Tuesday.Mr. many friends will be glad to see her here completed the furnishing of her pmlor Adjutant-General Houston, of Tallahassee have done a rushing business this season.Ilotols .

Mr. Ames Haskins,' after spending and Mis. J. H. Smith and family again next winter.Mr. and dining-room, which are exquisitely has boon requested by Assistant- Ponce do Loon and Alcazar, St.
rich In Moorish design. Secretary KooHcvelt, of the Navy department
the winter at Bockledge, has gone toEppiog after a pleasant visit of several D. S. Hutchinson, of Yardvltle, to furnish him with tho dimensions Augustine, have been faiily well filled

N. II. months to their winter home at Rock- N. J., after cruising in his houseboat Wonder If any moro secret marriages names, condition, etc, of with guests during tho past two or three
left for ton Lakes N. J. the ? It is said the any weeks having hud to bo accommodated
still ledge, Pomp down the East Coast as far as Lake are on tapi.i steamers In Florida poits available for many
Heavy shipments of beans are the first of the week. fair, membeis of town In the Cordova.
Worth left for New Smyina Daytona our aio nearly
made from various points along emergency war bouts, and whether thulr
being Indian River.Mr. Mrs. Matthews, who lias beenenjoving and Ormond the flist of the week.Mrs. dying with curiosity to know who weie crews enn lie secured for tho service.I'rlnce Room Cloik A. S. Loomta, of tho Alcazar
the last
a visit with her sister, Mrs. D. A.Blodgett . Raymond and two daughters (leported) contracting parties.It St. Augustine, has been kept quite
is while had
W. I. Metcalf prominent attorney quite a since we any thing
a left for of late attending to the
St. busy
at Daytona, Augustine the Misses Isabel and Edith, who have so romantlo in Tltusville.We Leopold, of ll lluin. many
of West Palm Beach has been in
on Monday. The following day she spent the winter on the East Coast, left wants of the guests of the huuso. Still

town a day or so this week.Mr. left for her home at Charleston, S. C. the Alcazar, St. Augustine, on Wednesday beg to acknowledge receipt of avery he Is always ready to greet them with a

John J. Cashman, of Brooklyn, Writing us from Liverpool, England, for their home in New York.A handy little book, compiled by Belgium Prince, Leopold has arrived, sou'of In the United the King States of pleasant smile and polite woid.
Messrs. A Corbett the
(
Jblllingworth
N. T., still lingers at the homelikeKevins' Gordon Brown "Please Hotels St. Geoigo managed by Mrs. C.D. .
Mr. W. ,says : boatload of oranges was rapidly well-known prominent Atlanta on a pieasuro tour, but Is traveling inniii, ,
Bivervlew hotel, Merritt.On send the to Uobe Sound lawyers, Tyler Ocean View, by Mr. F. C.
Advocate my disposed of last Filday afternoon at the giving a list of the reliable lawyers recommended under the> title of Comto D'Ethy. lie ;
another page of this issue, A. P.Bauer's (Fla.) address. I expect to bo in Florida Tltusville wharf. The fruit, which was by bankers in the State, ofGeorgia. was In Georgia on Tuesday, ami has left 11 ay den; and tho l'lazu, by Mrs. A. 8.Pell .

remarks on ,aO ange Culture" about the end of March." The many all that one could wish for In taste, came JekyI Island for Jacksonville, St. Augustine have been doingqulto a nice tourist

will be found both timely and practical.Mr. frletids of Mr. Brown will be glad to from Canaveral, and sold for from ten, to Palm Beach and other points ofInterest. business Those threo St. Augustine
welcome him back to Indian River. fifteen cents a dozen.Mr. Archdeacon B. F. Brown left heroIn Did you notion him when lie hotels are still open.

CW.Crabb spent from Saturday a sailboat, Tuesday, for Canaveral, to Tltusville ?
passed through
until Sunday in town with his Owing to the closing exercises of the and"Mrs. T. A. Snider, of Cincinnati officiate at the Pnotorlus-Wllson nuptials Hotels Buckingham and Magnolia, under

family, returning to Cocoa the latter day.Mr. Tltusville public school taking place last O., have been enjoying a trip retuming to town Thursday. Mr. the management of Mr. George CHowes
Friday afternoon, there was no meeting with Dr. K. V. Tierce and family, on Brown he had rather Off to Numu.On ; nnd tho Florida house, managed
a rough
C. A. Robinson, one of Eden's of St. Gabriel's Guild.. The membeis, their house-boat, at Bay Blscayne, this which says took thirteen hours to passage by Messrs. J. J. Sklles A W. W. Palmer,

prominent pineapple growers, was in however, meet this Friday.afternoon in week. Mr. Snider owns a line piece of and ,seven hours to return.Com. go Monday, Mr. Henry M. Flagler loft are throe St. Augustine hotels/that have
town of Wednesday and Thursday. where been popular this season. They
part the Board of Trade rooms, they propel ty at Uobe Sound. Palm Beach for Miami special train very
by
week until and Mrs. F. D. Hughes who are still and ready to receive guests.We .
will continue to meet every open
Tax Collector E. W. Hall will be inTltusville with the following President H.
guests:
Mrs, M. Schwab, of New York, and have usual been spending the winter
until the 1st of May to receive further notice. Miss Mendel, of La Grange, were pleasant as In their fine 11. Plant. Miss Plant, Mr. and Mrs. E.M. noticed thero were about 200

money due the .County of Brevard for Captain J. M. Paine returned from callers at the Advocate office onTuesday. on launch Bay Blscayne started for, cruising their New Yoik home Ashley, Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton guests at the Ponce do Leon, last Sunday

taxes. Rockledge, Florida last Sunday, looking Mrs. Schwab is here on a on Wednesday., Mr. Hughes Informed Parish, Mrs. Angus C Bisseli and Miss ,' while the Alcazar had about 310.

Mr. n. M. Flagler, who has been In bale and hearty after spending the winter visit of a few weeks with her brother, us that it was their original intention to Pomroy. The party was entertained at Room clerks Loom Is (of the Aloazar) nndSangster
the Palm for the (of the Ponce de Leon) were
Mr. Royal night. Tuesday
clime.
in that southern sunny Commissioner J. Mendel.Prof. .
for County the
Nassau this week,; will soon leave stay two weeks longer on East Coast,
finer morning the steamer Miami sailed for kept continually on the move while on
Paine that he never saw
St. Augustine to spend the balance of saya J. M. Laflln of New York still but a telegram called them north rattier
weather in Florida or anywhere else Nassau and other ports with tho whole duty,
the season. remains In Tltusville and the first of hurriedly.Mrs. .
,
this winter. on board.Cau .
there party
than they enjoyed
Mr. Arthur Lv Marsh the well known
Attorney Hamlin, of the firm ofFarrott Carlton County (Minn.) Gazette.A the week went on a little shooting trip, It. II. Baxter, after a pleasant cashier of the Aloazar,, St. Augustine,
with twelve ducks, lie has
& Hamlin, Jacksonville, was a returning visit of acouplo of weeks to Tltusville,
The Courtenay Hunt Club. Informs the Auvooatk that he will
southbound train merry party that passed through made some big catches of fish at the during which time she vlsltod Palm open
passenger on Monday's
TltdsviUe on Saturday last were Mrs. B.F. Haulover canal, which he says Is teeming and West in the Hathaway Inn, Deal Beach, N. JM
en route to Miami. Beach, Miami Key company
Dillon, of Jacksonville; Mrs. Albert with members of the ilnny tribe.Messrs. with her mother, Mrs. W. D. Mussenden, Manager J. G. Bast, of the Courtenay about the 15th of May. He has already

Mr. E. L. Brady has recently been Wheeler and Miss Marietta Wheeler, of left last Sunday for New York, where Hunt Club, on Morrltts' Island, author.Izes booked a large number of guests for th
beautifying his handsome residence, Lowell, Mass.; Mrs. Robert Callum and Decker fc Simonson, the she-will meet her husband and proceed the statement that tho financial coming season, which he anticipates will

grounds on the river front with a nambcr Mlsa S. Gillson, of Washington, D. C. Tltusville lumber'merchants, are pushing home to Bath, Me.Mr. complications temporarily suspending be a good one.Supt. .
forward the work their new boat
on
of stately palmettoes". They were on their way to the Royal tho work of Improvement on the club A. M. Taylor, of the Casino, St. u?
will be In ofweeks'
which
completed a couple
Poinclana Palm Beach, after a pleasant J. P. Reed and wife, and their will be adjusted
gr6nndi satisfactorily Augustine, Is always catering to tho
Mr. and andfanvHy
Mrs. E. P. Porcber time. It will be used for
Ilotol Orraond. carrying bright young daughters, the Misses Maruerlte within the next two weeks. This will
visit to and last
with Mr, wants of the traveling publlo,
afterjispendlng a few days their shipments of lumber to then
and Bessie after
soourn -
a pleasant
; be welcome to the Islanders and
and Mrs. D. A. Blodgett, at Daytona, returned The business of some of our Tltusville various places on Indian River, and will ? of several months at the various news Saturday night was no exception to the
others Interested. Mr. II. J. Tiffin is
rule, when HardaWay's Original Ponoe*
to Cocoa is gradually slipping hold about feet.Mr. .
on Monday.Mr. .merchants 'JO.OOO resoits along the East Coast, left the
still at Ids Canada home but much Improved
the simple reason ile Loon Mlnetrels gave an amusing entertainment
and Mrs. Alfred Cox, of Eden, away from them, for residents do not and Mr*. G. D. Bain and two Alcazar, bl. Augustine, on Sunday last, In healths Ills counsel, Monsieur which was largely attended.

nave been in St. Augustine a couple of that many whether down-rjver they are In business or boys left yesterday for Jacksonville and for their home in Pittsburg, Pa. We Lucfon iluot, is expected here within aweek. This was followed by a voting contest

days this week,* arriving there Sunday know least letters received at other places, en route' home to St. John, hope to soo them here next wtntor.Mr. for a gold watch and chain, to be awarded
so
and returning home Tuesday night., not office.at Every say merchant who has N. B., Can., where they expect to arrive G. V. Bonker, a popular and to the most popular head'or second
this
Mayor M..E. Gruber, of West Palm anythtng to sell should advertise it, and about April 13. Mr. apd Mrs. Bain have well-known resident of Indian River, CHURCH NOTES. waiter In St. Augustine.

Beach has the residence recently made many friends during their stay InTltusville boarded Wednesday's train at Titusvillo, Hill with
purchased bid for publlo patronage.Mr. the The Atlantic House at Oak ,
who to have pleasure
hope lie was off to Yanktown S. D.,
owned J. F. Lamonil saying ,
by ex-Mayor all Its valuablo furniture and silverware,
Mrs. G. D. Ackerly, Miss them here next
and of seeing again
.
who where he was suddenly called owing to Divine servlco on Sunday next at
has gone to Klondike.Mr. was destioyed by (lie on Saturday last.
Mabel Ackerly and Miss Alice Ackerly, the serious illness of his mothor, an old Cocoa, at 10:30: a. in. and 7:30: p. ni.jMerritt This structure)

and Mrs. J. W. Erreger, of of-Jacksonville, were a pleasant family winter.Mr.. J. G. Bennett and Miss Bennett, and respected citizen of the latter city.Mr. at 3 p. m. Archdeacon B. F. and the hostelry resort was of an Imposing prominent New
many
Brooklyn, N. Y., after a delightful visit party who made a trip to the Royal of New York, after spending several Bonker expects to return here in Brown will officiate. York The belonged
of several weeks Nevins' Riverview Palm Beach, last week. Mr.Ackeilyisthe sportsmen. property
at Poinclana, about six weeks' time.Mrs. .
weeks pleasantly at Rockledge, left the of the lata Mike Mums
hotel, Merrltt have returned homewards.Dr. general passenger agent very During noxt (Holy) week there will lie to estate
Jacksonville, Tampa A Key West for home on Tuesday. Mr. Bennett Mlra Reals, the bright and divine service In St. Gabriel's church, a well-known turfman, and cost $.10,01)0.)

.'DeWitt Webb, a prominent resident of the and Is one of the popular rall.road made quite ft record at Ashing, as usual, energetic Rockledge correspondent of Tltusville, every morning, Monday excepted The house had not been opened since tluowner's
of St. informs ua that Railway, during his stay on Indian River, while and Citizen has left death three but was
Augustine, in the state, who has advertised tbe/Tlmes-Unlon at 10 o'clock; and In addition on years ago,
he will soon commence ditching some of men the Indian- River and Palnr Beach his sister also had good luck with the for her home at Lakevllle, Fla., where (Good) Friday evening at 730 o'clock. In charge of a watchman. There was no

his fine muck land at Banyan, for the largely.We finny tribe. Mr. and Miss Bennett will she will remain several'weeks ere leaving The regular Easter services wilt be held Insurance on the property, and It Is

purpose of growing vegetables. sections so top at Washington a" while en route for New York to spend the summer.Mrs. on Sunday, April 10, with Holy Communion therefore, a total loss. There were some

The their beg to acknowledge receipt of a home. Beats made quite a number of In the morning. claims against It, and the parties aro In
Indian Band
first River gave copy of a Vienna (Austria) semiillustrated On 8th will be found the friends while on Indian River this winter, litigation over them. Some assort that
sacred concert In the park last la devoted our page Preaching services at tho Presbyterian
The frontispiece and will be glad to see her here the lire was of mallclou origin.
paper. advt. of Geo. S. Adams dealer In they
Sunday afternoon, the music being bust picture ot-Miss Edltb new churob, Sunday, April 3rd, by the pastor
to a next season.Mr .
greatly enjoyed by the" large concourse mention of whom is made else Florida and Northern meats, staple and Rev. Paul Helllgman. The theme

of people present.Mr. Martin, Miss Martin was a guest of the fancy groceries, etc. He is bidding for E. II. Armstrong, the well- of the morning sermon will be: "Your Taken Hack to Jail.
where. a share of the patronage of residents and known Jacksonville .bas been "
Tltusville, several optician, Treasure Located, and of the. evening
Geo. returned to River hotel,
B. Rumph, jr., Indian become yachtsmen along Indian River and Lake In town several days this week attending "Life's Anchors."
Miami and since then she has sermon : Everybody On Wednesday Sheriff R. J. ChllllngIs -
several Saturday last, after spending Insurance year* ago,of exceptional ability and rare Worth, and a trial order will convince to the needs of our people In his line, cordially Invited to attend these ser- worth, of Dade oounty, brought a coivlces. -
days In his aharptit
town closing up that his store for price* and
anyone and leaves for Daytona to-day, en route ored man named John Blake up toTltusville
to Mr. business, which he turned over talent.Mr. quality of goods, will compare favorably to the metropolis. Mr. Armstrong, who, and placed him in the county

C. S. Schuyler.i.. E. F. Cooley and his daughters with any on the East Coast.Mr.. Adams though still a young man, bas already Local News Continued on pages t and 8. Jail. Blake was sentenced In Pasco

i i.t Mrs. A. D. Baker and Miss ranny will have more commodious quarters In made quite a good reputation In the county last November to.serve a term of mit

Want to Buy Cooley after spending several weeks on the Seminole block after April 12. state, informed us that he had done Imprisonment for an attempt to murder

their launch. Whistle-Wing, cruising up very well during this trip down the East Household Goods For Sale.I his wife, but eventually escaped from

cheap piece of property farm or and down the East Coast between Daytona Incubator for Sale.A Coast, which he makes annually. He prison and made his war south, where

grove it be If and the Florida Keys, have returnedhome. expects to go to New York shortly, to Sheriff Chllllngworth's keen eye "spotted"
;
mast a bargain. you
have for sale furniture
met
Mr. Cooley-whom we bran incubator and himself familiar with the cheap, some ,
want to chance.I new Buckeye make more him at Hobe Sound. The prisoner
come north this Is in
want a bargain for, cash.your Send fnll at Hotel Alcazar, St. Augustine, on Mon brooder for sale; cheap, for cash. latest features pertaining to his pro kitchen utensils, etc., consequence of was handed over yesterday to Sheriff

Particular* to Marti* McDospcon, day-said they had had had a made delightful some trip big Apply to D. A. Ramskt, fession. leaving residence town.in North Call Tltusville.Roswsix and see them. at my Griffin, of Pasco, who escorted him back
and "* Lotus, Fla. to that to finish the balance of
Box 9 L. I.Itockledge county
Freeport
caches The Whistle-Wing I. now Cole max.
nsh his sentence.Bf .
Nelson's wsys, Tltusville, Live Rattlesnakes.

Indian IMver, 55SET.h- remain i until next winter. Gallie, Indian Itlver.

Wanted live rattlesnakes; large ones Bones "Wanted. As an advertising medium, no

Has one of the most attractive general Millinery. The Spartan Grocery 8tore can supply preferred. Also large snakes of all paper on the East Coast can beat the

tores on the East Coast. Ton can find Spring with all kinds of staple and fancy kinds. Best prices paid. Bring or send Save your bones and send them to the Advocate. Olve ns a trial advt..

lfy thlnK Joa need there. Fitting outcruising sailors and dress bats at Sou goods, groceries, etc. Do not fail to to L.S. MORBISOlf, Jacksonville Fertilizer Co., South Jacksonville and be convinced of the pink papefsvworth.

parties a specialty.Paxtox Fine line of give this store a trial. Orange City, Fla. Fl*. Will pay cash for them. .

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.K.ASCII SUFFERER White City. ORANGE CULTURE.Oruf It's IMOaraaS Tbasu Magnolia; Grocery.H. .

| A LITTLE "1 saw him' with his arm around
Trace ffhoald be VerUllaad Bat "
The steamer Delia is doing rushing yon. A. HENRY, Proprietor
OM Yaar, la Max. "
With a
Faoe, Hands and Arms Covered 81*r"In atfd Retail Dealer In
business.We 1' Wholesale
8crofuloua Humors How a Cure Editor Indian River-Advocate: the wait*, yon know.
. were visited by a nice shower of Oh I"Chicago Post.An .
Was Effected. Having been in this state for sixteen AND FANCY GROCERIES.

When five years old my little boy had rain last nightCommission years, and in the southern part for seven Old Story. STAPLE *

scrofula on his face, hands and arms. It men are as thick as flies I have paid much attention to call for our Cash Price List, which will
? the sores years, She I hear yon have Just got mar* Write or please yon
*' worst on his chin, although
was around here. the raising of orange trees and their cultivation. riod. la it too late to offer congratulations JACKSONVILLE
Streets
bad.It ,
F. I on his cheeks and hands were very 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth FLA.
oi red pimples Beans are still bringing good prices, I am convinced that fertilizing ?
In the form .
appeared No.,255.IJewnre
neeCom i which would tester, break open and run and we have a splendid crop.C. orange trees more than once a year is ofno He Oh, yes; I was married three Telephone

and then scab over. After disappearing II. Rooks and Geo. .Beck captured advantage to the tree or the owner, weeks ago! Tit-Bits.

Thfcxlst they would break out again. They caused a large rattlesnake last week. but a disadvantage to both. The right Congenial Kmplojmeat. JOHN MARX.

{ and the little sufferer bad in the first of
Intense itching time for fertilizing is part "
Miss Annie Morris returned a few days 'Wiggins has a new typewriter girL
water to be watched continually to keep him fall in that month
good showers "
We became ago from Nassau, and reports a pleasant May, as "What became of the other one?
100 from scratching the sores. of the rainy season taking InOxocexicsH'xvLit
the forerunners "Her spelling was so original that he Wholesale Dealers -
his condition. Mywife's trip.
lor o: greatly alarmed at the fertilizer down for the roots. persuaded her to go in for dialect writ
baa mother had had scrofula and the Capt. McLnin came up on the steamer tarLd. 3Proca.ia.ce
Fertilizing sooner is throwing away ing. Chicago Record.Circular..
as apoop only medlclno which had helpd her was Delia Saturday, and stayed over until time and work, as during the 131 and 133 Ka** B V Street and 8 and 8 Newnan Street. *
Hood's Sarssparllla. We decided to give money, .
,
: lt o our boy and we noted an improvement Monday.Geo. dry season the fertilizer lies in the dry
have K. Dutton will soon start on the ammonia Hicks 1 suppose that Feldspar has a
After giving months the
soil for evaporates
in his case very soon. ,

have DOlOl him four bottles of Hood's Barsaparilla road introducing Ills new patent palmetto the patash, etc., is getting less, largo Wicks circle Well of friends/, if not a large circle, ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE cm.We .

then the humor bad all bven driven out of his" stump puller.Feter and, finally, when the rainy season, set> there are many rounders among them.

N( blood and it has never since retarned. Jenson refused $1,000 for his in, there is nothing left for the tree. Boston Transcript. are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Pea,
Whaiam Bartz, 416 Bouth Williams St., We also carry a full line cf Day, Grain and Feed. We
intl boan crop. lie has nine men picking, Besides this, the breaking up of the guaranteed genuine. want
Bend Indiana. Olve us a trial and you will be pleased.
land South of all and Is shipping on an average of fifty ground and roots with the plow (the Too Many Thanks. your Oranges and Vegetables.
distl You can buy Hood's Barsaparilla She Don't find journalism rather MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.E. .
druggists. Be sure to get only Hood's. crates per daj.We garrote of orange culture) lets the prevailing you

theo: were pleased to receive a call last east winds dry out tho grounds, thankless work?
fcyaiisW rktii- rare MveMllsiea y to take, He. Oh, not Almost everything I
HOCUS HlllS / to opontta. uu. Friday from Capt. ISuie, who says he is Very often below the roots. Where is Pick F. G. Russell
write is returned with thanks. Wikchenbacii, Manager. Treat.
treat well pleased with the prospectc in and the common sense in this ? The little Mo Up

is", around White City. showers that fall before a cold spell

as tof < ORANGE TREE PROTECTION. Our public school has just closed for don't get deep enough into the ground Useless" she Pleadings."Spare moaned. FLORIDA MACHINE WORKS.Iron
me
Inize to have any effects. .
tho season. Miss Clara bogoard was presented
Editor Indian River A dvoeate : after Is vorse yet a But he was nnreleuting"No
Fertilizing May ,
dow t with a beautiful gold pen holder ," he answered. "I'll not spare IRON and BRASS CASTINGS.
Tl Your comment on tlie orange tree by her admiring pupils.Discovered that application keeps the tree growing you a cent. Cincinnati Enquirer.

tootSari article I wrote for you, kindly published Into and through the winter months; General Repairing Promptly & Accurately Done.

In the March 4th Issue of your much- by u "Woman. there is no time for the last growth to

It prized paper, I must believe the question make wood. The tree is all the time in of Ointments lor Catarrh Columns, Shafting, Pulleys, Hangcti

iron I Ievic of evorgroen-timber protection a Another great discovery has beon full sap, and Is sacrificed to a cold spell.By Building

ithei valuable suggestion. Those of our made, and that too, by a lady in this one fertilizing in the month of May, that contain and Boxes in Stock.
Grate
and
AIlei old groves that are too Urge to cover, country. "Disease fastened Its clutches the tree's last growth will harden before Mercury.As Sash Weights Saw Mandrels of all Sizes
upon her and for seven years she withstood
as you suggest, the plan to plant out Its severest tests, but bur vital winter, stand more cold and the tree Bars a Specialty. Furnished.suoah .

was j eveigreen hedges, camphor trees or organs were undotei mined and death will havo the rest It needs, and, consequently mercury will surely destroy the sense

era* water oaks is a good one; and tho large seemed Imminent. For three months the tree will bear better and of the smell and completely derange the
pan wh.ole system when enteiing it through ivexxjXjS.
she and could
coughed Incessantly, not -
-de treos can bo covered with a tent, with a uniform fruit. The so-called, fertilizer the mucous surfaces. Such articles "
sleep. She finally discovered a to atEnd of Viaduct in
s way 102. Office and Shop | Riverside.
eaolwoi lamp burning Inside during cold weather, recovery, by purchasing of us a bottle ofDr. for growth and fruit is nonsense; give should never be used except on prescriptions Telephone _

and will be found very much more effective King's New Discovery for consump- young trees nnd old trees the same fertilizer from reputable physicians, as the JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.C .

aloi and cheaper than Mr. Dunk's plan. Ion, and was so much relieved on taking the young ones less than the old damage they will do is ten fold to the
tot the Hist dose, that she slept all night good you can possibly obtain from them.Hall's .
;
Florida is comparatively a now country and of in it.
ones, plenty potash Catarrh Cure manufactured byF.
and and with two bottles, has been absolutely ,
liaiOol and as yet, In the culturo of all cured. Her name Is Mrs. Luther Flowing a grove is another great mistake J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains ZE3Z *- TTZLvdl f2z CO. ,

kinds of fruits, also tobacco, wo have Lutz." Thus wtltos W. C. Hamnick & ; use the harrow. Mr. James Mott, no mercury, and is taken internally, DEALERS INcina
but I think Co., of Shelby, N. C. Trial bottles fioeat acting directly upon the blood and mucous
r only beon experimenting; of Orlando, in an article, calls the plow,
8to F. S. Chaffee A Co's, drug stoie.Kegular surfaces of the system. In buying DBTIMl JL.lQL'u.ors
,
some of us have learned something. By If used in "a murderous
car size SOo and $1. Every bottle a grove, Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the
Ev< far the larger portion of the settlers that guaranteed.Mrs. weapon." no Is right in his expression. genuine. It is taken internally and is 417, & 410 W. Bay St.,

ant have beon doing this expeilmentlng have Every orange grower ought to follow his made In Toledo, O by F. J. Cheney
caswh labored under great disadvnntnges (as I advice and he will be astonished at thoresults. Testimonials free.Jtjr .
Tayer: "Is mother at home ,
your Sold by druggists, 7."o per bottle. 4 RICH WINES create good, rich hultby -
have myself) of wrong information, or Tommy?" Tommy: "No, ma'm; she'sout. The plow, axe, hachet, saw, blood. Don't make the miotuke ottming
wog Ideas of our own; and, us I said knife shears have right to sour poor wine because its
wrong "How unfortunate. Tell hor I or you no use cheap It Is not. It lias a na t>, iliugreeable -
fTh l before,'It is time we came to some practical shall call again to-morrow, will ?" in a grove. Let nature have her [Remember, the- Advocate, Titusville effect upon the irtstem, whiles
you
pla does all kinds of job printing. Give KbodwlDeia really not expenithe, and
conclusions' as to how we must act. "Yos'm, I'll tell her; but it won't do way. A. P. BaiterA us a share of your work.] filres you that pulled together, self
One thing is sure, tho orange tree is Meade Fla. BiitlBtled feeling
any good. I lieard her say that she was Fort jpWe make a Specialty of North firo.iiiia .
hit ;, not quite at homo here, and it won't doto always out when you called." Mountain Dew Corn Whiskey, thret
Wt unless SAILOR BURIED. To Cars Constipation Forever. years old, 2 BO per gallon
f try and grow it wo aie, prepared BRITISH Parties living; in Dry Towns will do
to shield it from the cold that Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic loo or HSo. well to order from us, as we can ttxttlieni
11 C.C. C. fall to cure, druggists refund mouev.
How In tlio Time CO per cent, on all orders.XV" .
sometimes sweeps down over us; It is The.furneral of J. McCormlck, ordinary Always send money with orilnt.V .

man not often It comes, but for me it has To purify your blood with Hood'sSarsaparllla. sailor on board the British war ship, e will not open new account, union
act Maich, April nnd May are Tax Assessor'** Notice.I suitable Jacksonville reference I, give,
been too often. Our winters are not Cordelia, on Thursday afternoon, was Ho Goods tent C. O. D to Dry To M.
getting colder, as Is often said tho lumberman's year. an event of more than ordinary interest Agent for Indianopolis Brewing Co,
} blood is filled
season your with impurities will be at the following places for rtrewer, anllottlenlndianiipoli>, ltd
wiii axe, in cutting downtlio pine which havo accumulated during the at St. Augustine. It is, perhaps, many the purpose assessing taxes for the Hftcules Malt Tonio, 12 28 per case j Clayton & Ru eU Wild Cherry Brandy, (4 60 per caw.

11 trees, has not opened up new channels winter, and theso impurities must bo years slnco armed English man-'o-war'a year 181)8:

iti'tVi ho that tho bllzzaid's blasting breath Is immediately expelled. Hood's Saisapaillla men marched throught the stieets of anAmeilcan Saturday, April 2nd
Is the one true blood purifier. It Is "
reaching farther and farther down, as the medicine which has accomplished city, says the St. Augustine Shlloli, Tuesday, ** fith SAW AND PLANING MILLS, JACKSONVILLE.YARD,
I pllca dosron oiks funeral Ilaulover, Wednesday,, fith PKlatka, FIw. E. Bay St., Foot of Catherine
felled Tatler. The
for every pine tree a many thousands of remarkable cures of was very Impressive Tltusville, Thursday, "7thFridav

have taken its ploco. Some woman once all blood diseases. It is what tho millions the funeial cortege arriving at the Mims, 8th
Tlto climate" and take in the spring to build up health boats and 0th WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY
tiaid, "this bewitching aud ward off sickness. wharf in small disembarking, LaGrange, Saturday, ,
how appropriate, for how It does lure uson. marched to the Roman Catholic Cathedral Canaveral, Tuesday, 12thbe

Is it not a delightful climate to bein where It was received by Commander Blanks will left at all the postMerritt Manufacturers of
JoA The flrBt street railway, in America his officers In offices in the county for the purpose of
? and only for the escapades of those Bourke and fullunform,
staitud on thellowery, New York, nnd making returns. J. F. Wootkn,
a northern blizzards that are so ,tenlblywickod lau from Prince street to Fourteenth The corpse was borne on the shouldeiaof Assessor. : Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. *

or they would never come, It stieet, In 1831. six of his comrades, the First (United ,

would be tropical. How well It suits the States Artillery bnnd and
) Company
M A large stock of Pry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, shingles,
orange tree and the pineapple If we can B, of the Ffth Infantry joining them LIT1IIA SPRINGS, OA.SWEETWATER *
The greater Included the less. Hood's lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypres
an believe our eyes and tastes, both are and entering the Cathedral with them.Rev. '
1 Satsaparilla cures hip diseases and sciofula PARK HOTEL.IJtnia mouldings of all patterns a specialty.
finer in quality than those from Father Maher read the service for
elai any hoi os and it may be depended upon Springs,Near Atlanta,Ga. When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us.AL1CX .
j other section of Mother Earth. And to rme boils and pimples and humors of the doad, when the procession again
Florida and New York sleepers our door.
pass
now that we have learned, let us go to all kinds.Hood's. formed and marched to the United States Hotel opens Feb. 18. The moat healthful location

the mountain and pray, Instead of asking cemetery, south of the Barrack's, the in the South. Never any cases of ennta-
infectious dixeaaes,
I or or even malaria
the mountain to come to us. Fills are the favotite family cathartic Royal (Biltlsh) Marines, with reversed SIons the place to spend the spring months without OT. B. DAOTSOXT
Cure sick headache, break acold. risk. Not as cold as mountain resorts, nor ,
Let me say a word more of the sea up arms, acting as escort. Fifty white unl too warm to be safe. Rooms with both grates

son's cold. Some hundred years ago the formed sailors, officers and midshipman and and toilets steam,heat hot,ami eiectrla cold light running*, private water.baths Sun, Wholesale and RetailliEfiLipRBI

English government sent a scientist hereto also followed. Company B also wore parlors anil glaas-inotoaed porches. Stop orerprivileges.
Hotel cost $.200,000. All kinds of
learn of the flora of this country, and side arms. The courtesy of Lieutenant- medicinal batbs and the strongest Lithla water

whloh and is Colonel Rawles the known for rheumatism, kidney and bladder
In his report, was printed J. L. In offering services Send
troubles for circular. Si 60 *4 per day;
now in the London library, ha said : of the First'Artillery and Company S1A to till per week: leas by the month. Hto T.illake .
,late of I'aas Christian and Manltou,Colo,
"While In Tampa Day there came a cold B, Fifth Infantry, to take part In the

time, and the little ponds froze over so funeral services, was greatly appreciated.A .

that a man could walk across on the firing party was also offered, but the SEAB. XRNXST TAYLOR. 1 19 West Bay St.. Jacksonville, Fla.

loo." The late Uncle Jake Sumraerllnwas Royal Marines paid that last mark ofrespect.

the first white child born in Florida The physical existence NEAR & TAYLOR Fine Old Liquors, Imported1 and1 Domestic Wines, Havana,

after the United States took It and be of mankind is something
(Successors to John McAllister.
like an account in a ledger. received Its from the )
Oregon name
has said to me that he saw it so cold in Health on one side- disease Mexican and Florida Cigars.

1833 (I forget the date, hut It was late on the other All the Spanish oregano, wild marjoram, which Artesian Well Contractors .

pare air, good food,. grows In abundance on that portion of JEMIVE JE TVOY GROOBBIES.
In winter) that It killed all the orange tlonal exercise and sound
the Pacific shore. EAU GALLIE FLA.
k trees. From what he said, it was somewhat alcep aunts go op on one health aide and ofIt WHISKEYS from $2.00 Per ballon upwards. I handle no Compound GoodiET -

colder than'our late experiences.It rth. On the other aide, are bad air. Price List upon application. Tour Jug Trade Solicited,

may be many years before these destructive up poor weakness food, overwork and disease.W and worry. That foots U you wish'' to open an account youVust give first-class city references,

storms i coma again; "this bewitching
hen your appetite or sleep is disturbed)
climate" may go on for years when the stomach and liver are not work- Largest
without the blighting'kiss' of the bllzxard's ins:properly,,or the bowels are not in regu.Ur dealers is
-
condition; you are losing vitality sad THE SODTHERN'FDEB ff SUPPEFCompany.
rage, hut let us be ready, strength i figure* are going down on the Vehicles, Harness,
Jamks Kott. wrong- side of the ledger Unless this is
stopped and the other side of the account Wagons, Bicycles,
Orlando, Fla., Mar. 28, '08. is built up, you'll soon b a physical I
bankrupt. In the South.JJp Wood, Goal, Qb% Brick, Lime; Cement,
The most profitable account a sick man
Yellow Jaundice Cured. can. open in his Ledger of Life is with Dr. Correspondence Solicited. t SABEL BROS.,

Pierce's wonderful Golden and scientific Medical tome Discovery which ,imparts Repository, Foot of Laura Street, JACKSONVILLE.Wm. Yitrifled Paving-and'Sidewalk'- Brick.II. .

Suffering humanity should be supplied a direct aud healthy stimulus to the
with every means possible for its entire nutritive organism. It strengthens
relief. It is with pleasure we publish the digestive Balds and the liver, and enables 408 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Telephone 261J.
the following: "This Is to certify that the blood making' organs to produce J. Uarkisheimer, Tres. E. IIarkisheimbr, Seo'y A Treas.
I was a terrible sufferer from Yellow pore, red, highly vitalized blood.It K. KITTNEBLYN General Manaijer.tJT .

Jaundice for over six months, and was It feeds is not the constitution a mere temporary with genuine eihllarator., permanent The Batter ,
treated by some of the best physicians power. It writes big, round sums Elgin Company of Florida.
in our city nndwll to no avail. Dr. Bell, on the health side of the account, and I Invite yoor Attention to my Complete Stock of
our druggist, recommended Electric wipes out the figures of weakness and disease. "
Hitters; and after taking two bottles, I It animates the vital forces and WHOLESALE ONLV. -* HARDWARE AND CROCKERY 4-
was entirely cured. I now take great builds up healthy flesh, muscular energy
pleasure in recommending them to any and nerve-force. Blotter axi.(3L Clieese
For Dr. Pierce has been
nearly v years Gra*
person suffeilngfrom this terrible mal chief consulting* physician of the Invalids' Glassware, Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, Tinware, *

ady. I am gratefully yours, Mrs. M, A.Ilogarty Hotel and Surgical Institute, of Buffalo, Office and Cold Storage, 110 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Iteware, doors, sash and blinds, and Builders* Hardware, water coolers.Ice *
Lexington, Xy." Sold by F.S. N. Y. His formulas are everywhere recor- IS if 7* ?.ulck meal Sa80lin stoves. Blue Flame kerosine oil stoves, garden too

Chaffee <& Co., druggists.Mrs. world.nixed as the His most"Pleasant effective Pellets"remedies are in the the Our 4 Crewn Butter Is being used by the best merchants throughout the State. and barbed V0"8' PaiDt* *nd 0n8' FrnU Jars *nd Jely, e es, Poult,7 ne S

most perfect and scientific cure for const!. The butter handled by us Is the product of one of the largest and best Creameries

Toungwife: "I can't see why my ever invented. They are not violent In the State of Illinois. It Is always uniform In quality. Harrison Bros* Ready Mixed Paints.
n their action, but perfectly sure, and at
bread don't raise John. I've tried
Just the same time comfortable. Their great Merchants not receiving our quotations will do us a favor by rritlng for same.B3 .
everything." Mr. Y. (laying down his reputation has called out a score of imitations

biscuit In despair): "Ever try dynamite, which druggists sometimes try r WI SELL ONLY TO THE TRADE. This is positive.
to substitute, but there is nothing; "Just 33.
/ dearf good." THE ELGIN BUTTER CO. OF'FLORIDA. xW
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/ mal o a onorial rtffpr which will give them an opportunity of a life time to pay for a home with the money they would otherwise pay the landlord. ,'

East McKeesport is growing rapidly and lota will greatly enhance in value with the coming of good times. Mills employing 50,000 men can be reached for a Ave cent street car fare. The IfcKeesport, Wllmerdiug and Duquesnatlectrio

line will be shortened and improved. The United Traction Company, during the present summer, will construct a double track street railway from the end of its line at McKeesport through Cast McKeesport and connect with

the main line at Wilmerding. A paved street will be constructed from Fifth avenue, McKeesport,directly through the center of Kast McKeesport to the present paved street at Wllmerding. Cast McKeesport Is an ideal homo site foe

either capitalist or laborer Call on us or write your name and address on a postal card, mail to us and we will call on you and talk the matter over. We know that we can show you how to make your rent money pay for a home, '




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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, APRIL 1, 1896.H .


bert Carter will recommend It to the And From 4rtft>*jt4t
Boy
INDIAN RIYER ADVOCATE. 4A the report rather guarded, and no resort on Sunday afternoons ; but House for, favorable consideration. SAYE MONEY
it will not be out of place to remark
mention of the Spanish or Spain Should the outcome be what. Is confidently
is made in it. The matter -now that while it is intended for expected now, the constabulary

W KLT JOORKAL DEVOTID TO THK DBVtlsOrMSHT rests with both governments, but a place of recreation, its privileges will have to take their bag and baggage

Or TUB INDIAN H.IVB*. L1I1 hope the trouble will be so arranged should not be abused by allowing elsewhere, and leave the coast clear fur
BAY SBCTI01IS. we *
WORTH ABD BIHOAVWE
that w r will be avoided. any swinging, romping and other COO or 600 workmen. Feed Garden Seeds Flour

PUBLISHED KVKHY FRIDAY.OBAnLR Spain claims the Maine was blown such diversion of a similar nature Grain, Hay, ,
THE POLL TAX QUESTION.
and to be indulged in on the Sabbath
up from an Inside explosion, ,
H. Waltos, Kdltor St Proprietor. we claim she was destroyed by the day. and it would be to the credit Meal and Cotton Seed Meal.
The of citizen Comptroller
explosion of an outside mine. of the authorities in charge to see right a says
-4Dlscontlnuance- Reynolds, "tn pay his capitation
of advts, munt bo made personally Referring to the Cuban disturbance that this rule is carried out. Our or poll tax, cannot be abridged or denied, Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of Insects;,Jlarmless to man

at this offlre or by writing.Check' the London Times says: people, going to the park to enjoy and the tax collector must accept the boast Only sell for cash on the Closest Margins. Write for quotations. '
"While hoping we may yet be a peaceful rest, have been disturbed name when tendered to htm by the Individual

etc.,may be made payable to Ch.ari.ks spared the sad spectacle of a contest and annoyed by .such improper that liable the tender thereto Is, at made any time in Uwful, provided Office: 124 VV. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FL*.

H. Walton, publisher ami proprietor between two friendly nations, conduct as the above, and money of the United.States."

both bound to us.by the ties of old it is not unlikely that its continuance The poll tax Is not a tax, assessed on
Address all communications to will property, and is not governed by any Carriage
friendship, if the worst comes we eventually keep many P. E. McMURRAY and
of law relative to taxes assessed
ADVOCATES
provision
INDIAN RIYER should not, of course, forget, while away. There are six days in each on property, says the TnllAhassee
Titvuvillb, Florida.Nbw neutrality week when all out-door amusements &
maintaining the duties of correspondent of the Times-Union and

toward both, that one of thera can be indulged in'at the park, but Citizen. BAKER
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Yob*Office i iMntrnpitlttan (the United States) is knitted tous Sunday should be observed with This tax is assessed for the' benefit of Materials!

Building-! Madison Ave.U. yet more' closely by ties ofblood. decorum, as in other parks in the the over school the age fund of, and twenty-one every male yeais/and person Dealers in

." We are pleased to note United States. under fifty-live, except suoh as have lost
M. l>ci>itrtiiioiit of Agriculture the peaceful policy the Times- a Hmb In a battle, Is liable theieto. Dump Carts, Saddlery, Pleasuie and Business Vehicles, Hand Carts, etc., |(
Sundries, etc
of Id taxIs Bicycles,
The fact that the payment s
Weather Itiirenu Jupiter FlaTho Union and Citizen has followed While the present system ofroadmaking and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE
made a prerequisite to voting, precludes Main t FLA.LaGrange. .
throughout ; for, like ourselves, In most places is very the possibility of any limitations

following is a comparative state- we cannot sefl what the people bf expensive, especially in Florida, as to the right of payment thereof, as

i mont of temperatiuo and rainfall for the the United States would gain by a the roads are by no means like that would result In depriving citizens
; week ending Tuesday, Mar. 2!>, IKOrt, who did- not tender the taxes ataceitain
with
war Spain. what they ought to be, being more The NewSelden
1808 1897IIATK. time of the right to vote. The only restilctlon -
MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. so in name than in reality. Road as to the right to vote, which is
r 23 7S 8H Oil building Is a science, which cannot predicated upon the payment of the poll
21 7!) 07 88 08 A Wisconsin man is experimenting be successfully applied by men tax, is contained In the election law, and Door

2.1 78 <>H ((1.1 57 In raising and domesticating who have not made it a study and piovldes/ that such payment shall be Cypress Company
2 78 7il 77 Bl buffaloes, to cross with ordinary made by the second baturday of the
27 77 l) 74 40 stock 'and to amass a fortune a trained road-builder is just as month preceding the-day of any geneialelection. ,
expects
28 7<1 (ifl 77 87 necessary as a trained doctor, .
!> 7(1( 70 74 ( by his ventureIt -. manufacturer or educator, if .we

Total rainfall for the week: 0.22 Inches would derive the proper benefit Opened October 1st, 1800, turned the steam on to
Ooparturo from noi-m.il rainfall for the is said that the Jaw .
Georgia

from week:normal minus lalnfall 0,27 Inches.hIdoo January Departure 1, making a marriage contract effected , many from instances our highways.this most In a important great One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door, Sash, Bli

minus 3.AI Indies.J. on a Sunday valid, would work Is left to those quite incompetent The school heie closed on last Friday,
# VV. Cito.NK, ObHerver. not be appreciated in Chicago; to take charge of it, and after a very successful term, the students and General Wood Working Plants in the United States.;
ft acquitting themselves with that ciedit
but why, deponent snyeth not.
the result is plainly manifested by which they have labored so faithfully togain. And with expcilenced management, (covering a past expeilcnce of eigb

the large number of poor roads. .. The exerefses were such as to Inspire years In Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the b&
THE MAINE DISASTER. Thkue has been a marked improvement Why not remedy this evil, and ifwe every pupil with a renewed energvto possible material and woikmanship at our hands.. Our production will cowi

in business conditions have roads at all, let us have prosecute' bis studies with more zeal Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glass, etc
during the 'coming session than lie has
The iillabsorl>Ing topic this in this country, particularly in good roads ? It will be found la the paxt. After the close of the literary

week has been the report of the manufacturing districts, since the much less expensive in the long exercises, the students that had successfully

court of'inqulry into the loss of enactment of the'new revenue law.It run, and there will be more general passed their examinations,came CHASN: WELSHANS
forward and received ceitlilcates of promotion
satisfaction. have
Why not a
the Maine and ,
warship excitement
to the next higher giade; and
iv in connection with the Cuban is reported that a clergyman system of scientific road-making right glad were some to do this, as they

question has been intense. This, says dancing must be wrong, because established by proper legislation ? had been kept in the same grade for

however, does not apply that we women prefer to dance with years.After awarding the certiorates, each CEMENT, BRICK, LIME, SHINGLES, COAL TAR, PLASTER,

shall have war. There has been a men and men with women. lie To adopt measures to protect student was presented with an attractive

general appeal by the administration must be lost to the power cf all wild birds in any country is a good souvenir containing the names of the ** HAIR AND LATH; *

to the senate to avoid undue argument who favors this pastime one, and we should like to see u teacher, supervisor and all of the pupils.

agitation of'the Cuban subject until after that. little more protection given them The bell, then, began to toll the sad i *
news of parting until next session. State Agent L. & M. Paints and Oils.
the president can have no opportunity in Florida. In other countries the

to formulate a policy, Du. Mauv Walker has been refused people do not lose sight of this [Send the Advocate an order for any Old 'Phone 8. )o\ 13 Hogan StretiJ
and the senate appear quite disposed admission into the society important object, for efforts have job printing you need.]

to comply with, the request.A known as the Daughters' of the recently been made to have Wolmer JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

complete abstract of the report American Revolution, because she Forest, England, turned into a

of the court of inquiry his been wears trousers, so says an exchange.Is sanctuary for wild birds. Since LITIIIA 8PKINCJS, GA.

taken from the report itself, and itis it the trousers that are objectionable 1805 the Officers Shooting Association BWEETWAIKR PAKK HOTEL. Bernard Abel. Peter J. Nevixs.

made up of eight parts, us to this patriotic organization. of Aldersbot, England, has

follows : .? taken over the game preservation Llthla Springs,Near Atlanta, Ga. .BERNARD ABEL. & CO.

First The court finds that at the of the forest grounds, and all wild Hotel Florida opens and Feb.New 18.York The sleepers most healthful pass our door locution .. .

time of the explosion tho battleship birds have been studiously pro In the 8outh. Never any cones of oonta5
There
in
Maine was lying In five and a half to six are some cynics this ions or infectious diseases, or even malaria,
who there is such tected. A typical result of this tist the plnce to spend the spring months without
fathoms of water. wprld say no
rink. Not aa cold an mountain resorts, nor
has been that instead of Commission Merchants
Second The discipline aboard the thing as love, and yet Mrs. Helen one too warm to be safe. Rooms with both prates -

feV ship was excellent; eveiythlng stowed A. Clark, of Baltimore, widow of heron's (nest a few years ago, there and unit steam toilets,heat hot,anil electrlo colli lights running, private water,baths riun, ,

according to orders ammunition, Runs, the late capitalist, Gabriel I), are now twenty, and nearly fifty parlors and gloss-Inclosed p r eta. The temperature of the magazines herons new from the nests privileges. Hotel cone #_>(MUMH>. All kinds of Corner Washington and Jay Streets, XEWyORK
at 8 p. m. was nounal,, except In the Clark, resigned a fortune of $1000,000 ,- young medicinal baths and the stvongest Llthla water
after ten-Inch alid that did than last year. The efforts of the association known for rueuiiuitlxra. kidiicy ancU bladder
magazine, sooner give up the troubles. Send for circular. 2 SO to f 4 per day; rXOKIDA ritODUCTS A SPECIALTY.
not explode. poor law student, who had won her are, however, nulifled to a VIA to SM per week( less by the month. H. T.IIlake .
Third The explonlon occurred at 0:10o'clock affections. \ large extent by the destruction of ,late of Pass Christian and Alanitou,Colo.Notice. Refer to Irving National Bank, Now York; to all Commercial Agencies; tol

on the evening of February 15. protected birds whenever they Florida Growers, whose shipments we sell. Send postal request for prompt rcpijlas
There were two explosions, with a very the lands to market piices, or any Information In our line.Sheriff's .
to
short Interval between them. The emerge on private surrounding
ship Truly the way of the world is
lifted on the first. the forest.
Fourth The court can Amino deflnl to passing strange. Hint to a man Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Circuit

opinion of the condition of the wrecRfiom the slightest of his own defects of Floiida, Brevard County, A. I)

the divers' evidence. and foibles and he draws his THE DATE OF EASTER.FoKTrKivK 1808. FERTILIZERS.
/ Fifth Toolinloal details of wreckage rapier but call creature Emily F. Mx|
; every under V8.David Bill for Divorce.In .
from which the court deduces that ...
was exploded under the ship amine heaven fool ami rogue, and The date of Easter Is determined by K. Mix.IT .
on
the aide. your auditor will join wjth the ecclesiastical calendar of the CathoHo appearing by the bill of complaint exhib
port you ited and tiled In said cause and the aflldavitof
Sixth Tho oxplosion was duo to no heartily. You and he are the cliurch.v It Is a very complicated and complainant's solicitor, that the defendant ARMOUR'S PfNEAFrLE FERTILIZER.ARMOUR'S .
fault of those on board. elaborate affair Invented by LI Una, aNeopolltan David K. Mix, Is a non-resident of the State
judges of the world, but not its of lorltln,and reside VEGETABLE
astronomer and sage, under to-witi In Long Lake, in FERTILIZER.
Seventh Opinion of the court stating denizens. XIII at the close of the the State of New York,within the United States.
Pope Gregory ,
that the explosion of the mine caused 10th It would be Now you,the said David K. Mix, lie and ap Specially prepared oat of the purest materials and recommended to growen,
the explosion of two magazines. ., century. preposterous pear before the Judge of our Court on the
Eighth The court declares that It to tax the brains of modern readeis with SECOND DAV OF MAY, A D 1808, because they are the very highest standard of excellence,j
cannot find evidence to fix the responsibility. thousand people, itis the abstruse calculations by which the to answer said bill of complaint,or a decree pro
date of Easter is determined, but a few confesso will be entered against you and the For other
estimated,'by a well known authority general rales might be given for their complainant will be allowed to proceed ex-parte crops we haveARMOUR'S
The is unanimous and is in such matters die of with her said cause.It .
report typhoid enlightenment. The regulations at the la further ordered that this notice be pub ORANGE TREE FERTILIZER.ARMOUR'S .
signed by all the members of the fever in the United States council of Nice are four: First, Easter lished in the Isdiam Rivbw Advocate,a news-

court ; it did not refer to the existence every year; and yet, while calmly must be celebrated' on a Sunday; second, our consecutive published In weeks.said county, once a week for FRUIT AND VINE.ARMOUR'S >
this must follow the 14th of
Sunday the
non-existence of mines ignoring the dreadful Witness, the Honorable John
or ravages of D. Broome, BLOOD
paschal moon; third, the paschal moon BONE AND POTASII.*
Judge of said court,and the seal of said court
in the harbor of Havana, except in this battling disease, we go into a is that moon whose 14th days falls on or at the court house In Titosville, Florida, this

the specific finding that a mine was cold perspiration at the mere mention next follows the day of the vernal equinox Ii3rd day of March,A U 1808.A. Compare our analyses with those of any other manufactures. We can gi

exploded under the ship, and that of cholera or yellow fever.America's ; fourth, the equinox Is fixed invariably A. BTEWART, other
in the calendar on the 31st davofv CL. 8.] Clerk Circuit Court, you Fertilizers or Fertilizer materials.
'the of the six-inch
explosion magazine March. This calendar moon,It should mar2S-ai>r29 C. R.Stewart,D.C. Use our Complete Brands and you will get the very best results. AnalyWr
was caused by the explosion manufacturing enterprises be remembered. Is not the moon of the
of the mine. The 'report, as a'whole are certainly coming to the heavens nor yet the moon of the astronomers Sale.NASSAU'S prices, etc., furnished on application. We shall appreciate a trial orden.

la said to be brief not ex.eeedlng front, the rapid growth of such interests but it Is an imaginary noon created
for ecclesiastical convenience. From
,- 1,800 words. While the having already resulted in these conditions it follows that Easter UNDER and by virtue of an Alias Writ of ARMOUR & COMPANY,
ourt holds //that these magazines issued out of the Circuit Court
great activity in railroad building. Sunday cannot happen earlier than the for Brevard county. In cause therein depending
did not explode from internal Forty million dollars of bonds are 22nd of March or later than the 25th of ,wherein R. It. McCormiok is plaintiff Jacksonville, Fla.
April, This year Easter Sunday will and D. I*. Oibson Is defendant. I have levied
-causes, they, nevertheless, are ofChe aid to have been floated in
Europe upon and will sell at publio auction in front of
the 10th of
opinion that the explosion of with the view of more extensive come on April. the legal court hours house of sale door,on, at Titusvllle, during the P.O. Bet.*

the mine undec the port side of the railroad building in the south NEW HOTEL.To MONDAY,THE 2nd DAY OF MAY,A D 1898, ESTABLISHED 1876.

hip caused the explosion of the alone, and if such Is the case, we to the hi chest and best bidder for cash, the fol

two magazines. The two explosions can look forward to an increased In connection with the building of the situated lowing: described in Brevard property county,Florida of the,to-witi defendant,

which the court finds to have era of prosperity in the near above hotel, It is stated that a movement Indian Beginning River at In a Section.post on 28 the, township west shore so,of south the I.

occurred, with a very short interval future. Is now on foot in Nassau, to have range 38 east,whence a palm 10 Inches In diam
between them, is an additional [the new hotel built, instead, on the site eter marked M T bears 48 degrees north. U

detail showing that two forces op- where now stands the old barracks, links marked distant X bears; also a north palm 14 48 Inches degrees In,diameter east 24 Commission Merchant. Fruit & Product
thb reflecting mind, death properly speaking, Fleming Square. It links distant; thenee northwesterly along the
crated in the
causing destruction. will be remembered that It was the orig river shore 640 chains to a post about ltffMt
The finding that the ship lifted on itself, in moat cases, is lesa serious inal intention of Mr. Flagler to erect a north of the wharf,from whence bears a palm 1J 07
Murray St. NEW
Inches in diameter marked B T. bearing YORK.
the first explosion indicates an external than marriage, for while death is hotel on these grounds, which cover six J3 degrees,west three links distant; antfa north palm
and of not even a blow is not even a pulsation acres, situated directly on the bay, and' li Inches In diameter market! B r, bears south S3
source, one tremendous commands a beautiful view. degrees east. 11 links distant) thenoe northwest WEEKLY MARKET REPORT
be able lift but a pause.; marriage unrolls erly along the liver shore to Blackshear and
power to to a For this site abandoned Oranges, bright box 00
,
aome reason was Kaspn's southeast corner; thence northeasterly per #3 73 to 15
the awful scroll of numberless -*
battleship of thousands of tons. and the Royal Victoria purchased at right angles to the general course of the russets 3 50 to 400

The character of the wreckage, generations, perhaps with for *30,000. New plans and specifications said channel channel of the; river thence at this southeasterly place,to the along edge the of Strawberries, refrigeratorpeVqt!J. .!.*I!" 11} *% f * 0 30 to 035
technically described in the fifth health, genius and honor, or regretedly were at once prepared, and It was edge of the channel to a point opposite the P with disease fatuity and expected that by the 1st of' May hundreds suiting; thence southwesterly at right angles Strawberries, poor to fair. .. 0 20 to 023
,
w.
part of the report, from which the of workmen would be put to work to the general course of the channel of the river Potatoes, perbbl 759
to
.,. .. 2 00
infamy. The older plant is cut at this place to the point of beginning. Beets -
court deduces that mine the hotel. Publio feeling however per crate 250
a was exploded on new Also oegl inning at a post on the west shore of 100 toa
under the ship on the portside down that the younger may have especially among business men, became the Indian River in taction 20, township 30 per 100 bunches. oo to 600

sustains the view taken by room to flourish ; a few tears fall more and more pronounced in favor In south diameter range'J marked*east,whenre B T,bears a palm 4S degrees tree 10 incrira north eLevy perdoz . . !.' > ,.. 025to 075
into the loosened soil, and buds of the site on the bay, and the orig li links distant: also a palm 14 Inches In diam Cabbages, per bbl crates ' ' J. 100 to 150
some experts shortly after the disaster inal Is under consideration. eter marked X,bears north 4S Cauliflower, 400
and blossoms project again degrees, east 24 per K-bbl basket. .. ..V 350 to
that the force of the explosion spring over it such links distant; thenre run southeasterly alonir Eggpiant perora > ; .";" 2 00 to 350
the shore of Indian River to the
was exerted from port to is death; but who can foretell the In fact, a very determined effort Is being dary of land now or formerly*northern owned by boun Lettuce, per doz ..rr'v 0 65 to 085
starboard, and the court declares life ? mada. to accomplish the change. Mr. Heckles,thence run northeasterly at right angles one Lettuce, poor to good, per doz. .' .'.' .'|J..*!.* 'f'."* I*' 0 20 to 0 40
to the of
the Tomatoes
McDonald la in Nassau, and when questioned general course channel of the Iv per carrier. to 350
123
the disaster be due to fault tWrrn dlan River at this place, to the edge of
to said
no
did not deny that, should a large channel, thence run northwesterly along Teppers, per carrier 300 to 5 00
of those on board the Maine. The the additional attraction majority of the people formally ask it, edge starting of said channel thence to a point opposite the the String beans, per wax crate! "' .i '. '.','.1!','. .I 11''.'.!V. '.'.'.' 1 60 to 250

Inability of the court to find evidence of the Bacred concerts by the Indian Mr. Flagler would yield. angle*to point the general; course southwesterly of the channel at right of

sufficient to make any person River Band, the park will undoubtedly before The matter the members was expected of the to be legislature brought the river at this place to the point of beginning.
JOSEPH P. BROWX
or persons responsible, makes become a very popular this week, when the governor, Sir Oil- mar33api29 Sheriff Brevard,Co. The ADYOCATE does neat, clean Job' Printing.













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SUPPJLF mXTr-INJ&lASf R>IVEU AQV0CATE, APRIL \ 1. 1899.



and others who did not wish to grow ELEVEN h <.NDS OF POKER. LETTERS STOPPED IN TIME.
- CHILDREN'S ID EAS. old because they would have to serve

In the army Two or three wished to They Ought to Hare Won Erery Time, People Sareil by Pmtmantera From (heKetinlt
die and have "a fine funeral One or but Itiiln't.It's f Manly Art Inn."The .
OF THEIR CURIOU3 VIEWS
SAMPLES two were more religious "1 should like the bewildering uncertainties of tears were fclrciuuiitg from her
OF LIFE .AND DEATH.gow to die kneeling before God. 1 should the great game of poker that make it so eyes like spray from tho Ycrkes fouutain

like to die and go with the Lord and popular with most Americana Systems ," said a clerk in the inquiry division

roans; MladsTake Hold on Great Mysteries the angels of paradise, with my hands and -the law of average do not seem to of the poHtofllco, laughing at tho
Bonaa Afraid to DU, Other* Without crossed on mv breast London Newa obtain as much lu the play of.this game memory of the stout. Horul woman who

Saab Faar Tha Life That Would GREAT as they do in most otb please Md th*Death They Would Choose.Ihe ON DOG SALMON. and skill This point never was mure plaintive wail: 'Stop my letter (Jive
strikingly illustrated than it was one me my letter to tho old country I'"That
Bat When It Came
Rlvlsta Italians di Filosofla oantains back OTerinatFlt.U to Tyhee Himself.the Bator. night not long ago in the short space of letter, the man went on,

an article by Dr Marpillero on Fish half an hour "was dropped somewhere within the
children* ideas of Ufa and death, describing along the catching pigs are as common The game is a regular institution on city limits and was mixed iu with noma
sound
Puget
he number waters as king one of the late suburban trains out of 3,000,001) other letters, yet she wanted
how questioned a fishers
are on an eastern trout stream New York The first stop that is made us to get it for her quick seemed to
children on these subjects atan Why, I hud old
an raznrbuck
of young hog when by this train is exactly 30 minutes after think that I would hoituoo out of my
elementary school at Kovigo and the I was out there that I'll bet could go the train leaves New York The game chair like a rubber ball out of a tennis

answers he received. We quote'some of out any day in any of the streams that always starts On time, and the cards are racket, snatch up that particular epistlo -

the kmost curious. ,In answering the rumble into Puget sonuci au t catch more gathered up and the players Jump off and come running back breath lows

question, "What is life?" the boys were 15 pound salmon in SO minutes than usually as the train begins to get headway and band it to hor Now. the facts are
much more bold than the girls. Many the best fisherman on the whole Jersey after the first stop that the government does uot permit

children, boys, defined life as "a spirit coast 1 owned can kill blnefish in a whole day This explanation is ueoessary to fully the stopping of a letter that has left the
quite a unmoor of sawmills appreciate the array of bauds that makes writer's bands unless it is important
that runs away as soon as we die. A on the sound, and
although there were the real point of this story One player that it should be done. It makes an
boy of 9 years philosophically observed, a good many crack razorback fish catch
with a good memory held in the 80 enormous amount of extra work. Hero
"Life is, a sea of troubles, which one era there 1 stood ready any time to buck minutes' play the following hands, with is a blank that must be filled out, stating
may cross well or with great unhappicess. mine with my last mill against any these results the box in whuh the letter was
A. boy of 10 said. "Life is a other one, bar none, that could be
Four aces won, of courso. dropped, the time, the address and the
thing which isnever, extinguished; brought on That hog as a fisherman Five full on aoes beaten. reason why the request for the recovery
another, "Life is a good work to eat was simply a wonder, and he never One flush beaten. is made That reason sometimes discloses INDIAN RIYER ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE,

well;',' another, /'Life is an Invisible caught anything but salmon They were One straight beaten. some very interesting ami romuutio -

thing.-wbioh vanishes when it likes and salmon that probably you and 1 would, Three aoes beaten. facta; butof course, mot>t of the
never returns.," A little girl of 10 said."Our not care to eat, for they were a trifle letters for the business
Four sets of aces all beaten. are stopped Satisfaction
up all kinds Guarantee
We do Job of and
fluid. A small of Printing
life is a girl weak and slightly under the weather- Three sevens beaten. houses about town When wo asked the ,
poor condition, aged 8. said. "Life isparadise. maybe the hookbill, but more than likely Queens up won. red faced Ntobo what her reason was,
A very general answer was, the dog salmon. And hogs are not Jacks up won. she boohooed. Me an uiy man had as to Prices and Quality of Work,
"Lite la beautiful,!' or the opposite, the only four footed fishers tor these out Tens up won. some troubles, an 1 wrote to my fader

''Life, is ugly, "and most of the children there either, not by a big sight 1 have Nines up on fours beaten.In t for moneys to go homo, but my man
who thought, life the last were of seen, within a distance of less than a this really remarkable collection an me have made up, an 1 would not

well to dofamilies. To the question, mile, along one of those Puget sound of 11 bands only 4 of them were winners have that letter go for n> t'ouxand dollar. MAKING READY FOR A RUN
"What is death?" many replied negatively streams, half a dozen bears, a family or and yet the man who held them We got that letter for her GRANNY'S "YARB3."

especially, the girls. Very few two of wildcats, a whole colony of raccoons says that he came out even. He got "There was another, it young woman A LocomotlT* | Alnaoat aa Carefully
and these only boys, poted the phenomenon not a few wolves, besides a dozen scared on bis five full and on bis flush who rushed in here duriug the opera ( roomed aa a ttaee florae."Huiinuig Bha Thou iIomhI nava tha him lioy rntmp with cnlonmU tea.Ami .

of death, and one gave as answer or more razorback hogs, to say nothing and Just called. He lost considerable on season, and when she hud caught a little the Font Express' Is the yot Itu iltiln't fuel quite welt
"Death is a pore spirit The blood dries of a score or so of eagles, all engaged in his three aoes, but he won more on his breath she said she wanted u letter she title ot au Article by George r-thelbert Ma liuil th* grip, you suaWirt

up, one neither moy es nor feels. the sport of Ashing for dog Balmon.But. queens up that he held only once than had addressed to Peoria, UN There Walsh in Ht Nicholas Air Walsh aays K v 111 in tunny, Imntwrt, squills.UuIiImmI .
Another boy of a/ year* gave an answer speaking of that particular razorback he did on his four aoes ills jacks up were some (A opera tickets in it that she The engineer oomes down to his post tallow un Ills tilieatAmi
bordering on popular superstition."Death salmon catcher of mine, he got so netted him- more than any other hand, wanted to use that night Shu had had of duty nearly au hour before his tram fixt him lots of bluu ninsa pllla,
la a thing (hat. when 1 die, at landing dog salmon and hook her and Whloh qulokly cllil tho rust
expert for he had thein pat and played them soon a letter written to family is scheduled to leave All uight loug intbe
pulls my.feet.." Another boy of 8 had a bills and humpies and similar kinds the opening of a fat jack pot thinking there might bu a postscript toadd. roundhouse tho tiiigiuo has boou By this time John ixmlil uot gat up,
tinge of medical knowledge and replied, that he got the big head and thought The five full was beaten by a ten full had not smiled it She bought hor carefully watched, a wiper bus spent Ami aa ha lay In h tBha
"Death when more than 43 he'd bis hand rather his suout.on left ilnimihml him from a <|lunula eup
is one has try or and the flush was beaten by a queen seats to 'Tannhnuxer' and the window the whole niglit rubbing dowu.the panting Till be wm nuurly cloud
degrees of fever Another said, "DeathIs a run of fresh tyheep or cbinooks full. None of the other men in the game with her purse, her letter and her snorting iron horse until every rod
a thing that pne never sees again, These are the boBssalmou, and the nice, thought that his bund was especially tickets in her hand The open envelop and cylinder shines like gold or silver, And wh n nt Inst tho iloc-tor oamaAnil

never again. To tb Question. "Are you yellow, savory chaps you get in the cans strong or weak, and it would be expected was so inviting a place for tho tickets the bauked tire lias been kept going so folks anul futohml, 'Twaa pour Johnny,round all the Samel
afraid of dying?" 8( children, all boys they ship from out there. When be is naturally that the array of hands that she thought she would carry them that a little steam ha* been always in Kept him above ttie Hruuny ground." 1M"THANK
gave no reply; 63, of whom 7 were girls, feeling good, and that is pretty much given above would quit the game considerably there, but just as soon as she saw a letter the boxes, and before be left at uight J. L lleaton In "gulltlng Baa."
replied negatively,' ,all (be others that all the time, you might as well take a to the good It one did not box it wus liko u rod rug to a bull the fireman pnt everything in perfect
is. a large majority said, "Yes* A fall out of your sawmill as fool with atyhea know that most of them were beaten. Hue sealed the envelope and posted it order inside the cab The tiremuu appears YOU."' '
little girl pf 10 of well to do parents He doesn t thtuk a thing of New York Press.FAMILY. tickets and all, and it was hours before first iu the morning and inspects
gave the answer, "1 m Dpat all afraid weighing 60 pounds, and be travels in she remembered whut she had done and th work of the round bouse men, and It Is the Small Oonrtealea That Malta Lite
of dying because 1 am tired of living processions so big that along in June, DISPUTES. then came down to us fur help We got if any part in not satisfactory he mokesit Worth Living."On .
All the orphans replied in the following when he is going up the streams to the her tickets too so. The engineer makes his inspection every band one bears of the neglect
sense. "1 am not afraid of dying because spawning beds, you can almost walk Dow They Were Ohm Settled by Fair "Young women who have 'reoonsid* after the fireuuiu and thoroughly ami to say 'Thank you, writes Edward
1 want to see my parents again. A little across a stream on the bucks right In Court.In ered' a proposal or who ru'grot a hasty carefully examines every part All the W* Uok on "The Haying of 'Thank
girl of tt said. "I am not afraid of That hog of mine got it into bis bead some parts of derm any. when the note;' like the men, blushiugly confide boariugs are thou oiled, and tbe oil cups You, in'The Ludios llonio Journal."I .
dying because it is a thing sent byOott" that he was cut out for better things relations of husband and wife become their troubles to us. and we have prevented are tilled with oil Next the engine is wonder sometimes'if' some people
A boy of 131 replied. "I am not than yanking weak and tired dog salmon strained, so to speak in other words, more than one broken heart run out of the roundhouse) and tested really know bow little of what conies,
afraid of dying because > 1 am healthy ont of water and that tyhee were when each returning day gives birth to "Sometimes the letters havo loft onr Fifteen in mates before the time to start to them Is their due aud right and how
and nave no disease. Another, "1 am about bis sue. 1 saw bim making his new squabbles and the man's hand isas hands and we have to telegraph to catch the engine m coupled to tbe tram and much of what comes to them Is by favor -

not afraid because 1 am strong and way one day very leisurely to a stream ready as tne woman's _tougue the them, which is done at the person's expense -' tho steam and airbrakes are tested.No and courtesy The vast majority of
healthy" A little girl 6f 11 said, "1 that ran toward the sound just back ofmy couple were brought before the magistrate We buve more than once cabled race borsu was ever brought to bis things wlhcli come to us oouie by pure
fear death because it might come at mill, and 1 thought it was a little who, after listening to recriminations to Berlin and St Petersburg to head off post better Uttotl for ruuuing the course favor, by courtesy And we should recognize
night and puI| my feet. Another little queer, for there wasu t much in his foraging ordered them to prepare for the a billet donx or some request from an than is the locomotive ot tbe fast us this No act of kindness, how*
girl said, "1 am afraid of death because line in that direction 1 was busy ordeal by battle The man was placed impatient and petulant sou for a chock.A press lu uiiiiition to the teats already ever slight, should go unnoticed. A'Thunk
it seems tbAt it is my mother who isdead. though, and paid no attention to t) e In a cask, which was then nearly filled scion of a noble Ournuin house cumein made, a uiecbiuuo goes from wheel to you' is u simple thing to say It
A girl of 11, who had evidently matter A minute or two later 1 heard with sand, so that he was covered up to here to implore us to prevent the delivery wheel, and upon every one strikes a requires but a fow moments to write It,
been told some ghastly stories, replied, the hog give a load squeal of distress, the waist. In some towns a pit was of a dumuiid for money, written, sharp, rusouudiug blow to ascertain if but it often means much It moans everything
"1 am afraid of death because it i* sovjgly. and. looking in that direction, 1 saw kept handy for the purpose-Just as the 1 fancy, in a tone that, in the light Of the wheel ami axle are sound Nuts and sometime* to tbe ) ersou receiving ,* >
and one day Bernard went to bury him in the water straggling to getaway ducking stool was kept on Bunkside, opposite recent remittances, would endanger his bolts are exitmiuud The engineer and it It menus A reuewou faith Inhuman
a dead person, and it got hold of Bernard from something that bad hold ofhim. St Paul'a When be was thus Inheritance There is Homo mighty interesting fireman are held responsible for the per nature lu some cases. A word

and gave hun a kiss. ", 1 ran to give him some help and half buried, the man received a short reading among the blanks requesting feot condition of the engine aud curs before of thabks is never lost, never wasted.If .
Another, boy,of 8 said. "1 am afraid got there just in time to see the rtuot stick for bis right band, while bis left letters stopped, all of which the start Is made It sometimes seems to* be lost upon
of dying because i could hot play with back jerked bend first under the water hand was tied up across his chest He are sent on to Washington. Chicago tho person' to whom it is directed. Its
my sister any more. Another well todo and disappear beneath the surface like a was thus one armed and could only deliver Inter Ocean.Tho. A Lon expression has uot been lost upon some I iVi" j

boy sAld.""l am afraid pf dying because astone. his blows if his opponent came Wlllistoii Palmer la the name of oue else who has hoard It It is certain* 1 v t' <
when one is dead one cannot ,seethe dead tyhee, maybe a 80 pounder near enough Chaofflfie; Loaree.It white man sgJttiiMt whom there are sentonces ly not lost upon ourselves Thembatofus .' fflf r '
men gathering the harvest of grapes lay half on the shore and half lu the The lady put on a linen garment, the Is pne of tho marvels of trees that of Slow yeurs In the Georgia pent are quick enough to thank some One
and so many nice things. A little boy water Marks on it showed that the right sleeve of which was lengthened.In every species bears its own mark in tentiury Palmer was originally sent up who does us great service Hat the
of Q answered, "J. fear death because 1 hog must have captured it But tyheesweren't the end was tied up a stone The every part root and branch, bark and for 11 years from south tleorgia tor burglary small courtesy, just as great as the
hall riot be born'another time after. *' invalid dog salmon, and a con sleeve projected about 13 ttichos beyond leaf, as well an fruit. A wise elder told Shortly afterward while working largo service in reality, we overlook. IIdoesn't '
The majority of answers to the question. pie of the captured flab s traveling companions her hand. She bad thus formidable us the other day the species of oak from in the mines of Uiwle county he attempted seem worth while to give thanks

., "Pa yon want to grow Old*." were in my opinion, had rushed to weapon, but in order to use it she bad which au acorn came by the fine tracery with other convicts, to escape, for small things. ,Aud yot what would
in the negative, a well to do little boy its assistance. Aid was too late and to get close to the enemy Now observe on the acorn's cup Such a riot of colors and in the nieluvtbat followed he killed we bo today and where would sum* ofus
of l feara answered, "1 should not like vengeance took its place The avenging the situation and the chances, if she and tints there is in the falling two of tbe guards) He was tried sometime bo but for Uie small courtesies oflife
to grow old because I should have no tyhees bad just reached out and taken suooeoded in bringing the stone down leaves that one might think the colors ago for the killing of the first / They aro what make life worth '

strength to work ana1 might die of hunA Mr Razorback by the neck, and, in upon her husband's head, she might are accidental, but tho keynote of color guard and got UU years He was then living
spite of his resistance, had lugged him knock him senseless; she might even is constant in any species, with only exceptional put on trial ror tbe killing of the other "It is all very well to have the last

little girl of.9 said. "No, because I in and drowned him., He floated' down brain him, but in order to do so she variations. man and got Vt) years more. KxcbaugeComparative. Thursday of each No vein tier set apart
should have to work hard, for my children half an hour or so later and waa a little would expose herself to the full blow of The mistress of a mnnso in tho Virginia as a day of Thanksgiving, but it would
to feed and clothe them. Many the worst looking pig 1 have ever *eenIf his stick. The battle might, in fact, be valley ouoo went into the woods bo fur better if a great many of us oaf*
girls feared to become ugly saying, be had been butchered, scalded, settled by a single asuanlt But mark and selected her young trees by their A. My wife says she saw tbe lights rlod the 'spirit of tbe day luto all tbe
"No, because i should be without scraped and half dressed, he coaldn t the craftiness of man. It was better to colors, and those colors they still wave all burning in your bouaw as sue cum* other days. Perhaps If we did so we
teeth jnd. "No, because X should bePgly. have looked more torn up He was the make a woman ridiculous than to knock in each returning fall. The birches area borne from tbe ball at U o clock in tbe might buve more mercies to be thank*
,", stooping .A little only razorback 1 ever knew or heard of her silly The husband, therefore, if he golden yellow, while the oaks vary morning tibe thought it a little strange ful for on Thanksgiving day Do not I
,or.
girl .said- or she gray would like to grow old that tried to flsh for tyhees. 1 was sorry was a philosopher, did not try to hit through yellow orange to a reddish B A little stranger It was a llttlsstranger. let the spirit of thanks stop with night* i

and have grandchildren. A boy said, to lose him, for 1 was counting on bis wife; be warded her blows with his brown. The red maple sheds at the last London Tit-Bits. fall on Thanksgiving day Let ua ea < *'!,
"Yes that 1 might to, paradise.." making a good deal of money on bim. stick.He tried to catoh the sleeve upon a dark red leaf and the tulip tree a light tend It to all tbe other days of the year.to .
so go "Yas, because backing him in his line against all comers his stick; then the stone flew round and yellow The hawthorn and the poison The one who will be found In trial the people whose lives touch oura
Another of
1 should have 10 years'said.finished almost all mywishes. but his ambition was fatal to all round and the lady was caught Bbe oak are violet, while the sumac And the capable of great acts of lovr is ever the When we receive a favor at the hands j jof

When asked ''How would my hopes. New York Sun could not move, and the victorious bos- wild vines take on a flaming sc-urlot oue who is doiiiK considerable small any one, no matter how small it may I Ibe
,
the children band dragged her unwilling bead first Soil will make mime variations, and a ones. F W Koburtaou. let us say tho words, 'Tllunk yon.'
you like to live? most of Blob Mao, Poor Man.A into his cask. Loudon Queen.A dry season will almost tidte the color If they should be written, let us write. ,
modest and did not give way
were very short time ago a man who had seen and beauty altogether away. Richmond The tailors in Paris mk clothes "a1'Anglaia them. Let us not delay them, but taka j
Many poor children "on looking gentlemen at a well known amusing story is told of the crown the Loudon tailors "a la Fraucaise' tin Is touched. Let there be more 'Thankyous'
and breaa, :
might" live "on broth" said. "I don't hotel, asking for a meal Each one repulsed princess of Italy, who excited so much An Artlat's Blip. French fasts luu). said by everybody thousands of )
rice, "on polenta, or A him, until Anally a reporter, Interest during her recent visit to Lon Half a century ago. says a London them. And the world will be a better
and
hunger.
want to suffer oold "I should like who had Just been paid off. invited don. The Montenegrin royal family is paper,, the late Sir John Gilbert was brighter and happier place to lite in "j
child of ..a boy.father said, and mother." him to have a snack with bim It was one of the oldest in Europe, but also one commissioned to illustrate a short story till of Pepparmlat. because of them. !

to live with my of 10 said. "1 should a good snack, too, and it took all the reporter's of the poorest, and the court Is not large for a London weekly When be bad finished The'oil or peppermint Is widely used
Another poor boy but be said it was a When Princess Heleue arrived in Home, editor remarked.'Why well known A Spliler Story. j AIn
home, because money the work, the in the ettst and is becoming
like to live content In my" own Another poor satisfaction to bim to know that the a distinguished lady in waiting tried to Mr Gilbert, the story says au In this country for external application one of tbe splendid ronroa of tbe

then 1 am happy."I should like tohaye poor man had one square meal at last patronize her, but the crown princess escort of infantry soldiers, and here ou in cases of neuralgia or of rheumatism palace of Potsdatu oue of the decorations
orphan bqy of 10 said. reminded me of the neb effectually put a stop to this at once is tbe figure of 'a targe *
live and and be The incident the block you bave given us mounted Internally greatly dilated. It Is of spider, s
(enough to on go the man to work "Your royal highness moat find the wrought in gold According to the Porv .
told
mother man who poor ones. "Dear me, so 1 have, responded value lu"gastric disorders or for a ooldor *
with my father and specially my He said be oouldn t get work, but still court life a great change The etiquette the artist "but 1 baven t time to do cough The orientals likewise employ land Oregon lau a tradition as pictur-t
of whom 1 am always thinking live in a the rich man said. You must work and stiffness roust be very novel to your another drawing now Can t you make tbe pungent oil as au antiseptic esque and iuten Very few expressed a wish to but boy Some time after the rich man fell into royal highness, was the remark made, an alteration in the story to make it fit for wounds or barns For tbe latter accident David of Israel and Kobert Urnoe attacbes V
class superior to their own, t called to the poor man to but the prtnoesa replied, with sang froid, to this of work It
without the water and in? The "copy" was banded to a subordinate it would seem the harshest of piece commemorates
of 7 said.I should like to live said the "On the contrary, 1 think it is wonderful '
poor incident tbe life of
'iswini. an in
Another rescue him. to wake the requisite alteration remedies, aud yet is no more so than
working and be a gentleman. swim, said the neb how well things are done at court Frederick William the grundnncle of
t
should like to man. "But 1 can but that gentleman forgot to delete ammonia, which baa a most magical
of S years replied. 1 and man. 'Well, said the poor man, "you here considering it is so very 'new the chapter"describing bow tbe soldiers effect If touched lightly to the seared the preaeiil emperor of Ueruiauy Aa
hat go '
and have a
live well dressed
"* of 9 said. must swim. When a man asks alms Exchange. had gained the summit of a steep skin. attempt bad been made to poiaou him
out walking. A little girl and It is always well to consider that soms mountain, ports of which they were lu a cup of chocolate Uy ebuuee a spider
** lady
like a
1 should like to live be reversed, and Horses fell into the aud tot ibis reason
the situation may j obliged to scale with ladders Ttaa Syaehronoffraph. cup.
To day
never work and always be served.like todier then the man who can t swim must For most aches of the head the hot could not bave been got there unless by Experiments with tbe synchrono- the beverage was giveu to a dog. who. f f"how
the "How would yon water bag is a good friend, but when
question, Traveler Immediately taking it, died Tbeuok
alluded to drown. Boston the asstttauce of a crane Afterward graph, recently ooudacted in England upon
frequentlr the face has the flush and the show
the answers should eyes shoals of letters from subscribers wished by tbe inventors of ttte system, MessrsHqulres was afterjwurd ban ed. and th*
Ufa A of said. 1 obliged to getup peculiar look which tell of a
who a congestive
family boy are
men the POUdaiii
.Married to know bow tbe cavalry got there. and Orehore, are reported as golden spider lu pulaoeUn* {
like to die in bed with .my mother.Una in the middle of the night with the headache then beat in that neighborhood successful. In test made over a mortal)*** tne Incident M
a
of 10 answered. "1 should like to should study the value of the bicycle Is insupportable Instead of very
baby ,A More latereetlae; Subject."I've line from lorn Ion to Aberdeen and return
die at 83 years, with my parents by myside. as a means of indoor travel.Boxbury this apply cold. If you have no ice bag. Th* Only Thlaa to Say."There .
..** One boy of 11 would like to die Oaaetto. fill your hot water bag pretty full of ice never heard Mrs. lillbbers talk by underground cables messages said tbe lady petering totbe
much about her husband. 1 wonder were sent at the rate of 4,800 words per tu
"with the tope of finding my parents water, put in pieces of ice as large as submarine wood pile, doe* tkuit rUjJ
In another test
minute. a
and brothers and sistera" AboyoflSsaid. All birds when perched on trees or will pass th* mouth and lay this at the why it Is. yonr*
"1 should like to die all alone, boshes serve as weathercocks, as they back of the patient's neck Applied to "Probably because she has so many" cable 180 knots long was employed. "Madam, responded Mr Perry Patenia
leaving no brother or any one else onearth. invariably arrange themselves with the armpits and wrists. Ice often affords interesting things to say about her dog. Messages were transmitted in this case "I never saw the Ilka Indiau-
Cleveland Leader at the rate *>t 1,31V ) words per minute. '
small boys wind. relief to the sufferer. Journal" '
There were some tn lr beads to the great polls *
Who wished to die on the field of battle,



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Professional Cards.ASCI SEWARD'S BIG BARGAIN.7tli THINGS HAVR CHANGED. One Man Can Ron This Steamboat HODGES & GODFREY,


Kuala Mad* thai Mistake of the Century Time Works Wonders, an of
UKOftOB M. ROBbM*. WALTBtt S.OM14N.TJOBBINS c
When 8be Hold Alaska.
A GRAHAM Tills Fact Is ClearlyDemonstrated.

Thirty persuaded years ago Commissioner the government PaulasHersen of .2& 03o Yellow Pine Lumber

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
the ccar to sell all RuNHian America for few years airo Er uD COL. # ,
Officii Hourh: From 10 to 12 a. rn., Vincent came to ilorliut iioumi miRSRRii,
$7,200,000, or a little 1*>hh thun 2 cents and hrwiii practice byuilvertiniiiic. o
and 2 to 4 p. m.Tituhviiak In lux* than L.to Orange Hoi llenila, i

Brevard Co., Florida.p. an acre. lie had counted along Kolzebnn a wwk he wim the moat t5a //Fruit & Vegetable Crate

.o. lto io sound in 18(13( and after taking a farewell "talked ulxilit" man In too *.
the H ate. ItiVftlilnnawereuMkmi Lumber delivered at any part of Indian
River
Will practice In all the oourta atate and f. l peep at bt Michael's inlet und the hy tliclr patient a> on through bill of lading. Anyone rontemiilatl
eral.itpeclal. *what they thought u lugbulldiniron tlio hast Coast, would
mouth of the Yukon did not hesitate to o do well to
faoilitlea for examining and perfootInic -
alxmc thin Dr. Vincent. write for prices. The Sawmill Is situated on th
land title*. report that the value of that polar district ('Ilnjrlnir to tho teachingof a 5"OQ J.,T.& K. W.Jty., 9 miles south of 1'alatku.SatsumaldKlits >
of its nuel its a decade ago, and c
consulted chiefly ocas
the Putnam
looking iiH| >n newcomer c co.Pia.
TViTINOK 8. JONES, swamp pines, both of which the Yankee a*a sort of an Interloper
,their reply was l
trespassers would be sure to exhaust "He
alwathe ramei NATIONAL .-
within the next 20 years. Within a lit an advertiser,and yon
ATTORNEY-A T-LA W.TITUSVILLE can't expect lilin to 1m iuhc h on tiiut aonomit."
the of the transfer
week folly was consummated
How wonderfully things have chanced In a few Home-Seekers
BREVARD CO., FLA, Four-fifths of the territory nhort moiitlm. To-dny there In not an honeHt MACIIINKItV IIANItLKS FKOM 1'II.OT HOl'NK.
has never yet been surveyed, but the practitioner In the citv lint who will rav thntDr. i Tills steainlHiat Is 87-ft. long,llft.. boani, 2-rt. depth of hold' draws la Inches of water, and
V lucent hua certainly cured many of the will run eight miles an hour, lias cabin HX14 feot. with 64-ft.! liead-rooin. Two folding beds ami REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.ii
County Judge of Brevard County. explored portions of the humid coast worm kind*or chronic caM>a, Hut It Is riot the galley,6xS-ft. Can accommodate six or eight persons easily. Hums either wood or coal, suitable .
lands are known to contain larger and phynlciana who are aii|>|>oae<1 to know of all for pleasure puri>oae or light freight or nslilng business. We will duplicate for $1,200, or
these cure*, do where you will throughout the will alter to suit conditions,at prices from sihhi.imi to Sljioo.MKItltlLLSTKVKNS .
more valuable fortwts tlian Maine and city or Htiito and you will lieur of theite caaea.At .
OAULDEX Dr. Vincent doe not claim toIte KNGINEKKINO CO., Exchanging Property for
Michigan tuken together. the Hume tlmo, Property aSpecialty.
D.L. Infallible. Ileaoiiieilniea faila, hut when he 138 St 140 East Hay St.,.lacksoovill*. Fin. Engineers, Contractors, Etc Send
.
ATTORNE Y-AT-L A W The fur yield of Alaska has slightly doe*, the chancea are that there la no hope for I Description of what
increased on terru llnna, bnt the value the cuse, no matter where he goes. In all caaeaheaaka you have, and what you want.MALABAR .
hut a fair and Impartial trial. That Isall.
Will practice In all the Court* of tlis State of the fisheries hus doubled thrice siuco .
of Florida,and the United State*Courts.P. 1887 and has now reached an average Bl'KCIALTIKSl Indian River, FLORIDA.C. .

.O.Box,238. TITUS VILI.K, FLA. of 40,000,000 cans a year for salmon CATARRH and all CHRONIC DISEABKB of C. CARROLL,
Money to Loan. II the Kve, Jhur, Mime,Throat, Lung*, Heart, Htoinach -
alono, besides thousands of barrels of ,Liver, llowela. Kidney*, llladclcr. Nerves, Real Estate Agent.
herring and about 10,000,000 pounds ofcod. Skin and lllood Chronic Ulcers (old wore leg), HOMESEEKERS
Cancor, Kiipttiro, Htrlcture, Varicocele, Hydro
Every man, woman and child cele anil I'lli'M guaranteed cured without using
M.GOLDSMITn forming the population of this planet the knife. KhauinatiHin, disease* pecullur towiuuen Choice . .
and I'rlvate IdKease* of both sexes, are
could consume a barrel of AlaHkasulmon given Hpeciat attention.No Wines, Liquors

ATTORNEY-AT-LA W, every month in the year for the next charge for consultation. Fees always reasonable. Who arc Seeking a Home in the
. and
treaiis tTicclal| rate* for ui II treatment.UK. Cigars,
100 generations without affecting the
W. T. 8. VINCENT, Bpeilalist.Moliawk .
Titusvllle, Florida. extent of the yearly arriving shoals to .Guaranteed Pure.
Hloi k cor. Hay Market'Streets,
,
tC
B8 any perceptible degree.Coul Jatksonvllle, rlorlila. Soutli Should send to tho undersigned Sold at reduced

ofaize in six varieties, including lignite Hour*t 9 to I'i a. m.| 2 to 4 & 7 to 8 p. in.Hiiiulitya prices

G.CARYKLWES, but also the valuable bitumen .1.SI to A p. in.only.

dow NOTARY TUBLIC, known us caunel Coal, has been discovered for a copy of the Imported Tokay 'Wine,

at half a hundred different points What do need In the of from
* STATE AT LARGE. you way Italy.B. .
3 of the great northland and may yet exclude envelopes, nolo and letter heads, bill
gardi Typewriting, taxea paid for nonresidents eastern imports from the Puciilomurkets heads statements cards etc ? John
rents and account* collected, tags, Florida East Coast Homeseeker.We Togni,
,
solicited.Tltuavllle as far south as Los Angelea We shall tie glad to have a isli.ire of your .
etc. etc.
front Correspondence Floilda.R And to all that luck has now added a work. Wo have a first-class lob depaitment Metropolitan.Saloon, 123 East Bay St..

evldthof treasure trove of precious metals, though connected with the Advocatk, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
and all we rode Is a tint re of your woik.
it would be a mistake to that
Her suppose have Umls for Fruit Orowlnp Trucking Tobacco Growing and foi Wholesale and Retail/.....
;, ,
WEBB, the discovery of placer mines dates from
was Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest In the United States.
the west Klondike bonanza. .
erne Everybody Saya So.Caacurets The Largest and Most Complete
A TTORNE Y-AT-L A W The Muscovite monarchy, it is true, Catxlv Cutliurtic, the most won Apply to '
Establishment South.Oruiifro
pari"do Will practice In the Court* of the is so largo, so unreasonably and unconscionably del ful inudluul dlHcmerv of the aire, pleasant .

Circuit. that the and rerr.-Mlnng to the taste, act gently JAS. E. INGRAHAM Land Commissioner
aol overgrown czars ami positively on kidneys, liver and bowels, ,
woilor Melbourne, Florida.I. could sell nine other provinces the size cleansing the entire system, dispel colds, FLORIDA EAST COAST K'Y
of Alaska and still have a comfortable cure lieiulaolio, lever, habitual imistlpatlon ,

remnant of real estate, but it might be and biliousness. Please) buy (mil try a box
totand of (J. (J. (J. to-du.v; 10, *. Ml cent*. Hold ami ST. AUGUSTINE, FI A.
I.O.. FRIES, C. E. questioned if that special czar did not guaranteed to cure by all druggists.

almost give away the most valuable
liar
COUNTY SURVEYOR. tenth of his world empire. For the

Colgro southernmost COO miles the climate of Grove and JtCKiilence
Land and Hub-divided.
car legally surveyed Alaska is milder than that of European for Sale.A .

Evinnt Mapping neatly done. Ehtl mates for Russia. Sitka thermometers rarely register

all kinds of engineering works. Disputed S degrees below zero; those of fine grove and garden property of

Odessa sink to IS not to mention Moscow 12 acres, fronting on the Indian River

cat lines a specialty.Titusville and St. Petersburg, where old settlers anil extending back to the county road
whwoi at Sharpes about 14 miles south ofTltuavllle MANIER & LANE MUSIC CO.ConoYer

Brevard Co., Floiiida.CTEPIIEN consolidates do not begin their beards to growl and till their the frost bed known an the Brock place; .

i A00 beaiing trees; good house, 'fourrooma
pliTh posts. The truth seems to be that Major and kitchen; servants' house anil

E. FOSTER, Hersen did really not suspect the extent packing house. 1'iice, $1,500.00. MANUFACTUUEUS OF

a of the Alaska forests and judged the Apply to

Miw ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, value of the mines from his experience RoniUNS A Oraham, Doors Sash Blinds
n in Siberia where the for Fischer Frankiln ,
gold bearing rocks Attya. owners, Kingsbury
Rooms 420 A 423, Gardner Building, can be worked profitably only with the Titusville, Fla.Don't Moulding & Bnilding Material

Jacksonville, Florida.Wm. cheapest kind of convict labor. ,

Secretary Seward, on the othor hand, Tobscro Spit sml Rinoka iourl.lfo Amy.To PIANOS Office A Warerooms, King, opposite
mado a ehrowd at the real value
guess Cannon Street.Charleston .
quit toluuioo eiutlly und foi ever, ba magnetic
Scott. Gordon R. Uhoomr.CCOTT .
of the coveted peninsula. There is an full of llle, norve and vliior, tulie NoToBito -

A BROOME, Immortal story about a sportsman wbobod ,ttiu wonder-worker, that tnalios weak men S. C.

abducted" wife of a "Pike,"an Strong. All dniwrlHtssoaortl. Cureguorantoed. GEIICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS
Ilooltlet end sitmnle free. Address
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, unkempt squatter of Pike county, Mo., Sterling ltemedy Cot Chlosgo or New Yoilt Sash Weights Cord and

(over Bank) and, being overtaken by the exasperated ,

raralist, tried in vain to excuse his escapade Lowest Prices ; Easy Terms. Hardware.
Miami, Florida.EORQE .
on a plea of intoxioution. "We

have to settle this matter with lead, Shaving Parlor.. Write for Catalogues.MANIER. Window and Fancy Glass

/-* W. ALLEN,. ilr, said the Pike, cocking bis revolver. A SPECIALTY.YEARS.
"Can't we settle it with silver?"
A LANE MUSIC COMPANY
akod the kidnaper, exhibiting a good ,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, sized pocketbook. "Just name your own 24 East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. -

Key West, Florida. terms, sir, '' he added when he noticed EXPERIENCE

Will that tho avenger had reduced his menace
practice in the United States
and State Courts. 0Jun9oD to a half cock. "Well, stranger, "

said the Pike iu a voice still husky with

excitement, "how would 70 cents strike

P. H. nOUGHTON, you?"

Our Yankee commissioners must have Southern Tradc Marks

remembered that anecdote when they Designscopvriqhts

DENTIST. received tho first reply to their hypothetlcul -, ac

inquiry, "In ciimj we have been Anyone aendtng a sketch and dMoiptlon may
wbatb.r
Railway. quickly aacertaln our opinion fra. anInr.ntlon
Daytona, Florida.J3 rightly informed that tho government atrlotly la oonddenttal.probably patentable Handbook). Comninnlcatlimg on Patent,-

of his czarish majesty finds tho expense aent free. Oldest aaenoy for eeourtnaj>atenta.Fatenla .
taken through Munn & Co. reoelTawpfdai
of maintaining that distant possession notice, without cnanyO, in tho

ALPH E. SMITH, M. D. to exceed the revenue, for what amount

in cash would they consent to dispose HOST rXOELJ.ENT SERVICE EVER OFFERED OUT OF FLORIDA. Scientific American.A .

of it altogether?" Thero had already handsomely Wufitrfttod weeklrIi T # t clrculntlon -
PHYSICIAN'AND of nolenttflo Journal. Terms.$a a
SURGEqN. H. S. MEADOR any
/ been conferences about fishery privileges. NORTH EAST WEST.THKOTJQH your t four montba.$1. Soltt by ll now d alera.MUNN .
.
Specialist la Genital, Urinary an Rectal "Not for less than 10,000,000 or Washington Avenue, & Co.'B '-- New fork

13,000,000 rubles" about$8,000,000 TITUSVILLE Branch Office, ((125 F Bt,Waahlnvton.V.C.CAJ&L .
Diseases.Sanfobd FLORIpA. PULLMAN DRAWING
ROOM
OARS, DINXNQ OARS
was the astonishing reply.If ,

Florida, it is true that eastern Alaska also THOROUGHFARE COACHES, VESTIBULE TRAINS. \\AAj

abounds in silver and petroleum, the
< TAMPSTWHYN0T ,
Russians must admit that the blunder NEW YORK AND FLORIDA LiniTED." HAVE YOU
We Would esteem the favor if our
By WORK DONE BY QUIC"CHEAPANQARELIAB
.leaders, when writing or calling upon of our Tennessee shotgun negotiator baa Solid t nln of Vmllbtiled Pullman Draw lug Boom Compartment. Observation nd
been considerably eclipsed."What Dtuiuu t ara Uilw a St. AngUMlln.aud Ki-w Vol It without Changs"WASHINGTON
our advertisers to purchase merchandise,
.
PAI P FIRM, STEEL DIES.W.CnLd
etc, would mention the Advocate. have we done? says a correspondent AND SOUTHWESTERN LiniTED." SEALS.BRASS CHECKS
of the Moscow Gazette in Thrmi-h Vmtlbulad Drawlnit-Room Slreplng Cat
commenting a betweea Tampa and Naw
upoifthe rut Ja, UsoiitIII.. Savannah and (JolnmUla, without change xorK, K&Vy TYPEWRITERS SUPPLIES
news front tho placer
WANTED AGENTS."The .
mines. "Wehave thrown away a country "UNITED STATES FAST MAIL." BIGGEST PLAN!

which, acre for acre, is worth more COTTON Pullmau Drawing-Room Buffat Slmp'ioc Car. batwasn Jacltaoovill. and Niw t.rk. IN THE SOUTH
Confederate Soldier In the Civil ,
War," contains 500 pages 12x1(1 Inches, than the Caucasus. St. Louis GlobeDemocrat. Embracing Lynch bury;. Charlottesville;

and over 1,100 large battle scenes, portraits SOFT SEINE TWINES.A Washinston, Baltimore and Philadelphia.

maps, etc. The greatest and largest CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA "
The IHamnnd Jubilee at Telegraphy.Ic STURGEON TWINE. LIMITED.
PERFECT WEAK VIGOROUS.t
MEN MADE .
War Book ever published, and the
Solid V train of Pullinaa Drawioltoom
is curious that this BHltl.ulpd
only one that does justice to the Confederate present year CABLE CORDS ano MACRAMC.E. !.... >,.. runaln, Ihrou.h w.thout. oh.ng.Mlrapina b.rw.-n r J.cklSuv"..2i5ICUolitAUo
soldier and the cause he fought should record the diamond jubilee of

for. Agents wanted everywhere to sell telegraphy and at tha some time bring EMORY JOHNSON, ow... o.sc mm.M00DUS .
Through Pullman
this book on our new and easy. plan. into prominent notion the possibilities CONN. Sleeping Cars to

Many of the lady and gentlemen agents of wireless telegraphy. On June 10, Cincinnati, via Columbia and Asheville. Through tha"LAND

who are at work are making from $*>0 to 1837. Cooke and Whoatstone'a first patent o r. lo OWWW /
OF "
THE
$200 per month. Veterans, sons and for electric telegraphs wa signed THEFISHING SKY. Did
of Veterans and others Interested Through lap.ra to Maoou, Atlanta PEFFER'S NERVIGOR
daughters by William IV. The Pall Mall Gazette Birmingham. U.iaahia and K.nu, rt-
are requested to send for a beautlful A ml to Chattanooga). Loo.Imrill. and bt. Louia. It acta powerfully and quickly. Gurea wbeo alotbera
states that on July 4 of that year the fall. Toun men regaja loat manhoodi on
illustrated descriptive circular (tree) GAZETTE men roooreryoutliful TlBiir. Akwiatelrfiaar
TLand CourierjT first telegraph wire was laid. The circuit rorilrtallwl liiformaMon aato rata., aohadulaa. alr.plug ear .. anted to Cure Nrrvon.nvafC > .VttaJltypeteneT
terms to Address .
r.s.rvatJo ,
agents. ,
ay agaui r th.tt..uiMa N Hailwat .r It*ooouwilona, apply U ,MibttrEati.lMl.I atPow'r
Journal Job Printing Co., Louisville, Ky.r was between Euston and Camden ( I8M.) her ki, Falllaa U rr7wa.tl.( Diee -
Town railway stations, under tha permanent A HISTORY OF anil all tfectm of fit abuM or *xeeut* "d
THE WORLD'S IndttcrrtiuH. off
VTarda eonaumptlon.
Insanity and
way of the London and Northwestern flSUKHlKS. b ?iPMAN lri0rld* Ptt" A2i, Wo8t VStreet, JAokionrille, Fli Don t let droKKlat Impum I a worthies aubatttut.onrniaterpmat. .
ou bei-anKO It lnalatonha.kfMMB -
Th Jteliln
railway, then named the London irop' "only drrolril vrerklr pahll<>aton In the /. M.0ULP. W.A.TURK, S. H. HARDWIOI ns PEEFEH'a a or send for It.l.an .
rirlnlvrli tn > TralHo Maoa b carried in.est pocket, rrepeid plain wrepoer. -
and Birmingham Railway company. nil nmrrrlnl Cat tar.E3TAOUSHED Wa-hli.utou..r.D. a OM.run.iln b A..t . Paaa. A at., Wt per box. or for MA, with, A. Pe.ltlj.rltten .
The line consisted of five wires, Waahiagton. O Atlanla, Qa. tloaraatu to Oar* or R.ra.4 (he2SVJ
THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE TRADEL January 17, 1808. +P TJ't"t free.Sold by dnunttata.Addr .a
each wire laid in
separate grooves cutout A VRluahl. Mnlium for Advtrtl r>.
of long blocks of wood. There are Th. FISHING QAZBTTE lv d l y quoMinna -
Sold J B. Screven .
by
only.Royaltansy
( oS th. principal riah mnrkaia of ihawuntry ,
many of these blocks in existence. A and all th. oawa of th. Ffahlna World. KfP
It la ln>llanan>ati. alika to th. FISHERMAN Vonr Eye on Spain
or two one wits du and
ago
year up ind FISH DKAL.KR. Ordwa mpiad on N. V.
actually formed part of the circuit l H ,ER< HAN'r' for P""> aubaerlptlon,

through which was flushed to all parts Stntea1.0< nnd per Canada.r* r. poatpal.l fu t.dPo Will pay top market prlc for WHITE pills

of .the empire the message from Buckinghaiu Atdlnfr >nr, poatpald 'relata HEROX and WHITE EORET PLUMES. iasoed MondajTand 'urfd 'ati NEVyoiSCOVKBT. "EVER rAlt*
,
riraalrlra GREEN SALTEO pa. Th A a.w,rail able and aaf.rallaf(or iip;
palace on jubilee day. So that'a aid fur aampl. ALLIOATOR SKINS
copy.Addraaa iZ7 by mornnK, mM train87brlnBaTfie prmwaa, eiieaMiWa, soanty or Pln"2
portion of the first telegraph wire is and SEA BIRDS (and fur in Reason). meitHtiiration.Now oaad hjow*>
larflaa. thaaa ontaoa.
TUB FISHITO Write for latest In.lRarataa
QAKETTE, prlceit. ef d la Hatl a 'V**
i
dog up and serves as an aid to the royal ware a.aaa
MAIL at EXPRESS BLDQ.. LOUIS STEARX, paper. * per bus, aaiaU boatl* ?
message in the very year in which it is 803 aalMl In plain wrapper. .Send M latarapafor
BROADWAT."IB3W ,
Commission Merchant
particular* *old bf.lfaa.raKaTrtaoraVl
proposed to telegraph'without wires. YOHJC. 101 Bcekman St., New York City. AATAJ wCLATaOH, I
fails Edition New York Herald.

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.FERTILIZERSH

--1"** mlon ami Liverpool and
Globe and Imperial Fire Iimurauee. al *. .
attention paid to the intereata of noi re |I s



H RLF0jr' MELBOURNE. FLA.lteai .-
aituateil on a hlirh bluff over, v h
looking the Indian River. Fim-clas.
8ccomK. -
,and rate,reasonable.
UOBERTSOX, Proprietor.WE .
TO rm


ljiwaar, Mr*.OO Chan TO J.MKLBOl'RXE F. Campbell *Pall .at. the
Mil.
JUL7} JS"tl woven. Underwear>-.v OoB| ,FerrU1 La
Cornets,etc.embroidery ami colored silks.
souvenir spoons,Stationery,etc.HOTFL .


BELJ.EVrE, MEI.HOCRXE FIA Price $25.DO.GUARANTEED Ky Bofore buying the following Materials be sure and apply tous
POWDER SnST? '0WOf In'"an KlverIn nelie7.i

Absolutely Pur liili rW rttt I?? fl*Superior acijoinmodatioua. Moil. ANALYSIS: for prices, and vto v.Ill provo to you we can save you money.

W. R. CAMFBELL, .
Froprlotor.rotel Moisture Ammonia .... Sto 10 STEAMED BONE, RAW BONE,

Equal to Nnlphate of Ammonia.... .. 20 to 2.1 BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE,
HOTEL RIVERSIDE, MELROURYE, FLA. Available l"lii i>horio Apld . .. B to
DOYM.eAKINtt*>& PP..W" > overlooking; Indian Riveri homelike appoint Kipial to Bone Phosphate of Lime. ., It to is DISSOLVED BONK, NITRATE OF SODA,
moilutlonn and tonil board. lUten r I'otaxh K3 (> ., A to tl
dayorSB.00 to57.M) per week. corlhV"" Kipial to Hulphnte of Totaah .< n to jo SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS, 'AMicco.
location of room. Speeml rate:, to River Magnesia, Lime,Soda, eto. ,v. .. to to o B

people. CHXs.T.McBRIlJK Proprietor., Bay Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,

West. COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAIfIT.? AND rOTASlir.S.Ploase .
Key S3F* Special Mixtures compounded with at
machinery very low.
L
Mn..,
TRfiESK FHVSICIAN AM)
. .t Fla.JJ H prices.
Key West has >een doing a big

mess of fate., Correspond with us before being induced to buy from Dealers. Send for
Advocate Is read with much Inst F. Wooten, of Cocoa, was a guest On
he
by iU subscribers In Key West.ntenite at Hotel Riverside last week. Pamplilet.

excitement was caused here Mis. nenry Whiting, of Melbourne LITTLE
BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO
the Associated Press bulletin to the Beach, was a pleasant visitor to town on ,
.
ct that the United States Govern- Monday.Capt.

.has notified Spain that'hostilities'uba James Powell took a jolly party
must cease.ev. up the Banana river last Tuesday, in his

James Uoltdn and wife, of Cocoa- schooner J. F. P.Eujrene .

Grove, are guests pf Jtev. W. FrazerI S. Randall left here last Thursday Bupper this (Friday) evening at Hotel
I family. They have come to assist for his home in Boston, but hopes Granada, nnd nn entertainment in which When a Customer calls for Spring Wheat Flour
held in the First
lie meetings being to return to Melbourne next season.Messrs tho bcIiooI children, under, direction of
Mr. Bolton
igregational church. Moon Winters and Mr. and Mrs. Green who have been Miss Dart and Mrs. Hanna, will participate '
at Indian Conkling ,
reside Sharpes on
,| .to invited a party of young folks for a sail spending the winter heie, returned home tho proceeds going to the he expects to get : ;
er.Im last Tuesday. All had a big time bounding to Providence, R. I., last Monday.Messrs. Avllah. All welcome. .
machinery and apparatus for the over the waves.J. Miss Imogeno Landen, who him been
Delancy and Happ have
and ice will gone
trio street railway plant
arrive, and within the next six II. May, of Rockledge, was tho on a visit to Cocoa. We thought we spending tho winter hero with h6r m
n is of the elcctrio street .railway- guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Goode from noticed one of them carrying a can of sister, Mrs. E. A. Landen, returned to
one
her home at Komington, Ind., on Monday's
a nlll be com plated and running.e Friday until Monday. Ills many filends red ]>alnt.
train, going via New Yoik.
other line will bo rushed to an early here were pleased to see him.Mrs. Louis Happ and daughter, Miss Christine

pletion thereafter. President Strieker L. C. Moore returned to her also sister, Miss Tillie, and Dr. and Our public school has just closed tho
4 that he is expected to have the ice pretty home at Roseland, last Monday, Mrs. Powell have returned from .their most satlsfactoiy nnd successful term of
iit In operation within thirty days.'lie after spending a week with her parents, visit to Palm, lieach, and will spend tho its existence, under the able and (ndto- Ggf* This Tl *
Mr. and Mis. John Goode.Mr. balance of the season here.Mirtin ious management of Miss E. Emma
arrival of three new warships
Dart. It is hoped that Miss Dart will
led fuel to the Are of excitement, and and Mrs. John Goode and daughter and Francis Delaney, two boys resume control next season.
ships rang with cheers aa the vessels Mrs. John Pettigrew, left here last of ten and twelve years of ago respectively
imed into the harbor.. Owing to the Tuesday, to spend a few days at Ercildoune had quite an experience and aRcare Counselors Geo. M. Robblns, of TItnp.vllloC .
kness it was Impossible to make out Inn, the guests of Mr. and Mrs.L. by the unexpected meeting with a I. Motcalf, of West Palm Beach,
ir exact identity, but they are boed C Mooro.Mr panther while out hunting this week.Mr. and Wk J. Webb, of Melbourne, presented
to be the cruiser Cincinnati and an imposing array of lognl arcu-
iboats Wilmington and Can tine. Act ? and Mrs. B. F. Trogdon, Vergil Knickman, one of our gay spoits- men before tho justico's court, Tuesday.
ional precautions have been taken on Moon,And J. II. McCoy and family returned men, "didn't do a thing" to the fish The court has not come out of the woods

the ships here. They have veryng last Saturday from East Melbourne last Tuesday, when he speared 75lbs. since. It Is the best: also the cheapest, because tt goes
them weighing
where they had spent a week Among was a sargent,
In readiness to pull out at >amin-
After several weeks
pleasantly in Mr. Phillips' 20lba. He is iiot the only sportsman cruising along farthest.
very
pottage.
s notice. The gun crews slept byir eithot. Indian River making his hoadquartersat
guns.frhen Robert Brush, of Osage, Iowa, returned Eau Gallie, C. C. Foster nnd his Take no othor; Insist ou getting the genuine

to his northern home last Thursday, mother, Mrs. Phrobo Foster, loft last article.
in want of kind of building after spending a pleasant winter at Hotel Fort Pierce.E. Sunday for their home at Warsaw, Ind.Mrs. .
any
lierial, in car loads or otherwise? the Carleton. Ills many friends here miss V Foster has been greatly benefited For sale by loading dealers throughout the\ State.SEEDSField .

ilucrs' Supply Co.", 'at -Augustine.. his pleasant company, but feel sure he by her southern trip which she hopes
!l be pleased jpo make you a delivered will return again.II. Stillng, Cocoa's hardware merchant to repeat next winter.At .

(to at your station. You have nout's L. Holmes, of Boston, who has knows how to advertise He has a a caucus held last Tuesday evening, and Garden SEEDS-
the Advocate. Just
whole ad. in
or middleman's commission toMiatni. been the guest of Hotel Riverside for the page the following ticket was nominated to
past five weeks, returned home last look at It.Purson. fill local olllcos for the ensuing year:

Thursday, much to the regret of his Gove held services in the Baptist John Houston mayor, (renominated); J.E. tilFertilizers.
many friends on Indian River.. May church last Sunday to large congregations .. M. Hodgson and C. L. Taylor, aldermen Largest Seed House in the State. i.
dame fortune again send him here next ; U. F, Paddison. treasurer and assessor
season. (renominated); J, A. Gilbert,
Clias. II. Hall, of New York, Is pleasantly clerk (lenomlnated); D. R. Snell, marshal Special Varieties of Corn for Florida. Seed* for Fodder
Last Tuesday two wagonloads ofmerrymakers located at tho Fort Pierce hotul for crops.flond
t. K. Gibson, a large landowner, will.n went out to the Stt Jobns a few weeks.Mrs. and collector (renominated). This Cassava Seed, 7Bo. por 100, host. for Price List,
ticket is and will
eminently satisfactory
commence improving his place.i. ,
prairie, on a pic-nio. In the party we Andrews, of St. Augustine, was no doubt, moot with general approval L. CAMERON) Seedsman, m
i. S. Gladwin has purchased the yacht noticed tho Mesdames Brown, C.irter, and eleotlon.
In Tuesday
lih It. Dame Rumor says he mayo Humrickhouse, Walker and Ilibbs; also a ploasant next visitor day for home.E. town. on 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA,.
it to Titusville. the Misses Shilling and Humrickhouse, leaving ,
and Messrs. Brown and Ilibbs, C. B. Tyndall, wife and family are In the Internal of the Knat C O. Walton Titusville ajsant
of was
,
,
visitor to town the first of the Mr. and Mrs. W. tt. Munn left here spending a few weeks here In their Orowere. = r-r : ; T

last Friday for their home in Boston, yaclit, enjoying some good fishing.Tlieo I

Bk.ho Mass., much to the regret of their many Demro, of Cocoa, was around The special express service recently
public school gave an entertainnt friendsj but as tbey said good-bye they shaking hands with his many friends in Inaugurated by the Florida East Const .
in the fair tent Saturday, for the also said they hoped to return here next this burg on Tuesday.Dr. Railway, is proving a splendid tuccess,
lellt of a library. The attendance waste December. Mr. Munn says he would not only In the volume of business being
large. Simonson returned from an extended done but in the quick time that is being
rather come to Florida and eat oranges write to
Contractor J. A, McDonald has been than te go to the Klondike to dig gold.Wm. trip down the country.Capt. made In carrying the produce to market, Before making your purchases
A. J. Lewis spent a few days at says the Times-Union and Citizen. Tho
Nassau this week In the interests of
T. Fee, ex-mayor of Warren, of the week. object of this splendid service Is to develop
new hotel to be built this summer atusau. White City tho beginning *
Ohio brother to our Frank Fee, Co.
- mayor the country by fostering the fruit The Jacksonville Fertilizer ;
also to Addison Fee, has been spending Miss Susie summers, of Eden, was up and vegetable industry. This will be
barles*Curry and family, Miss lima some time visiting his mother and other visiting her friend, Mrs. C. Campbell, accomplished by enabling the growers

iry and Miss Curtis, of Key West, relatives and friends in Melbourne, before Monday.F. to ship their produce to the various markets "
o have been spending the winter Iniroi going to his new home in Cienfujos; M. Tyler made some fine catches of In time to secure the highest market For Prices and Terms. Special attention given to Pineapple, Orange Tr s>

have returned home.Hward Cuba, where he has been appointed We wish consul mackerel one day last week, bringing in pricesand also by virtue of the quick and Vegetable Fertilizers at low prices.
by President McKlnley. five hundred pounds.L. transit, to have their produce In perfect
Stlllng, Cocoa's big merchant, him success In his new appointment. condition when the same Is placed upon
s a whole page In the "pink paper Lane returned from a week's visit the market In competition with that Stock of Goods kept at Titusville, "Fla.,
the is
East Coast? which read with
at Lemon View, last Saturday. from other states. Three special trains
ch interest by of its admirers Georgiana.Mr. .
many Miss Maude nayes met with a painful are now being run northbound over the ],
n this way. 8uch a manner of adtlsing and so as to avoid delay In shipments
her system every week to Jacksonville,
accident last week, In dislocating
is 'very commendable, and wenk the service Is slso by special train from
Mr. Stillng deserves every success.ut . Kingman and-wife left for their collar bone.In here to the north.J. E. SUDLOW, GenM. Manager, O. CARY-ELWE8
has become of the Titusville merits home in Wisconsin on Tuesday.Mr. the boat race last week between Titusville.

? nave they all left the town, or Kingsley and wife left for their A. M. Sample's fish boat Annie, the D. CRABB keeps a flmt-oluM Haloon. Wines, Jacksonville, Fla. Special Agent, *' *
'8 they nothing to sell ? last week. Naney Hanks, belonging to B. Soay >and been, wnlskiM, brandy and rum. Imported
home in Mass. A. Ford's boat, the Annie came In first, and dnmaatlo clicara, tobacco and cigarette*,
Hiss Welling and aunt, Miss Black, Hanks second with Ford's boat Price of liquor* from $i.00 to$t"0 per gallon
YOU NEED a Good, Reliable and started for Indiana on Monday. Nanoy Prompt orders. Terms attention Caeh.to Cocoa telegraph,I'llJ. and mail Florida Electro Plating Worfes.

(lely-read Newspaper, Subscribe for last.Dr. 11. CRAW1, Agt.JL .
Advocate.Courtenay.. Going to the beach seems to be one of C. P. Platts paid St. Augustine a ,
the good things planned for by the young visit Tuesday.
folks these warm days. T If you need any job printing, weTo Nickel Plating.Blsycle
Wednesday shall be pleased to get a share of It. Gold, Silver; and WtJ.
went to Lotus on
Hughie
Uncle
; and Auntie went as far as Dr.Wittfeld's Eau Gallie. Parts,Revolvers,Tableware,Watches, Jewelry, etc, repUted la .flQommisson
and spent the day. Car* Coaatlpatlm Vovevop.TakeCaacareU kmanlike manner and work guaranteed. Officef 01 W,Forsyth St.

School closes here April 7. That big ad of Mr. Ed. Stlllng In the Town election will be held April 22nd. 0.0,0.fall to cure CandvCathertla.,druggists refund lOo sooner.or me.It JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

' D. Sams paid the county seat a visit Advocate shows be believes In advertising Don't' fail to register next Thursday, er IL DOBBINS, Manager.
Tuesday. and be ought to be well patronized. you can't vote.Geo. .

m. J. Tlerney la spending a few days Mrs Goodsel, Mrs and Miss Wagner F. Ensey left on Wednesday's THE JOHNSON LAW CO.
Oeorglana. and Mrs Wethey were pleasant calersat south-bound train In the interest of aPitUburg 'BROTHERS *

0. Blyth transacted business inusvillo Mesdames afternoon.Mrs. White's. and Hughes' on commission house.Mrs. % CHESEBRO

last Saturday.ur Monday from John Harrison left for Montreal, Electrical & Mechanical
> trackers their Llnderburg and daughter, of Can., on Monday last, after pleasant
are busy shipping N. J., arrived Tuesday WHOLESALE
Morris Plains, visit with her daughter, Mrs. J. L.
P of spring vegetables.iuslness ber husband and1 son,
week to join
last .
Harrison.Mrs.
L."Hock been at the Gould and Mockertdge ENGINEERS.The. 11!
of some kind called F. who have of who baa 7isii Dealers
time. McDonald, Chicago ]
to Banyan last Thursday.Ijas. place for some been visiting the family of ber brother, ,

T. Harper came down to Banyan Brady Bower and family, and their Pa. Wm. Wilson, left for home, Wednesday Most Complete Electrical Supply
Mr. Bowen, of Philadelphia, with her visit.Mrs. .
Thursday, returning home Friday."here friend, morning, greatly pleased 'Tork.
and Mr. Averil and wife are spending a Hoas in the State No. J, Fulton .Wholesale Fish Market,.New
was surely some attraction atnanola at Oceanus beach John Goode, of Melbourne, aecompanled <
last Sunday, as everybody we week of fishing pleasure and surf bathing.Mr. by Mrs. Pettigrew and Mrs, SPECIALTIES: Spanish Mackerel, Sheephead, Pompano, Bluensb, Bedt
"as going there. hunting, Moore, were pleasant guests of Mrs.Treutler ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES : Bedhead and Canvas-back Pucks,
In his Trout Oreen Turtle
,
party Snappers, Klngflsb, ,
took
Averil a merry Monday, at the latter's pretty
' C, Creech, of Banyan, representing sailboat around the island Wednesday residence, on Eau Gallie river.In Largest stock of wire, lamp cord, Stencils promptly supplied. References furnished If desired. vHomeGrown
rurnara <& Co., a well-known New which Included Mrs Chamberlain switches, cut-outs, cleats, knobs, t
r* commission bouse, was here last the, Misses Heckmlster, Mapes and commemoration of his 80th birth sockets, lamps, shades, dynamoes
'""day advising our truckers where tol and Messrs Archie Chambers day. Rev. n. M. Prince will preach next and motors, annunciators, electric
l their produce for good prices.'Iiss and Welling Hervey; Bower.Buv Sunday morning at the Baptist church, bells, push buttons, extension foot FOR SALE.,..
and will.be gratified by the presence) pushburglar; and fire alarms. Edison
'' FrancesSinclair has filled our material all who can attend on that occasion.Ntxt La Lande, Sampson, Sal Amoniao PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SDCKERSOf
of b'llldlng
g Americans' full
heads right lumber and other and Imperial dry batteries, batteries
Supply Thursday April 7tb, the town
Pledge her Builders' ,
and we regret to see drect from the and engines
v i but trust she will return early ,ftnd save the lumberyard regiitration books will close so that all tor naphtha gas ; the following Varieties J ,
Augustine from water engineering
electric
''t fall."J01". Co., St. who have not registered must do so on lights power;
man's commission.W9 that day or be disqualified from votinat draughting, and fnmlsaed.complete Abbala, forto Rico, Egjptlaa Queen, Golden Queen, Ripley Queen, Snoo&
the young people who at- tie coming election. Tho books plans and specifications
<
"ftenay last Friday were the Misses wmTanddateMPPJ1 Thursday from 3 to 4 p, THE JOnSSOW LAW CO., Apply to O*. C. MATTIIAMS. Ilorlda Pineapple Co.V ., ,
"ale and Stella Harper, and L. P. the \ West Palm Beach, FIp.iutafb' .
and C. T. Harper. They all rea your paper or wrapper.remit. Tie ladles of the Avllah will give a Jacksonville. Fla.

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Tal&e.a. fnj x> oxx Ix2Lxrx 3trL"%roxIHDIAN > East Coast Rl
OELFTANO OTHER WARES. Vegetables Florida


11 BIm Warn la Me* Delft TbeMd toot table. *o. is, nr xmci nawcAMt 14. **. "j"jIS
tfca Imitations.

Anything wit* blna'decorations la can be raised at a profit, and SOUTM BOTTKP called delft by the uninitiated.Jfctoch .
yarD aTATIOWS.L .
of the bine ware has merits and the yield enlarged if properly uy XeMTK
,
.... rJaclnonryio Ar Tie*
is without a redeeming feotnre. TSSp ..Ht. Auguattna Lt.Lr. .
Ar. SBOp asfta
Jime the result has been to fix blue ware fertilized. Most fertilizers dodo atop turn ata 10W .. ..* Aagnetlna Ar.Haatlaif. kJn
Xjw.nala .
fudeltbiv in the affections. No other istO lliaaj **

cheap, so artistio, so great in variety, not contain enoughPotash. RIVER & BAY BISCAYNB INLAND NAVIGATION COMPANY.180S 10 mBi 46* ?r r ka.7Palatka Xt.Ar... ft4 p

at> universally adapted to common use.The'Decorator and 'St. mopt06 XrV.It. ::.bh lot s:, . ..Lt.MM topTffip
Commencing January 17th, the Steamprs "St. Augustine" U"SOna ..1.
and Fnmisher, having Sebastian" will sail as follows: m t Palarka, Lt. ig-5
eated that "all bins is not delft, TBOa lODp11H a Ormond.......... tmp t

gives the following information I SOUTHBOUND "St. Aug ustlne. MSJaii'ieU 10 ( > ., ... .Dartuna..; I44p Lv
Leave Tltusvllle, Mondays and ThuistUyH for all points between Titusvllle \rv ., Port Orange...... SKtp
Within roaoh of the slenderest purses 3:30 p. 14Wp8Mp New Smyrna M tUr> 41pt
and Sewall's Point I:! ... Onk Hill 3 7p
the various imitations of delft
ape English ..11.00 a. ** "
Arrive Sowall'a Pojnt Tuesdaysnnd Fridays TltuHVllla u. Sifcp
COp
need u awp
Vegetables plenty of potash ospi
aud Caoldon anilDonlton
Bpodo Wedgwood, 3il 8WpStlp Clrr Point IWV
and . p.
"St. Skiiastian"Leave TltuHvllle, Tuesdays Fridays. Oncoa "
; German stoneware, in bineeciarnel at least xa%% besides Arrive Palm lionch, Wednesdays and Saturdays 5a0p.: i opi' .Eoekledse Junction... lWlpi' llflp
on gray, very distinctive and .. ..Jtork.edge H lel us
3:.10p. 8 4"p4IWp p
"St. AfousTlNB" Leave Titusvllle, Wednesdays and Saturdays . KanOallie "
..
lsaup
.
decorative; an imitation of the Royal the phosphoric acid and nitro Cocoa, ". 8:15 p. lBp122p 4 3Np *,,,. Melbourna... ...... ' psup iB4pltOCp
Copenhagen! Chinese, Japanese, Korean Kuckledge 0:30 p. 5 p Hebiwtlau llBHa
.....Ht. Luel ** 10
4Ca
faience Dresden and majolica.Witli .10:31) S1itpWp
gen. Arrive Kau Gallie p. .. "
ai ) * ..... .Port Pierce .i. wan.Mlla.
all tbeHe, many of them art cheap NORTHBOUND "St. Sebastian." P A 7piV ;.Kdeu. "
Write for our books which tell all about Jrawra < 10 0l
A* white Bemiporcelain and a single bitS *\
fertilizers. They are free.GERMAN Leave Palm Beach, Mondays and Thursdays .. 9:00 a. m. T MpT86p Stuart ' BAa
delft, and'a dining'room has a disnction Arrive Titusvllle Tuesdays and Fridays. .. . .12:30p.: ru. ' .....'..Hohe Sound 24at
Went Jupiter .. "
KALI WORKS lia8t
that French china cannot confer 7 p
if oj Nassau St., Naw York. "St. Augustine" Leave Sewall's Point, Tuesdays and Fridays . .11:00a. m. 8 'p Ar... Went Palm Bench ) a 10 18 l
especially the room be done intjie Saturdays . .12:30p. m. ggfipt4Up ..Royal Polnciana 8Ufi81W
Arrive Tltusvlllo Wednesdaysand
..Palm Beach Ian "
new delft with white woodwork ,
papers
"St. Auoustink" Leave fiau Gallie, Thursdays and Mondays. . 5:0 a. m. S4Ap Lt ..Palm Beach Inn. Ar. 8 1oaSlUa
if not of onk or mahogany and Kockledge . 8:00: a. m. SSUp00p .. Royal Polnotaoa ..'. "
,, ..Mtot Palm Beaoh "
.
draperies of shoerest white.
Cocoa 8:13 a. m. 82baaop "
iLlnton
0lU> r 7 The real Holland delft now belongs PERSONAL CHATS. Arrive Titusvllle, . .12:30 p. m.W. lUUp| Fort Lauderdale '
on easels or in a cabinet. For uho the 10 MpllUOp ; Lemon CltT,. HAr. '.6 na
Geo. F. Milks, Bcik, Miami Lt. (Kia 8 26a
C/erman delft comes in a grent variety True Worst is the name of a Maryville Gen'l Sup't.Hint .

delft.clocks of exquisite shape and
of Duke of
granddaughter the Argyll
dooorution may be had for f 12 or $28.A .
punch bowl that would be a joy forever is an aooomplishnd bagpiper and
headed a highland band in a march. Augustine 10 p. mBSTWSBN
is as cheup. la the plaques and
Neal Dow's father died at 03 and his OBAWQB ClTT JgWQ'lf.No. Trains do not
fiunols the work is almoxt as good, but NaW SMTBSA AMD time Is atop at stotloni *k.

is self betraying. The heud of Moznrt, grandfather at 87. The "grand old K9l.Ko. 6, "? A"TI0N8. 2. No. 4.Oop. Trains not 82, 88 shown., I* and 78, Dsllr

for instance, would never occur' to' a man" of prohibition'camo from sturdy r Sua S Sitp Lt..N w Smyrna. ,Ar..Lt. 11 06a Trains 28. 85, 2fl, 8(1(, 88, 74, ""
l a 4 86p Lake Helen...., 10 Zla 5 DOp Daily except Sunday.
stock.Mr..
Dutchman, beautiful as it is, while 41p 4 45p Orange City..,, 10 lUa 6 (IHp Train 87 dally exoept Monday
that of Rembrandt is part of his trudition. Mat Jndd, ex-consul to Vienna, Up 4 tup Ar.,.'..Orange City.... 10 06a fi OOp Trains 88, 87 and coihbi>""i*
of
elusively Pullman
Cars
The loving cup with threo or four now at his home in St. Louis, thinks Bd? Prlor Cmr'oa Tr lB ,S
II
handles (six inches high, f 10) is a self that any good business man would make All Trains between New Smyrna and Orange City 8

evident piooo of work, as much as the a good consul without overtaxing his function daily except Sunday. siTely Trains of 08 Parlor and B9 Cars.are eomnoMal tt*)

German stoneware "sohooners" with resources.

driuklng scenes and mottoes, so charm- Dr. Chaunoey M. Dopew has for sometime KEY WEST AND HAVANA.The

big in their frank depicting of national past been paying the expenses for .

lifo.< a law education for an old war veteran.MA ateamshlp City of Key Went of the Florida Bant Coast Steamship Compnnr w_
The American imitation of delft made Depew recently reoeived a note announcing Miami for Key West on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays after arrival of. train fromJ 5 5onriUe
making oonn ction at Key Weat with steamers for Havana. Leave Key W ,1m.
Trenton is in
at
reality an. underglaze the old man's death. (standard time) on Tuesdays, Thursdaya and Bnturdavu, arriving Mmuii naxt norma
blue belleek and is not at all adapted to time to oonseot with north bound train.NASSAU.
Captain Soarle of the Capo Town
the same nses, though it has merits. Aware
higblandera admits that the head ofLuka
that catches the and makes
eye Jantje, the rebel chief, was cut N. P.
tjie
uninitiated exclaim, "That's the
front the dead body his orders he ,
by as
-
kind of delft I like, is the magnificent ,
blue wanted to preserve It as a curiosity."Next gerrlee a. Naeaaa, IT. p. (Bahama. Islanda), Uaagurated January IT, 18M, br tt.Tii
CDbalt of Do
niton. It is .
ware com.gletely S.a. Miami, eepeoially built for
|Sa IbwlPoaat SUamahlp Company, passenger traffic\ \\wm
Jane writes Dr. Parker In
satisfying, Such depth and aoheery tUtH TU.,and Nassau. #
dohnesa of color such letter, "it will be CO years since
ravishing
shapes
TO NA55AU. NA5SAU TO niAMI.Weekry
I1IAM1 .
I preached my first sermon, preached it
yen never dreamed of' try the most innjlrod -
of delft whose from a sawplt one sunny Sunday afternoon to Marsh f ,F.bruary 15th to MaKh Hlo,
$2&ifi
potters inspiration '
ltt2l ISiml- 'safely, Mareh Btk to April Ula,
vas an oriental exotic. This Doulton is ,,preached it on the banks of the

Inspired by modern painting, by the Tyna. "
Theaal Tlsao Tables show the times at which trains end boat,may be expMtedtsarilnullMrt
high lights on the Kook woods, to greater Mrs. Martha McCrone, an Irish woman | treea the several atattona and porta, but their arrival or departure at Da Hi<\I

things hi the blue of Spode."The .and "Captain" Polly Beptek, a SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME I LOW RATES stated is a** gnaraateed aHalag therefrenv, aer does the Company hold Itself responsible fur any ealar w u|Ianimiiiniii

finest thing in cobalt that has young Hungarian woman, were among reopyJ. loeaXttiae eard eaU at CM sweat Bex Street, Jacksonville, ev adaraa

erer been done. No bine ware excels ittrxoept the most determined opponents of the Finest Cnlalne and Servtoe. No Transfer between Jaekaonvllle and New Tork.

the royal Copenhagen, and that isHe troops during the great coal strike atLatimer The fleet is eompoeed of the following Handaome New Steel Steamers s .P. J. D. BAHNXa.aa.A .

acme of oeramio art, says an authority Pa. (new> "AlounqniD "IroquoisNorthBound./ "Cherokee *SeilllllOleComanche" /* gwttaeFla.
,
and certainly there are samples Colonel Isaao Avery Wheeler, who ,

ttf both these marvelous wares' to make died in Atlanta'recently, waa for a longtime .

the lover of pottery rave. editor in chief of the Atlanta Con Steamers are appointed to aail according to the tide.
From JACKSONVILUC. KLA., (calling at Charleston), Bundav TnesdaysandThuradaya.rrom .
stitution. Although a devout Methodist CHARLKSTOJJ, C. Monday., We Abonl Varnished Furniture. and? of 1 a peaceful- disposition; he had For hour ofailing aee"Clyde Line" Schedule,or Jaekaonvllle and Charleston daily papers. The Tropical Trunk Lino

Dry chamois skin should never beraed (ought four' duels with men who had papers.SouthBound. ,

on varnished work. If the varnish oast aspersiona on hts motives. are appointed to sail from Pier 3 East River, New Tork, at 8 p.m., aa follow*s
la defaced and shows white marks, apjl For0HARI.HrtTON<8.O., - Mondays, Wedneadaya and Fridays.ForJACKSOMVILLKFLA.oalling .
linseed 1 oil. an* turpentine with a The family of Bismarck ahowa no at Charleston), Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays.Clyde Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railwaj
signs of dying out.- Ou the day recently
Oft rag till the color comes back; then New England and Southern tines, (Freight only.)
Wipe the fmtrtur* entirely olT'with afCATl When a new German ironolad was (Calling at Charleston, 3. C, both ways) JOSEPH H. DUBKEE, Receiver.
named the Prinoe Bismarck the exchancellor's "
'DELAWARE AND "GEO. W. CLYDE"
soft The oil and STEAMERS ,
( ,dry p turpentine wife
of
daughter.indaw, are appointed to sail as follows i SOUTH NORTH-
shaken should be nwd Jn equal quantities Count Herbert,gave birth, to a son. Thia From foot of Hogan Street,Jacksonville, From Lewis'Wharf, Boston, No. W. No. 21. 87 No.S3 Effect Jan. lS,.'9a. NO.33.. I No. 78. NoTa
and well in bottle ; .
a before using THUR91M.V8. FRIDAYS.Clyde's
makes two grandsons in his family. He Loral 1030 pII 120 p ua* .V.. JACKSONVILLE.'rn3 T40pm714pm 306;
l deeply carved work uaj a stiff paint has five granddaughters. Ml* oop 03iu ..Orange Park..
feroah instead of a sponge. MoW'yandFri imp H44aI1II2 reorla ... 706pm
Sir Charjea Seelyywiio recently offeed. St. Johns River Line.DK II alp aw > Magaol la.......... 6 46pm
In furniture
varnishing old rub It
lUUp lu out ....Green C"v Spring*.... 640pmBtSpm 20t|
.
first with powdered pumioe atone and Atl.poo ooadittoaaljy *owarUie I rebuilding ( BART UNI) 11 Ida 110 a149a II 00aII ........ ..lauHsan........... 1311
of'.tne cbaaeeX. of .CaTisbrofc 13 0al2op l l aIt Batauma.tFomona 624
Water to remove the old varnish, and Jaekaonvllle,Palatka,Sanford, Enterprise, Fla.and intermediate landings on the St.John's River. 31a : ,... 5 15pm|> m

Chen, with an elastio bristle brush, apply church aa part of the isle of Wight The elegant sldewheel Steamers 1 06 p 11 41a ...Crescent City Juno tion.. 600pm441pm
Tarnish made of th of memorial to the late Prince Henry ofBattenberg M 1 4SpMp a 30 a 3 43p423p 12 044lp t Seville..'. 1238 |
consistency ha* decided that the "CITY OP, JACKSOtf VIIXE, "FREDK. DoDABY, 13a DeXeea Springs...... 4Mpa3Mpm
cream by the addition of turpentine.DacorMnr now CAPT. W.A. SHAW. CAPT.T.W.LU DJr.Is SIS p40f 8 20aa lS47p ......... Olenwood ,a...
nod scheme had better.be abandoned,,owhigH P 44 mSS4i 1 01 p ..Bereaford.. 345pmSITpm I1MIii

furnisher. vOJaWf V t njawapa rai appointed to sal)as follows i SlipeSp SITp 445 p 12 41)p ArlId...... DeLand [5tf 445 pm 1216 n I i

Tha oongreasianal,] Ubrary wlU aoon Leaves Leave*Sanford Jaeksonvtlle, o.eoi Enterprise 8.30 P. dally, except exoept Saturday Sondas"ft6 441 p I liptl40p '.Orange City Juno.. 336pm304pm ml
.
Bet Wasted.Mr. receive a7 MraT ** .
aa gift from' Mary Longfellow -
3 ArAr. Lv
*i6f fp: NORTH BOUND. 25pI45p :7.sSter 10pm
Mllmore admired SCH CDULK. :::: : 210 .
IJorrowit I wiah yon would m much marble Bead op. 1644P
TOt Tavaree....... r0011M .,..1
telp me out a'UtUe today.Mr. beaten'Wendell PhilHpa Mra.Milnwire Leav 'Siop/ra./ ..Jaeksonvillo.. Arrive 3M a. m. 45 p 480 a 501 p p .. ....*. Saajfonl..... .'..Lvlv lAOasa .307 p '"

Busy With*pleasure. I'll hold wUo. ltrsa in Wsahing on, la |th. a. S pvnvtM ...... .. Palatka.Astor ,... Leave" 3J0 COO p.p. m.m. son a aw p 3 OOp Orlando 11 57 p m 147pmUK io aiol "I

open the door. New York Weekly. widow of Joseph A. Mllmore, the sculptor a, is, ..St. Francis... l.oo p. m. 6 IS a amm T35p Slop 4&SpS06p Lakelaad.Bartow. ISptn 720Smwaosm n

*. tOa an4 the bust la one mode\ed by'Mar Beresford..., " HJ0a.ro. 4S0p940a 10 4S p330p Ar. ....Fnnta Gorda.... ,346 46p pm
tke Amu. tin Mllmore and chiseled by Joseph Arrive tiM. a.. n.Ma. m. ..Bine....naelord Springs.. 11.00 aoo a.aw in.m. Tampa...... 737.pm 10 66 am311am nolOlSanil

very Morning, when It's pleasant riding Mllmore. 0 2ft a. m. ...KnterprliMi... ' S JO a. m.Gen'l 1035 al 910p e' p An.La. ...Tampa... Port Bay Tampa Hotel. '..Lv.Ar iao'n'w330pm 7 30Thar s

down the .venue, Monand qat. 0 30p .. Port Tampa,.... *,and Sua.Wed. .
1 se. a little maiden wiio Is beautiful and William ITathaway Forbos. who has Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.Jno. .,.. Tnea A Friday. 8 OOp Ar.. Key West ,..Lv.Lv 80pm .and 8at.
sweet, Just died at the age of 5? years,.waa for .... Wed and Sat.No. 6 00a10a Ar.. -Havana 12 30 pm Wed,and Bat,
be wears a dainty Jacket and a skirt of aavy
Woe long time closely identified with the .L. Howard, Superintendent. T, M.Ibowmohob*.Ja.,Fla,Pass. Agt.
business and financial interests of Boaton. Foot Hogan St. I 204 Weat Bay Bt, Dallr. f Daily except Sunday.
-
That Is mad* to show two ankles which are JACKSONVILLE, FLA.W. Trains 24 and 78 carry Pullman Sleepers between St.Louis and St.Petersbarg,v1aP W
vary trim end neat.Ob He served gallantly through the Trains 37 and 38, New York and Florida Special,carry through Pullman Vestlbuled Sleepinje"

war and for eight years waa president Thso.O. Koonst,T. K., H.WAEBOttTOK, T.P. A., W.H.HBITDBBiK>irr E.P.B Dining cars between New York and Tampa. .
aha sails along before me like a bit of Trains St and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars"between Cincinnati ud I
thistledown of the Bell' Telephone company. His BOWLINO GREEN, NEW TORK. INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT SERVICE.

That la carried from aa eager child up* the wife waa a daughter of Ralph WaldoEmerson. WM. P. CtTDH CO., General Agenta, GOING SOOTH Leave Titusvllle dally exoept Sunday,3M p. m.i arrive RocWedM cuij
eoented wind, | S Howling Oreen,New.Tork. IS So-Delaware Ave., Philadelphia. cent Sunday.6:30 p.m.; leave Titusvllle, Tuesdays and Fridays, 3:30 p. m.; arrive rw
Aad 1 wonder what th'maiden thinks apon following day 5:30 p.m.

her way to town GOING NORpi-Leaye Palm Beach Mondays nnd Thursday*, KM a. m.: arrive TimrfllM
Of the humping, puffing fellow who la costing lowing day liao p. m.; leave Wkledge Tuesday* and Fridays 9:30a. m.; leave R" ''I"T],i
Just behind. Two Beautiful Pictures Free.KdneatoYoar Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad. week Hays 8:30 a. m.j arrive Titusvllle. d 11t except Sunday, 12 0 p. m. Connecting wld
-Cleveland Leader.Hucklen's Si K. W. Steamboat train for Jacksonville, tamp* and points north.

' Train 23, leaving Jacksonville daily at 0:12 a m., arrive* at Hawthorne at U; GJJgIl
Now Florida and Northern Air Line and Florida Trunk Line. 1:00 "
Brooksville 6:45 Jacksonville
StUTK! i80' p. m. Train leaving .
Two beautlTuV
colored
large, pictures arrive' Oakland : ( m., Lscoehee Clears*"' "
18981 5 p :40 p. m.,Tarpon Spring* 8 do p. m.,
In
Time Table Effect 3
for framing, free; also four copies of tb'e January m., St. Petersburg 10 M) p.m.,dally except Sunday.
Arnica Salve. famous Illustrated magazine, up to Date, W.General U. COFFIN, GD.. ACKERLT Pssnor"1MALLOBY ,

to anyone'who wants them.. = NORTHERN POINTS.Lv..JackiwnviUe..Ar. Superintendent. General
The best Salve in the world for cuts, Eooh issue of Up to Date has beautiful 52 32

bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever colored front aad back,'i and from iorty

W soroa, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, to fifty large b a morons pictures by the Lv Yulee ArAr. tlttp1100a 834a80Oa 015a 8 S35p760p 25p 8 855a ina LINE.

corns,'and all skin eruptions, and positively famous artists of America. Will keep ...Fernandlna...LtAr. 730a630a STEAMSHIP

cures Piles, or no pay required.It all the family In good humor for a whole .... Everett ArAr. 50a645a 45p640p
... .
Bronswlrk. .LvAr..Savannah.
Is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction month. ....LvLv. 033a34a 6 Ilia800a 4 4.fl> i'lBa Florida New York
or refunded. Price 2.1c. Tour two other ... . ,
money per pictures or any two of Savannah .ArAr. 0 505Wia 4 5p
box, For sale by F. S. Chaffee A Co. six you may select, set In gold frames, Fairfax,B. C.Lt 3
will, be sent you free* of charge If desired "" ...Denmark.AugustaOa., SC. "" 25ai247a 4 00a 134p62ua From.Brunswick; (via Port Royal,8.C) >

Bowels tVlth Caaearete. after seeing them. Enclose 10 ceass in Columbia,8. C. 5 30a 1165a PASSENGER SERVICE. .

Candy Cattmrtle, cure constipation fore.rr. stamps or silver to pay postage and "Spartanbunr Ashevllle, N.C., 8 C* 3 6 30p Via Fernandlna. F. C, & P. Ry and CumbrlLv
IDo,aoo. If a C.C.fell,drugglata refund nioiuiy. packing. Address Up to Date, Chicago. Charlotte, N.C. 400aa 10 OOp OOp 0 25a Jacksonville 8.18 am; Lv. Fernandlna.1W rBrnnawiok
Sunday.
*' 6JO p m.- Dally except
SalisburyN.C. 47aS 8 17a V'UTiHe
Stop
Oreensbnro N. C" 1 Sfara. TS7p3Dp 705aBona Via Everett,alf rail, F. C.& P. Ry,and So.tit.,Daily- '
V 12 20a 4.00 p mi Ai Brnnawiok 7.30 p m.
Richmond,Va. H UOOn40Ap a 00a allowed on board for tnpper Thursdays.
Lvnchburg,Va. > 10 Mp 340a165a
Charletusville, 8 65p 3 37p
Waahlnston OOp 11 15a 10 41aoaop PROPOSED SAILINGS t '
Baltimore 5 nop 43a730a Lv.NewTork.Pl.,2E.R,3dOP.m., (Standard Timi
Philadelphia a sup 65p430p WO GRANDE .frttJ!
' Slew York laiopUOOn 13 15a Friday. Mar 2fl- .COLORADO .
Boston OOp 9 00a Friday An : 1
S RIOGRANDU .....
Friday Apr! ll'V "V SiAD0 >. rnw.-r

SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.No .
For *
*.SI aad 32, New Tork aad Florida Limited Vestibule,between New Tork, Jacksonville and general Information, teamer*.trains CHAS.DilviES rate* .to. apply to any W.Bay8 railroad "**""*
St.Aaguatin*. Agent,220
Noa.36 and 34 Fast Hal],Sleeper*between New Tork aad Jacksonville, and the Cincinnati C.H.m IV fIATMOXIQ? , r Southern Agent, Brunewlek.O*. -
Sleeper via Ashevllle.os ,General Agent, Pier 30,E. River,and 383 Broedws*,
Stand aieaevy through sleepers between Jacksonville and New Tork In connection with
aad l aaA a aad 10 with-Pullman Sleeper* between Jacksonville and Tampa.No .
,3A carries the Cinoinnatl and Florida Limited,with the Tampa,Cincinnati, St. Louis aad
Kansas City Weepers. Taeee are bronght o Jacksonville brN<* 33. Rem mt> r that the Lvdian
All baggage will be checked from Onion Depot*. Tiokets will still be sold at the city ticket Advooam doe. u kinds Ktver -Th ADVOCATE i. *M Ml
ofnoe-aw nmnan Sweet,aa well aa at the Union depot tk-kef ofneo.R. of job prinUnir '
.'W. CA AiPBELL,Passenger Agent. J. E. MARSHALL,Ticket Agent, 303 W Bay St., cor. at abort notice. Send them m orde frw, tobacco d of in 5 5CaU
Hagaa, Jaekaonvllle. WALTER DOLEMAN, Gen'l Traveling Agent Jacksonville. and get tome, with *
O.TkU UOU>IW,Ti P. A., St.Augustine, Fla. A. O. HaoLoKkXL, Gen. Pass. Agent. bSveSbW5nfdotl'th8pC t0 Its cultivation.i .














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IIJDIJWN KiVHi* AUVtKAll AP1UL 1, 1898.

East Coast Hotels.HOTELS.

A NOVEL CLOTHES POST. STAGE GLINTS. KAU OAL.LIK.RAU .


I*'Moots With Iro the HoumwWm.Approval of min William Haworth has just finished a The Hotel Granada OALLIK, Brevard Cii., FLA. V
"
called "The Lone Roue.
play
OF THE The clothes post is ouo of those very m mrf M
useful bat commonplace affairs which' Pierre Lot! haa just finished a play south of Rooklodge, on the Indian River and F. K. C. R'y. Near Xau Ualtta river,
which la intended for the ComediaFraucalwe. opposite, mouth of Banana river. Uooxcelled boating, fishing-' and banting.
ordinarily receive small at tout ion from
Matchless oltniato; no malaria. In the fanimis Indian River orange and pineapple
brida East Coast the inventive genius. But now we have district. Launch for uho of guests. Klrut-class homo-like hotel. Rates, $J.5() to
In the theaters do not issue
a clothes for which tipain
System post improve
many $3.00 per dity. Special rntna by .month or oah<>ii. Open all the year.V. .
menu are claimed. It is believed that programmes, and in London the patron \ II. II, Uleason, Roal Estate UKO. O. GLKA OK, Manager.
this clothes .post will fill,a long felt paya for them.

Iched only via want. It is fitted up with a double line Marie Wainwright la playing the rnWICST Ifv
running over a wheel at both ends. leading role in Jacob Litt'a production."Shall PALM nKACII.
jLflorl
|,e Miami & Key West Steamship Line from Miami to Key West.fcrlor clothes basket and a small rainproof An item is going around to the effect

see page # profit per annum by hia tours.

6.AT The last epigram of Sarcey is the remark .

..T i O ZEHST. Incidentally dropped that the OPKN ALL THE YEAR.
providence of vaudeville, writers is <
WeSt HOTEL KEY WEST, U.S. Naval Station.i ischance. WEST PALM BEACH,*FI.ORIDA. h*

is stated that Stuart Robaon in view This hotel is subxtuntlally built of brick, and has every convenience. Closo ta
;saumi Hew S. S. MIAMI, from Miami. Abroad in a night of hia advancing years contemplates retiring the railway depot.. Free'buss to and from trains. Boats attached to tlmhotiiL
from the stage. lie is rich and with flshlcg tackle on board for the use of guests., Rates, from $3.00 per day an J
upwards; special rates by the week or month.
ROYAL afford to do
PALM, can so.*
GEOROE ZAPF, Proprietor..
i , Sir Henry Irving and Miss Ellen
IIOTEL
MSCAYNE, Bicycling, swimming, fish Terry,will soon start on a professional
CASINO Swimming Pool. ing and hunting. tour of the British provinces which MIAMI.Graham's .
will last until December.Mrs. .

KOYAL POINCIANA\ S. A. Baker of the Thomas 150 rooms. 800 feet f broad plazr.na.
Keene oompuuy, now in her eightysecoud The most complete office In Mouth Klola. *-

m Beach-- PALM BEAcu inn, Bicycling, golf, Winter year, claims the distinction of being Hotel Large, light and airy dining-room.
Ocean Bathing. the oldest actress on the stage. TABLE UNSURPASSED.

CASINO Swimming Poo). Charles Frohmau is reported by cable Rates, $2.60 per day antfupward.S. .

to have- paid $150,000 for the lease of MIAMI, FLA. ORAIIAM, PropiMor.hote .
'
lond IIOTEL ORMOND, Bicycling and Golf. the Duke of York's theater in London

and contracted to pay a rental of $35000 ,-

PONCE De LEON, a year besides..William : coasroxjiiirz-.

AN UP TO DATE CLOTHES POST. II. Crane onoe appeared in
Augustine- hotel alcazar Bicycling,
swimming,
golf, hunting and fishing thus set the basket of clothes down and ten ports in one evening. ""He was ono MIAMI, FLORIDA.
CASINO Swimming Pool proceed to pin them upon the lower of the officers, the apparition in the !. 2 '
lino, moving the line along as fast as caldron arena and each one of the eight Perfectly new hotel with all modern Improvements. I.oeatctl on park, one) *
1 to the Ooneral Offices, St. Augustine, for the New Easf Coast Book ofC. the clothes are put upon it, and thus apparitions in "Macbeth." , block from Hotel ltoyal Palm, commanding splendid view of 111 ho ay no Bay. Kates
$3 per day and upward. Special rates by week or month. ,
hang out the whole wash without moving
B. KNOTT, a step or once lifting,the basket. If ITEMS OF INTEREST.
General Superintendent. the ground be wet or covered with
MAGNOLIA 81MUNGS FLA.
snow, this is an important point. The American wnt of 1787 bore the ,
This plan also saves much labor if motto, "Mind Your Business."
JACKSONVILLE.btel one end one wh6el can be attached London ON THE ST. JOHNS RIVER,28 ml lea
mesHongor boys are now provided
to a post on the back veranda or porch' with roller skates.In Magnolia Springs Hotel south of Jacksonville* by rail er bout.
using the basket support and the pin Delightfully loeatod. Pure spring water.W. .
Placid box as on the regular post. This will France the doctor's claim on the Excellent shooting and Hulling. F. 1NOOLD, Manager.
fit.mhe
state of deewmod has
a patient precedence
obviate the necessity of stepping cut *
of all otheraSIZES. O. I). Soavey Co., owners.,
upon the ground at all, either in hanging
center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west out or taking in the clothes, explains
ock from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished
throughout.erior .
Rural New Yorker which originally
'
Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all trains. Terms $2.50 per dav and AVttnt Ctiunt lltttoN. "X
da. Special rates by the week. JOUN S. BOWEN, Proprietor illustrated this new post.
A hand ia 4 inohea

ThrowingKloo ! Wedding* A size in collars is one inch. FLORIDA
The effort to stop the old custom of
One hundred make cask.Thcr"royal .
quarts a
avelers' Hotel. throwing rice at weddings has proved afailure.
The argument against it nrgedby 32 do. ia 6 by 8 inches.A

. the antirioe crusade was the danger royal quarto page is 13 by 10 inches.A -GULF COAST HOTELS--

his hotel Is now under new management, and has been thoroughly renovated that lay in the indiscriminate throwing bushel is equal to 8160.42 cubic
uliodt. of small, hard particles, serious accidents inches.
j meets all Trains, and Electric Cars pass door. Bath rooms and all having resulted from it, especially
inlences on every floor. Knitting needles are usually 0 inches
to the eyes. The antirioe agitation was
OPEN ALL TIIE YEAR.k' short lived, and. now that it has been- in length.Tho ON
crushed to be 48 ma paged volume is 8 J by'S
out
entirely people seem
: American Plan, |2.00; European, 60o to $1. Special by the week.
FELIX GARCIA, Prop.ie trying to make up for the lapse by more >4 inches.A PLANT SYSTEMS
elaborate Indulgence in the old custom.At size in finger rings is onesixteenthof

a recent wedding breakfast in New. an inch, -t;
,
Cor. Bay & Bridge Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. York, tells The Sun, a young electrician A size in stockings is three-quarter* Tampa, Fla.- TAMPA BAY HOTEL, Now Open.

Elliot Under new management. Each department tried a new device .on the assembled of a* ixtch* 1). r. HATHAWAY, Mummar.
furnished absolutely new with all modern Im- company. It was a paper ball, filled / Umbrella*are sized according to the
i r provements. Overlooking the St. Johns River. with rice, And it stood in the center of Port Tampa Fla.T1E, INJ. Now Open.
length of rib, this varying from 2-1 to
la three blocks of the ,
Union depot, Clyde S. S. Co., and new postofllce. All the tKble and was so oompletely ooverod MUKDICK
II. M
nn er.
38 inches.
io cars pass the door. Free Bus.ites .
with flowers that it was not noticed by "
: : European, 50c., 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 American Caries vary in height, according to i
per day from $2.00M. any of the guests. 'By an ingenious ar'rangement Winter Park Fla.skminole, Now Open.

of springs the ball could be the size of the individual using them, ,
O. FINLEY from 88'to 80 inchea A. K. DICK, MsnuKor.
in
broken and the rice scattered every
Jacksonville, Fla.st. direction by merely touching an elootrio The,elephant is from 10 to 13 feet in Ocala, Fla.BolleairvFla..- THE OCALA HOUSE, Now Open. '
.and from 0 to T feet in height,
push button which the young man had length 1". r. IlllOWN, MaiMKvr. .
fixed in the floor right under hiit seat although elephants of 10 feet in height

auqustine: At an opportune moment the joker set have been numerous. .- THE BELLEV1EW, Now Open.'

hia machine off, sprinkling 'everything The average sized spool for sewing W. A. 1IAKRON, MariBK r.
on the table with rioe. The rice bomb thread fa 3 inches high and 1> inched
BUCKINGHAM Opposite the ITotel Alcazar and Alameda. was a tremendous success, and the electrician in diameter at the ends. A spool of Ptinta pQrda, Fla.- THE PUNTA GORDA HOTEL, Now Open. I
Wide verandas, picturesque lawns. Ilome-like has been asked to fix up similar thread means about 300 yards..The T. II. AltllOTT, Manuiirr. '"
and comfortable. Rates moderate.GEO. .
bombs for a half.dozen, weddings to is 10 inches long
blackbird, J
NOW OPEN- O. HOWE, Proprietor. take place among his friends this win from the tip of the bill to the tip of the Fort Myers, Fla.the fort myers hotel, NowOpeu. m

ter. tail and the spread of wings is 16 Inchea /. II. AIlDorr, M *na er.
The female bird Is slightly smaller. *
Ocean View Hotel ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.Jnder Raw eggs, milk and plenty*f fruit The blackbird lives from 10 to 13 yeara Kissimmee, Fla.tub kissimmee hotel, now open.
reoommendec for brain workers. I K. HUI.I.OCK, MsnitKor.
are } '
A cistern 5 feet in diameter contains
new and liberal management. Handsome and home-like; located' one The fruit corrects the bilious tendency 4.OS.barrels for every foot of depth. A Send to each manager as to rates and rooms, and to tlio undersigned as to railway -,
'Plaza? withinseventyfive feet of the old sea wall and fronts on the of the milk and eggs.In 6 foot, cistern' contains 0.01, a 7 foot
rates
steamship lines nnd time cards.
or or sleeping
lUful Matanzas car
with view of the Atlantlo Ocean
Bay, an unobstructed Anas1 contains 9.18, one. of 8 feet contains
Island and Old Spanish Fort. Rates $2 to $2.50 day. Special by the of the
per some portions Abyssinia 11.08barrels, one f 9 feet 15.10 B. W.' WRENN Trafho
Passonger Manager,
Open air
the HAYDEN .
F. C.
year. Manager.LA .
men mark the ears of their women as.if one of" 10 feat 18.65 barrels.DAYTONA. '
they war* ao many hogs. SavannsaV G '


| :Zj A riOTEL, st.augustine, fla.r .

8' centrally located. Fronting the Old Spanish Plaza.and the Atlantlov .
Splendid view from Its long and broad verandas. Rates, $2.00 per day and ...NEW YORK... %
rd; Special rates by the week. First-class table board at reasonable rates.Mrs. .

A. S. PELL.OTEL The Holly Inn * ; Daytona, Fla. hf



MAGNOllTiA; st.augustinef Located on the beautiful Halifax,

phe Hotel'Magnolia Is"being renovated and Improved. Will open January The most pleasant and ample surroundings of any in'the'clty.O. .

Rates,' $2.50 per day and upward. HOWES,'.

GEO. C. HOWE, Proprietor.Sf Proprietor,

# Wl

(llPATlJft ST* AUOUSTEfE' FLA'f PALMETTO HOUSE.
s .
UCUI5U, A Faroily, Hotel. Transient,* $3.50 and'upj DAYTONA FLORIDA,:
'7, single rooms $15 to $17.50; two persons occupying one room, $25 to $36. ,
most comfortable, homelike family and transient hotel in the South; occupy.ue Is now open for the winter season. Situated on the banks of the Halifax
most central location In the city, corner St. George street and the Plaza, in River. Fine hunting and fishing locality. .
Proximity- thelarge hotels, casino,'bay, postofflce, old Cathedral, etc. Best of accommodations and excellent cuisine. Rates moderate.'
" C. D. Tyiek,'owner A prop: John Jay Besson, Manager. LEON DESFLAND, Prop.
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TITU8VILLE.T3iTJDXA.3sr -111
OPEN THROUGH APRIL. -

Beautifully and centrally located. ZE3X"vsEe E3ioaEixTITUSVILLE-,
Well appointed. Elevator; steam

beat, gas, electric bells, excellent <*
water, and large,well-shaded lawn.
Rates reduced from $4 to $2 and ,

$3. Indian River.Fla. .

J. T. SKILES, .

W. W. PALMER. ?P 3 M ft m *
O. BAST,

Formerly Hotel Magnolia* Maiases.
*
J .J lTiie

*. : $&? Open All The Year.J. SOUTHERNERS....". < MORROW HOUSE....

CRESCENT CITY: FLA..
COKOXADO BEACH. VISITING NEW YORK CITY will
x'" '"f-vt&iiJ Only a few minutes* Centrally located; convenient.to thopostofflce
-JsZiWzSl wlk tTom Railway sta- accommodations reasonable and steamboat *
v. find good at landings*Spa**
Side Hotel CORONADO BEACH, FLA. i ki" !T' 'U '.JiTB"! "<>n *nd Steamboat UndW prices, at 74 Clinton Place. lal atteatlon given to commercial I travel.
One door from Fifth A venae, and close.to Only rlr t-cla hotel In tho city epea,all
t&P,"h'n mile*of hua hu* h-l> i rnm m.Kt > Washington square. Very central. the ysar. IUt e, $i per day I spe as>i by
-. A0U?" per clmlthin iu*: by 10 week or mootli ,* *%%% rn rtowr. - -i K": far-famed Indian Dim. Refer to editor of this paper. tho week. IDA M. HKCTOK-. .










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INDIAN BIVER ADVOCATE. APBIL 1, ,1898.



A Pnblle Park ( r 8U Aog ustlocvA Between Mlamland TflJMMfcO. To Bo Discontinued.
HKfiillKEMEHS

favorable report of the bill granting The steamship service between Miami The Nassau and Key West Limited, (Successor to Lovetc Carroll.) '

certain land* to the City of St. Augustlrie and Nassau, as now advertised, will continue the fast train run between Jacksonville
to be u ed as a nubile park, has until April 15, after which date and Miami over the Florida East Coast GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES of All
been mado by Senator Pasco, from the and until further notice, it will be week Railway, will be discontinued on Monday Kl
committee public land*. ly. The days for departure during the of next week for tile season. The last Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Vour patrouage

weekly schedule have not as yet been train will go southbound to-morrow .
determined upon. In consequence of (Saturday),and the last train northbound TITUSVILLE, FLoiuixtZE3
Married.tT
the resignation of Capt. F. C. Miller, on Monday. The hotels Royal Palm, at

Reading notice ads. on thi page the Miami is in command now ot Cap 4 Miami, and the Royal Poinciana, at Palm
are live cents per line per week.ConliV' Mr. J. T. Price, TItusville'a well- DeLano, late chief officer. We understand Beach, will close for the season on Mon IBZB-A-nD"2" d5 BlE
known liveryman, and Mrs. Emily En- that Capt. Miller will take charge day. -

right, also of this place, were united in of a steamer going to Klondyke. Groceries Grain. Hay Garden Seed Fertilizers Staple Sl
Fancy 1'ineapple Slip* & Suckers the holy bonds of matrimony on Sunday Fancy Groceries

for Hale. evening last, at the residence of the & GRAHAM And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, DTay, Bran, Cotton Seed \t '
bride. Rev. Paul HelHgman tying the Daytona. ROBBINS Food and Wheat. We a/e the only bouse on Indian River dealing aV

tist latetfjj Abbakas, Egyptian Queen, Golden nuptial knot. The newly-married couple the above line of goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit .onr "

Quoen, Porto Rico, hmootb Cayenne and have been receiving the hearty congratulations Very truly L. BRADY & '
.. BRO. ?
...Lawyors. Titus
30 U lied Spanish. Apply toMADOOCK of their friends (bis week.On Our town has been very gay this sea *

A MATTHAMS, son. 1
"Palm Beach Pinery," Wednesday, at the residence ofCapt. The Palmetto house has been crowded WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND

West Palm Beach, Fla. W. Wilson and Miss, Canaveral Florence, Mr. Wilson W. ,F.Prtetorlus with tourists nearly all the winter.Mrs. UNITED STATES COURTS. Losley & Motlow,<

F. II. Crlswold recenly had her
were married by Archdeacon .1$. F.
Fancy Pineapple IMant*. ltrown. They have the best wishes of bands badly torn while trying to separate (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)
a pet dog and cat that were fighting.It ABSTRACTS of Title Famished
the for connubial
Advocate a happy
Hardy, smooth-leaved, vigorous, grown Cayenne without, Abbaka shelter existence. was quite a surprise to some of ourrjpla for Lands In Brevard and Dade Foreign and Domestic'" Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rams, Gins and ts
to learn of the marriage of Mrs. *
and Jamaica Rlplpy planta for aale.K. Anderson through the columns of Bottled Beers, Ales and Stont. JA
C. B. Tyt ai.l, .TltnsvUla's Bachelor Girls.A Counties.We .
WaveUnd, Fla.Hiiro the pink paper.Col. First-class Line of Cigars. * Billiard and Pool Ta

Bachelor Maid's club has been ..C. C. Post, a very progressive and Family and"hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention
eiv .
Clinace. formed In Titusville, with Miss Susie Vj prominent resident of Seabreeze, Is still have, a large List orders- Cash n\ust accompany your order. LOSLEY.& MOTLOW,
ahead bis TItaninx
pushing many Improvements.We
Brown Miss Mildred Woodward
president

want a few more of his kjnd here. of Lands owned by
For aale vice-president, and Miss Kate Pritcbard -
on Ridgowood avenue, Daytona -
a'very nice residence apd improved secretary and tieasurer, the other Manager Oranpe Howes, of the Holly >jeok: : t e*. cfc oo.
members of the organization comprising Inn, has been all smiles of late, and he ourselves and clients.
lot la a desirable location. House la
.* ];:: Will keep constantly on band a Full
Supply of
now rented, and ten per cent net. a number of our young ladies. It behooves and his genial wife have surely been i it
This is well worth pays your attention. our town bachelois now to kept on the move. Their house has Price for unimproved
Address, V, L. A., organize In a similar manner, aa it will been crowded with guests.Mr. CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUiBEJ
Care Advocate office. never do to let the gills get ahead in lands $3 to $100per'acre.
; that Ellis, of Jacksonville, a guest of
way.To the Inn, Is the champion fisherman of DRESSED AND ROUGH.
JOSEPH ZAPF. the house. He recently brought In a Also Mouldings and Turned Work, Brick, Lime, Cement, Crates of all dcicmTT

IMneapple and Orange string of bass, caught fvom the north tia.s-,57', lXo, ITVLoriciI

WHOLES A LK ALKflAnbenserBoscb Growers. bridge.Mrs. WE have a few Residence, Orange

Matthews, of Charleston, S. C.;
Brewing Ass'nFamous apd Mr. and Mrs. POrcher and their Oroveand Pineapple Properties in desirable James Pmtchard, President; W. M. Brown, VicePresident.C. .
Anyone having a paying '
orange grove little ohildren of Cocoa 'have S. Schuyler, Cashier.
or pineapple plantation on the East bright locations. Prices Reasonable.
'it, Louis Lager Beer. been spending several days with Mr.
Coast with
good house that will make a
Sold by Loslcy & Kenaker, Titusville. winter home, for sain cheap, .describe and Mrs.' D. A. Btodgett, on Rldgewood | INDIAN RIYER STATE

Manufacturer of Soda and "MineralWaters. and locate with price to avenue. I Offices :. j and TITUSVILLE MIAMI.
Wholesale Liquor Dealer. E. L. B-iftNKfl, A pleasant party from the Holly Inn
SANFORD Port Orange, Fla. took -the Tomoka trip on Friday, In
FLORIDA (Incorporated under the LawB"of the State of Florida.)
Captain Ballough'a, launch. In the party
l>eath of Mrs. l ra. I were Mr. and Mrs. Ilarkness, of Clyde, East Coast Meat Market Authorized capital, $100,
O. ex-Governor Cady and Mrs. Cady
\ ; Paid
up capital
Mont Iteaiitlful 11 aro on Indian of Hartford; Mrs. J. U. Andrus, Mrs.J $26,
Jtivcr, for Sale, at tt Great The. many Indian River friends ofMrs. P. Ramsey, Miss Ramsey, and Mrs.N. G. F. Di/rEN,..Agent.E Average deposits, $l5o|
F. W. Beers, of St. Augustine, formerly =
R. Powell, all of Hackensack, N. J. 5Notice.
Jlurgain. of Titusville, will regiet to learn
the sad news of her 'demise from blood The Advocate is read with much Interest Transacts a General Ban]

The famous Tut key Crook Grove, consisting poisoning last.week, Deceased, who In pur beautiful town, but it needs
of 14 ncros of orange grove and was a lady of loving disposition and a regular correspondent. Many of our = .Business,
40 acre! of land fronting on Indian River many other estimable qualities, loaves townspeople regret that the Messrs.Val-
and Tnikey Creek, witli atenmbout landing ber bright little son Fred and baby. ton brothers could not make It convenient Largest and Oldest Bank on tk!
Mr. Beors has to here and take hold of the
and Tillman postoflico nnd railroad onr sincerest sympathy in move ,
station on the F, E. C. K'y. On the his sore bereavement.On Daily Daytonian personally. We hope Exchange sold op all Foreign Com
place, lying on the west side of Indian to see them here some day, as they are
well and favorably known by the best P"STitusville DIRECTORS
River, three miles south of Melbourne, an Inspection Tour. :
two miles from Atlantlo ocean beach. people along the East Coast from Jack'sonville Jas.Pritohakd,'W.B.BariittPiof (
About to Key West. the National Bank ot JacksonTllleiDobkeb
400 good bearing orange trees, General Oraham, commanding the (Vtee-President NatiooilBu
balance In young trees, will yield about Department of the Gulf passed Jacksonville), and W. M. Buowi.
through
1000 boxes this
Can be made
year. Titusville, last * Florida. COBRE8P0NDEST9.Seaboard .
Saturday
on a special Lotus.*
toyield 2000 boxes a year in two years. train for Miami and Florida. National Bank of New Tort
Cape lie
Servant's house and good packing house, National Bank of Jacksonville.
was accompanied Mr. J.E.
by
and rooms above. Good fishing, quail, of St. Augustine, at which-latter- Ingraham place, Beans'are leaving our shores in large
doer and duck hunting Creek *
up Turkey ; theOeneral made hurried quantities daily.
a inspection. ftKELIYJSiJACKSONVILLE.
fine harbor fpr boats; lovely river front,
with beautiful forest trees. Hammock General Oraham received Instructions We have had several days of blustry
from Washington to get'through iwith weather this week. .
""
lands for sale
cheap. to
Apply this duty as soon as possible and return FLA.
*. D. L. OAUI.DEN, to his Atlanta headquarters. The above K. B. Ebersold, of Ocean us, hast been For tk* CURB of LIQCOB, OPIUM. HOBPBINK Jacksonville Steam Dye Works 4MAINIIARD -
Atty, for owners, made return picking beans in Lotus this week.jfL. COCAINE, TOBACIO and tlOAUETIK HABITS.
party a to St.
Titusville Fla. tilp Augustine Adopted by the IT.0.Oovernm nt.Wmr .
,
on Monday evening. O. Hancock was a passenger on\the lafWrMliua iririiM K #l.jr iMlflut*. 4 h.mrlll.,Via, BEOS.
New RaslUrloai, Cor. Vsloaaad Proprietors.
steamer Courtenay Saturday, as far as Hoga NU.

.* Narrow Ksoap* from Drowning, asCocoa. TOLL I a3r House

\V' Provost has accepted a position Educate Tour llowels With Casoarets.
All members of the County Democratic watchman the Candy Cathartic cure constipation forever. Thirty'flve years' experience in Cleaning and Dyeing. .Ladles and GeDtf cl.ing .
as steamer St.
Executive Committee will please meet On Friday last, while Mr. and Mrs. on Augustine. lOo.SSo. If C.O.O.fall,druggists refund money.
at the committee- rooms nt the. court Jaa. MoFarlane, prominent and well- cleaned, dyed| repaired and pressed. AH work guaranteed.

bouse, In Titusville, on Tuesday, April known residents of Lake Worth, were The Misses i Capron were pleasant 13 Newnan St., East Side. JACKSONVILLE 1
Kith, 1808. I trust that all members out cruising In their yacht on the Lake, callers at Mrs. Thoiias Green's Satur- ,
.will attend. Tom Joiinsoh, a squall cam* up when they were.off day afternoon last. MILLINERY
the Royal Poinciana and'capsized their
Chairman.TaxCollector's .W. Blsbee and wife and .
craft. Fortunately, the occurrence was Mrs. J. N.Chalker ESTABUSHED 1879.Wm. .
observed by parties sailing la the vicin called on Mrs. Thomas Green

Notice.I ity, and they were quickly on the spot, Sunday afternoon last.Mrs. and DRESSMAKING. A. BOURS & CO....
being probably the moans of ,
saving Mr. Dr. Caproo and daughter, and
will be at Titusville after April 4th and Airs. MoFarlane from a watery Mrs. O. K. Wood, of Cocoa, took dinner
until the 1st of May for the purposo of grave; for just as the rescuers arrived with Mrs. Thomas Green Monday last.J GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZE
collecting taes for the year 1807.E. the boat sank In about twelve feot ofwator.
W. HALL, v K. Wooten and R. A. Hardee were 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
1 Collector. seen in our burg the early part of this We handle only the best and most rellablo'Seeds. A complete stock ol L
week. Frank was assessing property.O. Cora, Oate, Flour, Bran, Wheat Grits "
Crnbb's Hack Line Meal; Cotton Seed Meal, both bright"
K. Wood and wife, of Cocoa, spent dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertiliser Co.

PROGRESSIVE WHIST. From Cocoa to Rockledge and adjacent Monday and Monday night with friends 'S'Ni Si i"M r"Tua7Vl"ed, Analysis,Orange tree and Vegetable FertiliserranO",
# in Lotus ! *"" Sulphate rotash, These tertiliien bis
points of Interest, for the accommo returning horn Tuesday.L. superior in the market: ,and?a trial V will'convince. Send for Kalnit.Catalogue free.solicited. .
A very pleasant party gathered at the dation of the traveling public. Honest E. Provost made.a business trip to
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins
rates. C. W. Cbajid, Cocoa Saturday last on steamer St.
Titusville, on Friday evening last, Cocoa Fla.
Augustine, returning via steamer Court Rat HiIs
for the purpose'of enjoying a game of Pouring Money Down a

progressive whist, given in honor of Mrs. enay. like ifc for liquon.faot .
R. 11. Baxter, of Bath, Me. 'There were Drawing the Jury;, The long dry spell was broken Saturday might paying better poor it down Uhole.

five tables, and i>lay was kept up with rilght with a refreshing shower, .you When buy pour whiskey,either
.considerable spirit until about 11:13: p.no. Judge M. S. Jones and Sheriff Joseph which .was very beneficial to 'the late tonic or for medicinal you purposes, you *
., when.upon examining the number P. Brown will meet at the court house, vegetables. pure whiskey. We claim that therein
; of punohes upon the players1 cards, it Titusville, on Monday next, for the T. G. Ronald, who has been spending purer whiskey on* the market than
was found that the- prize winners were purpose of drawing the jury to serve at some time on the lower river, was a Mail orders Satisfaction Baker. All of our wines and Uqn "1
as follows: Ladies' Hrst prize, a cut- the next term of the* Circuit eourt of
passenger on the Courtenay Saturday, guaranteed.Mrs. high grade, and the best to be proenret
glass silver-mounted scent bottle, Mrs. Brevard county, which will convene'on from
Cocoa to
it. II. Baxter: gentlemen's first prize, asilverhandled the 23th Inst.On Georglana. Helen W. Reynolds, JOHN CLARK SON A CO.,

pearl lettor opener, Mr. The steamers St. Augustine and St. Titusville Fla.NoToBae Commission Merchants and deal*
John C- Jones; ladles' consolation prize, Sebastian are doing a fine business. ,
A W
Indian River Quards Wines
I Coininlsalons.Ou Groceries Grain Coal,
a very pretty china boy match-box, Mrs. They bring from 1.0H( ) to 1,500 crates of ,
Jos. Prltxhard.* Ice cream, cake, candy, vegetables every trip north, and'are for Klfty Cents. JACKSONVILLE, FLA."
ale Monday, at Tallahassee the fol loaded with their Guaranteed tobacco habit cure,makes country pi !
oranges, cigars, eto.% were abundant freight on way south. weak Consignments of
men ,
ly provided, and all present spent a very lowing commissions were Issued for the strong blood pure. 600,tl. All drugglsta solicited.C..B. .
enjoyable evening. Among those present officers of the Indian River Guards: C.
were: *Mr. and Mrs. It W. RhodesMr.* R. Stewart, captain; J. T. Knox, first
and Mrs. p. L. Brady, Mrs. 'Jaa. Prltchard lieutonant.

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M.* Bobbin*, COHEN BROTHERS.
Mrs. W. D. Mussopden, Mrs. R. II, Kxourslon to Nassau. ROGERS
( Baxter, Mrs. Gregson, Mrs. Wv S. Oravhamj .. .
Mr. and Mrs, E. B. Wager, Mrs. A.
W. Sweot, Miss Kate" Pritchard, and A special excursion will be run to Importers and Wholesale Grocers.
Messrs.V.. E. Youngs, John C. Joaes, Nassau over the F. E. C. Ry. to Miami, Popular Dry Goods House Jacksonville
(J. C.Elwes, Bijdinot Pritchard and Chas. and thence by steamer to destination, on Fla.TIIE ....ProYisions Grain Hay.FI6ur Grits Meal Etc-
II. Walton. Thursday next, April 7. The excursion ,
ists will reach.Miami the same nigh L of LEADING DRY GOODS HOUSE IN THE STATE.To .
leaving Jacksonville, and at onco all who will send Sole Agents for confined to the I IFAIRBANK
go on roquest we Samplesfreo of charge! Write for Samples. q busine8g
To lie Married.
board the steamer. The
return will be
made In time to reach. Jacksonville 'on Try 'It Our Mall Order Department; the most complete quick service. CANNING CC. LION only. Orders from consumers 1
April 4th, at New Smyrna, the the night of April 11. Orders BRAND CANNED MEATS. |
filled same received.- We desired.
day as all solicited
rahrriage of Miss Annie Zelia Sams and pay express on goods ordered of us to nor
VI Dr.Xouis ltrown IJouehelle is announced the amount of $3.00 or over to any part of the State, when money accompanies Quotations
to take place. The bride-to-be is the Banyan. the order. made promptly on application

bright daughter of Hon. F.V.. Sams, of
New Smyrna. f In Dress Goods
# Hew Spring Styles and Silks
The late showers have done much good.R. Now Ready.

New Boats to be llullt for the I. It.It. U. C. Creech has been appointed
postmaster
Address; City Meat
I. N. Co. at Banyan. COHEN BROTHERS, Market.. r\

Owing to the unprecedented rush of Orange trees are putting on a beau
Popular Goods
Dry House
tourists to Palm Beach this season, and tiful growth.C. WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.

the prospects of a much larger crowd T. Harper came down Thursday Jacksonville, Florida.I .

next year, the Indian River and Bay Bisoayne last and brought a pair-of fine Horses, .. .FLORIDA AND NORTHERN MEATS...
Inland Navigation Co. have placed which he shipped on the St. Augustino

orders for two new passenger boats, to that night to J, T. Bevill.of fort Pierce.J. Chickens **
be completed for next season's business, Eggs and Butter a Specialty. Frnit and Vegetables in
ays the Palm Beach News. The A. Booth, of Brantley, Is shipping
traffic over this line has far passenger exceeded large quantities of fancy snap beans. represent the Old Hartford, Liverpool and London and Globe, Aetna' STAPLE AND FANCY

the company's most sanguine The dance at Mr. Otwell's, on Friday Providence A Washington, Fireman's Fund, and Sun Mutual. GROCERIES. .

expectations, and they are greatly evening last, was largely attended, and S3F" Lowest rate* guaranteed. Write for rates, etc, toC. KeroeeB*"

encouraged over the prospects for the enjoyed by all. As many as eight couple S. SCHUTLKR, Agent, Headquarters for Naphtha and
future.r were on the floor most of the time. SEMINOLE BLOCK.tuia .
Titusville, Fla. *
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Trot
GEO. S. ADAMS,











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