Title: Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00178
 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Uniform Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville,Fla. ; Indian River City
Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Publication Date: April 8, 1898
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River (Fla. : Lagoon)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079909
Volume ID: VID00178
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31876449
alephbibnum - 002071721
lccn - sn 96027113
lccn - sn 96027113
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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'ol. 16. ,N"o.. 8. TITUSVILLE, FLA., FEIDAY, A.DPKIX, 8, 1S98. !Pi ice, 5cy

Reading notice, ads. are ten cents VICTOR BICYCLES at'reduced prices. ttBOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc. anlce assortment SAILORS A LINEN CRASH SKIRTS Brevard School Board had their AMONG THE HOTELS hi
on this page.LOCAL You can get tbe best wheels at the at Screven's ,
Store lot
mrllno best prices atF. Tltusville. # Drug a new received. Mrs. Reynolds.It usual monthly meeting this week.

W. Beers, r -- The northbound trains of late have WiticRK to stop. See list of hotels osi

NE\VS, St. Augustine, Fla, Orange county recently voted dry, Is stated that Mr. Dan K. Miller, been very crowded over the F. K. C. R'y.Mr. our 7th page. l *
and the saloons in that of Bay View, has gone to Klonyke after
county are nomore. The AnvocATic Is
and Mis. Andrew Koch and Mr. now on file at alt
Interest.fllety gold.
,od Topics pf. General Attorney Geo. M. Robbins left here, George G, Banzer, of New York, are In the best hotels lu New York city.
Tuesday, to attend to law matters InJacksonville. Editor E. D. Oslin of the Melbourne
Mr. R. E. Mima, jr., has boen commissioned town today.Jndgo Hotel Orinond will remain until
Gossip In connection Times was lu town day Or this open
n<| General second lieutenant of the Indian a so April 13.
ke Worth, Indian, week. M, S. Jo nos has returned to
Blionyne Bay. Kiver Guards at this j *
,1th Representative R. A. Haulee, of Sebastian place ,
tow ft fiotn his visit to Dadeoounty, He
We.t.ml The Aloaxar St. will
Hallfaa Rivers. Key Auuustine
Bcnsos and was in town pat t of Tuesday Mrs. Sarah Payne passod through receive
other Important Points along the and Mr. Frank Claiksun, of Jacksonville, also vlsitod his fu> t-proof giovo which guests up to May 1.Supt. .
all Brief mention ofnt Wednesday.Mr. stopped over here floui Tuesday until here, Wednesdiy, on her way homo toFoit lies several utiles west* of Fort Plorco,

Klt Coiwt tlnff'Kvente of Florida.from'Various Part* and Mrs. Wm,' S. Glbbs, ofPhtladelphi Wulnesday, < on his way from Mland toSiintoid. Pierce ftom Jacksonville. wlieio bis sou*, Stanley and Wade niowoiking (!. II. Knott h is refill nod to St.

| the re World t About People You Know I, leglsteied at the Indian Mrs. C. F Fisher I etui tied to town, like Tioj.ins.Mis. Augustine from his ttlp lo X issau.Somefhlng .

.ml of Penple Vou Won't Know Picked River hotel, Tltusville, on Tuosil.ty. Tux Collector E. W. Hall will bo at Wednesdiy, ftom Cocoa, whore sh( has Chas. C.niotln mid son, passed about Mi F'ntrior** proposed

by Our Society Kdltor and a lame 1 f ffI Quite a number of tourists and Indian the Court-house, Tltusville, until May boen staying for two or thiee weeks uast.Dr. through here, WviliirMlaV, cu louto to new liotul at NaHUu, N. P., will bo

corr P' ndente scattered along; theE Kiver lesidunts legisteicd at tlm 1st, for the purpose of iccoivlug taxeH and Mrs. S. G. Wotley, of St.Augiistlni their homo lu San Fiancisoo. They had found on our 2nd page.

t Count of Florida. Indian t til vet hotel, Tltusville, this week.Mr. for the year 13'i7.' 1 *, havo gone on a trip to Now boon visiting Mrs. John Uoodo atnou last lintels Royal Poliictana, P tlm Bunch,

Mr. E. C Dearborn after few Y<>i k. The doctor Is chief surgeon for August, and she acoompauiud her stster and Royal Palm, Miami, closed Motility
p. A. Blodgett of Daytona Is a days
and neplioW as far as Jacknouvlllo returning
the F. E. C. laht. Both hotels have
Ry. etij.iyod
THE ADVOCATE, having a framework erected over his vit.it to Jacksonville, passer1 through to Melbourne yesteidiy. a prospeious -

$1.50 per annum. In advance. young orange grove, In case of tiost next hero, yesterday, on Ills way4 home to =The first hotel help train lelt Jacksonville season.

.*100 'six months. ' winter. Cocoanut Grove.Wo for New Yoik on Tuesday morning The Ponce da Leon, St. Augustine,
Local News Continued I and 8.
an to foreign countries. with about 'J.iO on pages cloned Its doois to the traveling
To-day publio
$2.00 per Miss S. W. Hall, of bhaipes; is in beg to call the attention of our passengers.
another one will leave.Mr. for this season after hiuakffisr Wednesday
town, assisting her father in attending renders to the now ad. of the Hammond on

To-day is Good Friday. to the collection of county and state Packing Co. and Southern Hide dk bklnCo. Jas. P. Goldsmith, who has FISHING ON EAST COAST.A morning.Mr. .

taxes. ., on 4th and 8th pages respectively of held n position In the stpio of Paxton & W. J, Octroi, representlng Battery
_4>t Gabriel's Guild will not meet this Issue.We'have. Hatch, Uitckledtfe, for some months 17-ft. sawfish was recently caught Paik hotel, Asltevllln, N. C, lias been

tiln (Fiiday) afternoon. v Tlttisvlllo's bicycle lideis last indulged -- this week been sending out past, has returned to town, the season In one of Mr. Souble's nets at CanaveialBight. doing business for his house on Mio East
in a lace for tlie two medals Satui-
-Colonel S. F. Travis, of Cocoa, paid day afternoon, and they weie both won bills to all subsetIbeis who are Indebted being now over. Coast this week.

mr town a visit on Tuesday.Tlie by Ernest Vanlandingham.Attomey to us. Please pav up if you have received Prof, and Mrs. C. B. Cory and family Miss Fanny Cooley. of Lansing, Mich.; Manager Robert Mnrray, of the Ponce

fish carap of R. O. Hardee & Co.if and wife olAnkona a notice. Singly the amount Is small, who are on their way home to Bos- recently caught a 10-lb. buss lu the Haul- do Leon, St. AugustIno, ituuoiiipanted by
has been moved to City C. T. McCarty but In the aggregate amounts to n Ion after spending the winter at Palm over canal. hi* sister, Mis. tl, W, Fletcher, passed '
Sebastian, were passengeis on Monday'snorthbound good deal to us.Mr. Beaoh, are pleasantly located at the Alcazar. thiough Tltusville, on Friday uftetnooa
'olnt. Jacksonvllle. Some good catches of trout and bass
train, en route to -
St. Augustine for a couple ofweeks. last, on their rot in n homu after visiting
and Mrs. Geo. Huston and family
have Iwoti made from the Titusvillo
accompanied by Mrs.Abbeville lately -
Salter Mr. Flagler's prl- Tbey were
-Mr. J. C. wlio have been the Miami and Palm Beach.Mr .
who her to her spending season wharves.
was on
has returned to St.fcugustine way x
ate secretary from, Palm Beach.Mr. home in Iowa.Mrs. at their winter residence at Cocoa, left Mrs. M. Bonis, n former very popular Canaveral harbor Is said to lie teeming John J. Ilonson, who has so successfully
for their summer home in Chicago onTuesday. correspondent for the Times-Union and managed Alio St, Georgo, hotel,
Elgin f. Curry, of Key West, J. F. Mitchell, after a Btay of Mr.. Huston has sold his fine Citizen at Rockledge, Js visiting Mrs. with tarpon. Mr. Geo, W. Sooblo St. Augusllne, dining Alio past season,
ras a passenger on Sunday's northbound some days in town with her parents, left launch advertised In the Advocate, and Emerson W. Jodd,'wlfe of the managing has caught hundreds In his nets recently. will soon leave for NiaVriigansett Pier,

a, en route to Jacksonville. for home on Tuesday. Mr. Mitchell Intends selling his big yasht.Mr. editor of the above journal, In Jacksonville With an inlot opened at Chester Shoals R. I., where ho will have charge of that
joined his wife heie on Saturday, and ,' and another at Gilbert's Cut, Indian fine hotel, the New Matthewaon.Messrs. .
The "Sunny South" Is the name ofk returned home on Monday. Their many W. d. Gilmote, one of Eden'swellknown
be fisherman'spaiadisn
new weekly,paper which will be pubishdd friends are always glad to see them Intown. pineapple growers, was a *_Mrs. A. Becker, after sojourning at River would, surely a Tlmborlako A Wyatt, 1st*
at Miami In the near future. visitor to Tltusville on Fiiday last, retnring her .winter home at City Point, where managers of Hotel Indian River, Rock

done home on the steamboat. Mr. she also has a fine orange grove, loft Mr. C. Hall, of New York, who Is a ledge, were callers at this office on Tues
All klnds'of job printing are Mr. II. M. Flagler, accompanied byMr. Gilmore thinks thatvover 130,000 crates yesterday fur Washington, to spend a guest of the Fort Pierce hotel, recently day. Mr. Wyat left fur St. Augustine
atly and expeditiously by C. Spald- and Mrs. E. M. Ashley, Mrs. A. Dlssel of pineapples will be shipped from tbe couple ? weeks ere proceeding to Montreal caught lOOIbs. of trout at St. Lucie Inlet and other places, and Mr, Tlmberlake

g, at the old Daytonlan office, Daytona. and Miss Pororoy, of Lockport, N.Y. pineapple region this summer.Mr. Canada, for tlie summer.Mr. in one day's flailing.Mr. returned to his home at Lakeland.
arrived in St. Augustine on Sunday,
Owing to sickness to, attend Miss Susie to her F. and, have been enjoying the hospitalities A. A. Uarrelle, who has been attending and Mrs. James Mclntlro, of R. L'Grimth, of Provldenoe, R. I., Manager Howes, of tho Buckingham
Brown was unable school at the Stetson Uulveisliy, has been winning new laurels In the piscatorial and Magnolia hotels, St. Augustine, announces
cliool duties for several days thts week.Mr. of Kirkside, Mr. Flagler's St. Augustiue Chicago,'are still sojourning at Daytona,
residence, this week. DeLand, returned to Tltusville on Tues and wilt remain a month or so longer.Mrs. art at Rockledge this winter, that he will keep both of hi*

T. Grotjan Ronald, of Lotus, day. We understand he has been working Mclntlre's sister, Mrs. Parsons, ofEatl and Is undoubtedly tho champion angler houses open during April for the accommodation
sas a pleasant visitor to town Monday, The yacht Edith R.. of Daytona, on a design for a new cover for Clair, Wis., left for home Wednesday thero. Mr, Griffith makes a reooid to bepioud of the largo number of guests
Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. stopped at the Tltusville wharf a shoit Outinfr, which has been accepted by the after spending flvo weeks at the of every* season lie ooraes to Indian who have expressed a doslro to remain,
time afternoon last, Dr. and of the above New
on Friday proprietors popular River, until May.Mr. .
Holly Inn.rMr. .
Attorney C. C. Chilllngworth, of Mrs. P. It. Bennett, Miss Benedict and York monthly magazine.Mr.
Atlanta, was a passenger on Saturday's Don Martin on board. They were on a and Mrs. Julius Kline and baby Prof. J. Mi Lnflln.of New York, has II, W, Merrill, who lias so success'
louthbound train, en route toWestPajm'lioach cruise down Indian River, and intended C. II. Serjeantson, one of HobeSound's returned to town Wednesday from New returned to.Ttuaville! from his, trip as fully looked after the Interests of tbe

to attend to law matters. going as far as Biscayne Bay.Mrs. piomlnent residents, was a York. Mrs. Kline had been pondlo far as Palm Bench, and says lie had Royal Palm, Miami, this winter, passed
pleasant caller at this office on Friday some months In Gotham with her some fine fishing down at tho Inlet, He through here Tuesday on his way north.Mr. .
The cool weather along the East II. T. Titus, after spending afternoon last. >He came up to meet while her husband left here a parents few was out dock shooting recently and Morrill will, as usual, manage the
Coast this month Is making visitors detor months In New Yoik, returned Mr. Urownrlgg and sisters whu> ,
seveial arrived weeks to purchase his spring stock bagged seventeen teal ducks In Naotlilog's Crawfoid House, White Mountains, N.If. .
their Journey homeward: until more to Tltusville on Friday afternoon, much from Orlando on Saturday afternoon of ago pond. ., this stiminer.Mr. .
igroeable weather prevails North. to the pleasure of her husband, who and left on the steamer for Eau goods. tMessrs

The of the Brevard County was anxiously awaiting her arrival. Her Oallle and Hobo Sound.Amoug Among the down-river folks In town John J, Jacob, of Wheeling, J. T. MaoDowoH will tio In charge

Commissioners report who had their usual children and little Miss Lena Cole came the thts week were: John II. Sams, Wm. II.Sharpo W. Va., and E. L. Bradbury, of Elmira, of the Ocean hotel, at Long Branch, N.J. .
prominent guests of the N. V. have been fishing at tho Haulover this summer. Mr, MacDowell has
this week will be published with Mrs. Titus from Jacksonville.Col. John Houston, A. L. Hatch, E.W. ,
monthly meeting River hotel Tltusville
Indian this week Hall Miss S. W. Hall John Waller during the past two weeks, and have boen associated with Mr. W, W. Palmer
In our next issue. Aaron A. Degrauw and wife, were Mr. Bluford Wilson, wife and
T.'G. Ronald. E. D..Oslln, K. B. Rauter- had excellent snort, hauling In ovor 100lbs. In managing the Maguolla hotel st St.
Anyone wishing-to dispose of Confederate wealthy and prominent residents of daughter, of Springfield, II'., Mr, Wilson son, J. F. Wooten, A, A. Ford, V, O.Klyth . of trout, with roil and reel, one day Augustine tho past winter, which has
money, bonds or postage Jamaica, N. Y., spent a couple of days being attorney for the Chicago, Peoria Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mitchell, Dr.P. last week. Amateur ilshermen. who had a floe tourist business,
stamps, would do well to read the advt.of at Hotel Ponce de Leon, St. Augustine, & St. Louis R'y. They have been on a W, Holmes Jerome Feaster visit the above place, are delighted with
Chas. D. Barker on our 8th page.Mr. the first of thes week, en route home. visit to various tourist resorts Jo this the nelghboihood of Tltusville as a fishing Mrs. M. II. Mahon, proprietress ofNevlns'
The Colonel has a winter .home at ElDoi state, and left here for the Tampa Bay Mr. A. D. Walnwrlght, who has and hunting ground, and Prof. Lnfliu Rlvervlevs. hotel, Merritt, gave
C. W. Crabb, who has been conducting a, where he and his wife have been hotel on Wednesday.- been receiver of public moneys In this says It Is safe to predict that In the our office a short cVll, Tuesday, en route
a successful hack service between months and la a four to her homo In Philadelphia. Mrs.Mahon's .
staying for some past Mr. A. T. Tread way, wife and bright state for nearly yeats past, which near future all tlie sportsmen who como
Rockledge and Cocoa this season, large property owner on the East Coast.Mr. little soft.were passengers on Tuesday'snorthbound offioo he has faithfully tillod, giving entire to Indian River from the various states house was well patronized the
returned here to his family last Sunday, satiafactlon to all who have'had the pust season, and everybody was pleased
of the union will make this place their
A. Goldy, of Gomez, gave our train, en route to Stockbridge. with her catering.
bringing his horses with him. business
office a short call on Saturday last, being Mass., where they are well and ploasure of'transacting with headquarters, as there' Isovery facility
While In Nassau last week, Mr. IT.if. aocorapanled by a friend of his. Both favorably known. Mr. Tread way very him, has been succeeded by Hon. Henry of tiansportatlon here rail, steamer and Hotel Biscayne, Miami, will not rennlve -

Flagler, accompanied by Governor were on their way to Harwood, Fla..to ably managed the New Rockledge hotel, S. Chubb. We extend a hearty welcome sailboat. Mr. Jacob Is now In town, and any more guests until next winter.

bir Gilbert Carter and a distinguished spend some time, and were making the Rockledge, during the past season1 and to the now receiver. says fish, docks and alligators aro very Under the new and popular management

ty of friends, visited Governor's HarIn trip on horseback. They stayed.over it is needless to say that the house was The branch office of the Hammond numerous near the Haulover, and Mr. of Mr. II. E. Ho mis, this hostelry has enJoyed -

the steamship.Miami, on a pleasure night in town. Mr. Goldy has a pineapple crowded all the time. He will Join Mr.Punderson Packing Co., at Jacksonville, have been Bradbury ami himself had fine sport upat a most successful season, and bls>
trip. plantation at Gomez and an orange at Stockbridge nd open the making expensive Improvements of lateIn that point.A return next winter will be anxiously

Father Chad wick 'of the Ill-fated grove at Harwood, where the pink popular house, known as the,. Red Lion their business quarters. The ofllcos awaited, by both tourists and residents. I IMr.

warship Maine, passed, through Tltusville paper now goes.Mrs. hotel, for the summer season. We hope have been enlarged, and brick warehouse Tltusville KInIi ConiinlitMloner. W. W. Palmer, manager of thai
to Mr and Mrs. Treadway at Rock has been built at the back that
Florida House
Sunday afternoon last, en route to Thos. E. Barbour, a former well St. Augustine, will manuge -
Washington. lie had but little to say'known resident of Paterson, X. J., but ledge next winter.Mr. cars can come up and dischargedirectat Governor W. I). Bloxham hasappolnted Hotel Brighton, at Long Brunch, N.J. .
'aud F. O. the warvhoiisH. Mr! Thomas Dunk, Mr. Geo. W. Scobie of this placo fish this coming summer and John N.Manoes .
respecting the strained relations between now of Verona, N. Y. was a passenger Mrs. Case and little ;
this country and Spain. on Monday's northbound train, en route son, and Mr. and Mrs. A. Graef, ofBiooklyn the manager of this branch. Is undoubtedly commissioner to the Trnns-Misstsslppl also of I he first-named hotel,
a hustler for his company. and International Exposition which Isto will be cashier of the Ocean hotel. Long
home after spending the season at her N. Y., weie pleasant jailers ,
Minn.Miss Cordelia Paine, of Minneapolis, beautiful residence at Eau Oallle. She at the Advocate office on Sunday afterternoon. Mrs*J. II. And run, Mrs.'J. P. Ramsey take pluoe In Oiiiaha'lii Juno of this Branch, where he has been for tbo las*
after the winter with
her mother, spending was accompanied by Mrs. Sidney Friend They had'beenton a cruise In and two daughters, Mr*. Nettle It. year, two seasons.
at through
Kockledge, passed J. who hasheenona the yacht Etta MayIn ooramand ofCapt. Powell and Miss Maggie ofHackensack
Tltusville her to Boston of Paterson, Ramsey, Nearly all the office staff of the Ponrede >
on .visit Monday,her on Bistor way Mrs. WU- visit of several we.oks to Mrs. Barbour. Pellett, from Daytona to Rock N. J., after sojourning for Change of Schedule I. It. A II. II. I N. Co. Leon hotel passed through here yesterday
a to
Hams Miss Lizzie Paine." Their many friends will look with pleasure ledge, where they went to meet Mr. J. about two weeks at the Holly Inn, Daytona on their way to Palm lioach, Miami
ne to their return to Indian Kiver next Wesley Bowen, one of Philadelphia's left last week for Hotel I'orjco de After Tuesday next, April 12th, the and Key West. Among them wero Jas.It. .

Pilnce Leopold, son of the King oftbe winter. champion amateur fishermen. On their Leon, bt. Auguline, where they expected steamer bt. Sebastian will be withdrawn Sangster, chief room clerk; K. SLIItiter
Belgians, has gone to New Orleans and Mr. and return to Tltusville they decided to take to stay a week or so ere proceeding to from the route to Palm Beach. Tbo St. assistant room clerk; Klngsley
after spending a couple of days at Hotel Mrs. Matthew S. Quay several weeks at the train for Daytona, -owing to their Jacksonville to take the Clyde steamer Augustine will leave Tltusville, commencing Ulbbs, assistant cashier; J. F. Wilson,
Ponce de Leon He Mrs. R. R. Quay, being a cold/ strong head wind and Algonquin for New York route home. date Tuesdays Thursdays
St. Augustine. was fine winter home at bt.Lucie were en same on nailing clerk; II. J, Fleming, key tletkj
accompanied by his physician, two members Senator Quay's Tltusville rlday pressed for time. Mr. and Mrs. Case The above party sailed on Tuesday. and Saturdays, on arrival of the J,, II. M. Warner, night cloik.
of his staff and several servants. passed through left for New York pn Tuesday's Clydesteamer. T. A K. W. train, for St. Lucie River;
afternoon last, 'and Informed an Advocate Among the passengers on Sunday'snorthbound returning, leave St. Lucio River Wednesdays The Aragon hotel, Atlanta, will be under m
Mr. and Mrs. C. n. Plumb, who : representative that they were on taain were Mr. and Mrs. and at 1ISIO new management after May,1th. Mr.W .
have been and W asbIngton. Mrs. M. L. Coleman and Mr. and McLaughlin Miss Laura McLaughlin Fridays Sundays, a.m.
spending the best part of the their way to St. Augustine Hugh arriving at Tltusville Thursdays < Collier, Jr., whose father owns the
Winter at Rockledge, started homewards Mr. Quay we have known for Mrs. Roswell Coleman expect to leave Mr. and Mrs* Thos. F. Nevlns Saturdays, and.Mondays, In,time to connect , building, will take charge. A letter to '

on Monday, Tbey are regular winter many years,'but his mother and wife we here to-morrow for Jacksonville, en and Messrs. J. Quald, Frank 'Nevlns, with the J T. & K. W, traLn. The the Advooatk from Atlanta, sayr Mr. *
visitors to Indian River, and large prop had the pleasure of meeting only a short route to ,New Jersey, where they John J. Cashman and Wm. Henderson; freight steamer Delia will make connections Collier Is only 21 year* old, and Is quite
erty owners at Stockbridge, Mass. while ago. They are very bright and will In all probability make their future Miss Dussenberry and other prominent with the St. Augustine at White a bright and energetle young fellow. Ho
charming ladles, and we-hope to again home. Mr.'and Mrs. Coleman, will be residents of Brooklyn, N.* Y., wIkj have and will, probably, be the youngest hotel
The the Wednesdays Sundays
"Palm Beaoh Limited, on City, on goIng
River.Mr. greatly missed, especially in musical been enjoying Jthe winter season atNevlns'
In the Mr. James EHlokey
them .on country.
E see to Palm Beach.i .
; C. Ry. has been discontinued and through
circles, by numerous friends, and Klvervlew hotel, Merritt. Tbeywete Is tbe .
there is but one train a day now each Dumont Huot, accompanied byMr. present manager.Mrs.
It will be with much regret that we see on tbeir'way home, much to the
Jjay between Jacksonvilleand Miami, J. O. Bast, who camo.to attend the them depart after their many years' residence regret of their numerous Indian Kiver : the northbound leaving here at 2:08: p.w. Board of Trade meeting in his capacity on Indian River. Mnr. Coleman's friends, who, however, hope to have the the management of that popular and

., and tbe southbound at 2:53 p. m. as secretary, arrived here Wednesday Ostrich absence will be particularly felt la the pleasure of seeing them here next win For sale, that beautiful piece of property well-known seaside hotel, tho Coqulna,

This schedule, however, will be daily, evening, from the Roselawn Episcopal church at this place, where ter. The party Included the most pleasant known as the Edgerton Orunge Ormond, which wilt remain open from
until furtheV notice. Farm. Courtenay. Mr. Huot started for she has for identified herself the first of May until September IXWe
so long and genial Northerners we met, this Grove, situate on the west side of Indian
his Montreal home, yesterday hunt, and with the church music. In conjunction season, and Merritt will certainly feel River, A few miles south of Kockledge. have no doubt that under suoh able

I Want to Buy down with trophies of the two with the choir. Mrs. .M. L. Coleman, lonesome without this merry throng. Nice) residence, good wharf, riverfront, charge, this comfortable resort will
chase,' which he acquired during a under who has spent her winters In Tltusville Sic McLaughlin is the well-known 00 acres of land; 2"J acres In bearing orange enjoy the same liberal patronage which

A cheap piece of property farm or months' stay on Merrills' Island Bast.An for several years past, will always be a figure In Brooklyn Democratic circles, grove. One of the most desirable baa been accorded It In previous summers

grove; It must be a bargain. If you ine champeronage of Manager Is welcome visitor to our town, and her where be has earned for himself tho places on tba East Coast. Ten minutes' under the management of Selser

*ant to come north, this Is your chance.I eleven-foot alligator skin It covered prized many friends hope) that* she will lend appropriate sobriquet of "Boss" MoLaughlln. walk from postofflce and F. E. C. Railway & VI alng.

want a bargain for cash. Send full most highly, as the reptile before them her..charming presence as usual The party stopped over In station. Very rich land, and needs
Particulars to MArti.% McDostocoh, iade a most vicious fight carries surrenderinfr next winter. Mrs. Coleman may stay a Jacksonville en route to Brooklyn. no fertilizer. Hotel Coqulnu, Ormond.Tbls .

Box 9, Freeport, L. I.Kockledge It. and Mr. Huot home some with day or so with friends in Jacksonville on Will bear about 000 boxes of oranges
of the her way north. this year, and In three years will bear hotel will be ready to recolvo.
Typewriter Repairing .
him. : 5,000 boxes. First-class In every respect. summer guests after 1st of May untlttho
Indian.River, Town Tax Hooka Notice. Fine sail boat, all kinds of tools, etc., togo 15tb of September. The rates wllfebe kifiWitiiftsis&sistirfrtir ?

Has jIone Wanted. Only expert In the state. Control the with property, which will bo sold at a very reasonable t'J.OO a day, and.
tores one of the most attractive general The town tax books are now open and work of the state. Estimates furnished.Alfbcd low figure. Apply to the attorney for 13 to f 10 a week. Those wishing accommodation
on the East Coast. Ton can find bones and send thera to the will remain so until the first of Jane.V. F. La d, owner, would do well to write it*

JMjthing you need there. Fitting out Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.,, South Jacksonville B. PUTCHAKD, Room 417, Gardner Block, S. L. OAt/LDEir, soon as possible toMas.
parties a specialty.Paxtost A Hatch. props. JTa. WU1 pay cash for them. Collector. Jacksonville, Fla. TltusriUe, Fla. M. VAxcr Ormond, 1'U.

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venturerers spring ,up like mushrooms PROTECT YOUR ORANGE An Enterprising Merchant. Grocery.

Those Dreadful Sores With each successive day. Honest tradtng TREES. Magnolia ...

which la a blessing to mankind, is There are few men more wide awake
and enterprising than F. S. Chaffee H. A. HEnry,
pushed aside for reckless speculation Proprietft
They Continued to Spread In Spits and gambling of all description whereby Jacksonville,!Fla., Ma/ch 27, '98. & Co., Who spare no pains to secure tbe Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
of Treatment but Now They are Editor Advocate : best of everything in their line for their
Healed-A Wonderful Work."For the savings' Industry are swallowed many customers. They now have tbe

many yean t, have been a great up. A new and monstrous vampire has A visit to the orange grove of G." Fark valuable agency fot Dr. King's New Discovery ***STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.**,

with varicose Vein* on one of myllmba. been developed In these latter days, the Kinney, at Plerson, recently, was a for consumption, coughs and
sufferer revelation Indeed, and the results of Mr.Kinney's colds. This' is tbe wonderful remedy Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will
My foot and limb'became dreadfully -, bogus company promoter, who swells that Is producing such a furor all over plea
swollen. When X stood up I coold and fattens by devouring the careless methods ought to be heraled the country by Its many startling cures.It 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, # JACKSONVILLE, fLa//

feel (he blood rushing'down the veins of and the credulous. There la a feverish abroad for the benefit of the orange absolutely cures asthma, bronchitis, Telephone No. 255. ,j

this limb. One day I accidentally hit my mpatience of a mere sufficiency, or even growing community, and this I hope hoarseness and all affections of the

foot against aotne object and tore broke of a modest competency. Nothing less will be'sufficient excuse for trespassing throat, chest and lungs. Call at the
above drug store and a trial bottle
which continued to spread and waa get
oat I concluded I than riches will satisfy, and in the furious on your columns.Plefson free, or a regular alze for BOo and 91.00..Guaranteed .
exceedingly palatal.
scramble for the'se,. the victims of is near DeLand, In a region to cure or price refunded.A .
needed a blood purifier and I began taking
Hood'a Bamaparllla. In a abort time this mania act as though they bad been that suffered during the past winter, and

those dreadful aoroe fvhloh had caused bitten by a golden tarantula. Can we Mr. Kenney'a place is 1n a peculiarly exposed sensation has been created In Madagascar

me ao much suffering, began to heal. I believe that all this would take place position in that region. by the appearance of a carriage InthestVeetsof G-rocexios, lE xvLit aoa.d. IFxoa.a.c-
kept on faithfully with Hood'a Sarsapsrilla unless tho moral vialon were first distorted There is no sign of frost about the place
Antananarivo. It Is the 131 and 133 East Bay Street and 6 and 8 Newnan Street,
and in a abort time my limb waa so that wealth and worth have anywhere. He had trees loaded with
that the jq.olac.iaoxx'Olll.o.ONE I
first has ever been in country
completely healed and the aorea gave meno been confounded t fruit, some 300 6r 400 boxes not gathered a

more pain. I cannot be too thankful The truth Is, men seldom perceive and all of .his trees have been covered and belongs to the mayor of the city,
for the wonderful work Hood'a Barsaparllla Captain Desloins. OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE
wherein true worth lies. As Juvenal, with bloom this year, and he has the cmWe
haa done for me." MRS. A. E.
nearly eighteen centuries said in prospect of a very large crop.
Gilbon, Jiartland, Vermont. his tenth Satire: "Among all the'Inhabitants This has been accomplished by keeping That tired feelfnaf Is due to impoverished are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and CowPeuaranteed
? SarsaS blood. Hood's Sarsnpartlla enriches genuine. We also carry a full line of nay, Grain and Feed. w
Hood of the earth, from Cadiz to the fires in his grove during the past and vitalizes the blood and gives your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased. *

parlllaIt Indies, hoW few are to be found capable four years. He has gone about It systematically strength, energy and vigor. Be sure to MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE

the best In fact the One True Blood Purlfler. of forming a sane judgment of what is every year, and his example get Hood's.Hood's FLA.E. .

Hood'* PHI* cure all liver Ilia. 24 cents.NASSAU'S truly good, or truly evil ? now few can can be followed by other growers, and

penetrate that mist of error which circumscribes their groves rendered almost absolutely Pills are purely vegetable and WisrciiKNBAcn, Manager. F. G. Riisseli,, Treu
all our views. The greater safe, and there is no patent on it either. do not purge, pain or gripe. All druggists

PROPOSED HOTEL.It number tie the noose for themselves by The past winter had the most cold of 23c.Woman. MACHINE

the treasures which their anxious caies all the past four 'years, and he had to FLORIDA WORKS

Will Not lie Ilullt This Season.Mr. and labors have amassed. They blindly keep his fires going nine nights, his : "You're the first tramp I've ,

toll to exceed other men In wealth, as longest experience in any one winter.He seen about here this Bummer." Tramp: IRON and BRASS CASTINGS.
J. A. McDonald Is at In '
present much as a whale exceeds tho dolphin; places his little piles of fuel between "Yes ma'am; I was always noted for my

Nassau, having come Jover to propose a and their success ensures their destruction. each of his trees, has some fat pine enterprise and push." General Repairing Promptly & Accurately Done
change of plan in tho hotel scheme. It ,
What Is the object of the first splinters in each pile, covered over with
having come to Mr. Flagler's knowledge
and most earnest prayer in every temple? a large piece to keep them dry. Ooing Columns Shafting, Pulleys
that a great many of oilr people preferred Beware of Ointments for Catarrh Iron Building Hangs,
Riches. Ureat gods, they cry, multiply along with a torch and a kerosene can an
that tiie new hotelshould be built on that contain and Boxes in Stocl.
our gains; of all the coffeis deposited inTrojan's acre can he fired in a few minutes. Sash Weights and Grate
the Fleming site and that there
square palace, let mine be the laigest Firing every fourth pile Teduced the Mercury.As Saw Mandrels of all j5lMFurnished.
would be great architectural difficulties
and best filled. Infatuated Is poison surrounding temperature by the thermometer Bars a Specialty.
In the way of building on the Royal Victoria .
mixed in the simple earthen ? No, about five degrees; every third mercury will surely destroy the sense
site, he proposes} to revert, In part, cup of the smell and completely derange the
the drugged bowl is that which Is one reduced it from seven to eight degrees
to the -original scheme, lie would. Incase whole system when entering It through
his offer Is accepted, proceed to Improve adorned with gold and gems, and and firing the whole 'lot reduced the mucous surfaces. Such articles Telephone 102. Offioe and Shops atEnd of Yladuct in RiversldJ
sparkles with the delicious wlnp ofSetla. it fifteen degrees, whloh would be an should never be used except on prescriptions
11. V. hotel, and have it fitted
." element of safety for almost, any temperature from reputable physicians, as the JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.To .
with rriodern improvements,'and would damage they will do is ten fold to the
The secular we ever have.Mr. .
wise of all
build a splendid hotel on the Flomingalto. good you can possibly obtain from them.Hall's .
against the folly of thinking too Kinney fired ten acres this winter Catarrh Cure manufactured
In case It boenma necessary, Mr.Flagler by
would Increase the accommodation lightly of riches, or of deeming that at a coat of less than 1100, and a' great F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains CH S- H33FMne 3L. TJ" 3ivdC cSc CO.,

worth In any way depends upon wealth. many of the growers who take charge of no mercury, and is taken Internally, DEALERS INtxx
at the K. V. hotel. lie offers the
acting.directly the blood and mucous
The their own could do it for less.
eum of $10,000 and thej materials of the same sentiment abounds In Holy groves surfaces of the system. In buying "VV/ines
old barracks (which ho Would pull down) Writ.We are told in the book of Proverbs This included cost of wood and labor Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the

for building barraokit'fof' tho Nassau "Labor not to be rich. Better is employed, and he will probably have genuine. It is taken internally and is 417, 410VT.. Bar St.,

antaf to provide suitable constabulary accommodation the poor that walketh in his uprightness several thousand dollarsworth, of oranges Co.made Testimonials In Toledo, O.free., by*F. J. Cheney & JACKSONVILLE, \ FLA

-than he that Is that he would not otherwise have
for thorn until their new perverse in his ways, B3T Sold by druggists, 75o per bottle. 4 RICH WINES create good, rich 1
though he be rich." David said: "If had. tby blood. Don't make the mliuki <
quarters were completed. The new proposals lui
}ing sour poor wine lierauw It 1cheap.
thus outlined are, we understand, riches increase sot not your heart upoSithem. Considering that so mapy of our [Send the Advocate an order for any It Is not. It has a natty, dgreeable
." Christ of are surrounded by pine forests effect upon the fj tcni, sbllii
spoke "the deceitfulness groves ,
to be considered job printing need.]
at' a meeting of the you good wine is ally] not enpenilve, m
Executive Council to he held on Mon of riches,," and "how hardly shall how easy it would have been to have satisfied gives you that. pulled-together, *]

day. they that have riches enter into the saved hundreds of them by the same We make feeling.ras a Specialty of Nortbfux.jma .
method and at small Car* Constipation Forever. Mountain Dew Corn V hltkey.ltm
Kingdom God. He distinguished systematlo so acost.
Should the new proposals be accepted, Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic lOo or 25a years old, S2.B0 per gallon.
our city will bo splendidly equipped for clearly between "the unrighteous mammon .* Mr. Kinney, who resides In HOiCC, (all to cure, druggists refund money. Parties living in Dry Tokdi *1U It
Chicago, has his superintendent secure well to order from us, as we cm u
receiving visitors. The fame of our Island "the true riches, and .said: the wood during his slack times, and them 60 per cent,on all orders,

as a health resort has spread far and "Woe unto you that are rich t for ye has.it all ready placed at the time of approaching Tax Assessor's Notice. Ky*Always send money with otdm
W will
e not open new account! tmk
have "
wide, and thero seeina to be no reason to recolved your consolation. frost. He has not only preserved Suitable Jacksonville reference It pit
We gather from all these that material his grove, but his nurseries also No Goods sent C. O. D to Vn Turn
doubt that we shall, under the new conditions in the same way.no I will be at the following places for Agent for Indianopolis Itmclug Cd
have riches alone cannot confor any worth the of Brewers and Bottlers,Indianapolis,ItfMerritt
multitudes of visitors every has many visitors, who come to assure purpose assessing taxes for the
winter. Some of thorn will prefer such through their possession.that; they are themselves of these facts, and the year 1808: Hercules Malt Tonic, S2.28 per case J Clayton & Russell Wild Cherry Brandy,(4.(50( per cue.

Accommodation as would be furnished oft tlmos a hindrance or* a' snare; that most of them go away exclaiming, "How Saturday, April 2nd
they lead many to perdition, nnd in most foolish I have been I" T. Shlloh, Tuesday, 6th
1> the hotel .others that of the
y rojuvomited Ilaulover, Wednesday,, 0th SAW AND P1VANINO MILLS, JACKSONVILLE YARD,
R. V. hotel, and others, who oases exercise an injurious and withering Titusville, Thursday, 7thFriday. Fxlatka, Flu. E. Bay St., Foot of Catheria.

tlo not like hotel life,. that of private Influence oh character! Yet, It cannot April WWdom.Be Mims, 8th

be denied that they are powerful for LaGrange, Saturday, 0th
hoarding houses. We hope therefore
that such an arrangement maybe arrived good as well as evil, and that In the sure that your blood Is pure, your Canaveral* Tuesday, 12thbe ,

bands of the comparatively' few who appetito good, your digestion perfect.To'purify Blanks will left at all the post-
at botweon Mr. Flagler anil the representatives know how them your blood and build up offices In the county for the purpose of Manufacturers of ,
of our peoplii as will be mutually to use aright, th>y may your health, take Hood's Sarsaparilla. making returns. J. F. Wooten,

advantageous, and, that the proposed be made the meaps of unbounded usefulness This medicine has accomplished remarkable Assessor.

hotel will be erected on the magnlflcentvsite ; of mitigating misery and promoting cures of blood diseases. It is Cypress Lumber Shingles and lath.A .
knowledge and the One True Blood Purifier.Hood's ,
which Fleming square and It happiness, of Sarsaparilla has to make
alone supplies. Nassuiu Guardian, 2HuMarch. ( rescuing the weak and honoring the you well by.puiifylng and power enriching LITHIA SPRINGS, GA, large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, celling*siding,' mouldingsshlngl*

i f worthy. your blood, giving you an appetite, and lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypresmouldings

[To be continued In our next Issue.] nerve, mental and digestive strength. SWEKTWATKR PARK HOTEL.lithla of all patterns a specialty. *

Springs, Near Atlanta, (la. When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see tu.
Since the above was In type, Contractor The first mention made of coal as a Rome's catacomb, of St. Callxtus, Is Florida,and New York sleepers pass our door.
McDonald' has returned to Miami, fuel is in the records of the now lighted by electricity, and the system Hotel opens Feb. 18. Toe most healthful loca
Abbey ofPnterboro will be extended tion In the South. Never
soon to. allthecatacombs. any canes of conta-
and ho says that for various reasons the England, ii\\ the year 800 A.V. or infectious diseases, or even malaria,
hotel will not be built this year. This uat the place to spend tbe spring months without B. DAWSON
where is found .
an 'entry for 12 cartloads risk. Not aa cold as mountain resorts, nor ,
will be a great disappointment to' many of 'fossil fuel." JIow toLook Good. too warm to be safe. Rooms with both grates
and steam heat, electric lights, private baths,
hundreds of workmen who expected to Wholesale and BetallV7.
i and toilets, hot and cold running water. Bun
get employment on the building thlsummer. Good looks parlors and glass-Inclosed porches. Stop over
are really more skin privileges. Hotel eost $260,000. ah kinds of
mother Is the deep, depending entirely on a healthy P81 "!1 b5? d>he wrongest Lithla water
condition of all the vital organs. If the known for rheumatism, kidney and bladder
happiest being 'troubles. Send for circular. MERCHANT.
S3 60 to
per :
WORTH.hy in this world liver is inactive, you have a bilious look; its to S2S per week; less by tbe month. H. T.
To hold in net if vour stomach is disordered, you have Blake,late of rase Christian and Manitou,Colo.
arms the dear a dyapeptto look; if your'kidneys are
; iady cook {net tbmsksske claflin) little .life affected, you have a pinched look. Secure

own part of life her nest very good health, and you'will surely ALEX NEAR. ERNEST TAYLOR. 1 19 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.

For tfi* Indian Jtivtr Advocate: ling, truMinr have good looks. "Electrlo Bitters" isa
and dependent good alterative and tonic. Acts directly NEAR & TAYLOR Fine Old Liquors Imported and Domestic Wines IH
A good old Anglo-Saxon word, strangely on her protecting on the stomach, liver and kidneys, ,
love, is the sweet- urines the blood, cures 'pimples, (Sucosssors to John McAllister.),
abused and mis-applied, is"the word eat, most sacred responsibility lotches and bolls, and gives a good Mexican and Florida Cigars.JFZIViE

"worth," moaning' value. For if anyone existance.of.*) woman's oomplectlon. Every bottle guaranteed. Artesian Well 'Contractors .

now-a-days should ask concerning But many a womanapproachins Sold at F. S. Chaffee Jfc'Co's. drug jJJSCK* aROCERlES.WHJSKEYS .
another, what la he wortlif Or, what is the time store. Price 6O0 per bottle. I EAU GALLIE, FLA.

his worth. The answer wouUi invariably most iof deeply.motherhood iu dntie feels from $2.00 Per Gallon upwards. I .handle Ino Compound Goo*
'be given by naming a certain amount of trials. She is .burdened K T" Price List upon application.. Tour Jug Trade Spliolted. ,

money or, that equivalent In material unreasonable with a sense of'anxiety and Ifjou wish to open an, account ypu must give first-olaas city references."I .
wealth which he might chance to pos This-state'of mind is as.
Thus favorable both to 'the LARGEST DEALERS IN
sess. a contemptuous estimate isexpressed

by saying of one'that he ia pective mother mother may and insure the child herself, \hiclea, Harness, TBE .SOUTHERN FUEL & SUPPLY CompJ

not worth a groat, while ,the worlclly against fire the slightest/ear of danger or esces> :
pain by the use of Pr. Pierce's
everywhere are ready to fall down and Prescription, during the period of Favorite expecteacy. i Wagons, Bicycles,

worship a man who Is reputed to berich. coming. of This baby' Prescription ' makes the- In the South. Wood Coal Coke Brici Lime Cement
absolutely safe ;
aad ,
With them the more he has the auvely painless. Correspondence Solicited. *SABEL BROS. ,

greater,Is his worth. }n himself he maybe It rives elastic endurance to the organism
specially concerned in i motherhood, aad Repository, Toot of Laura Street Vitrified Paying
mean, Ignorant, vicious and .of despicable healthy vitality to the nerve-centres. It JACKSONVILLE. andSityjtft.Brick.

character, but gold glides all makes the mother strong and cheerful. It

things no matter how base. lives her recuperative power. It promotes 408 West
abundant nourishment and Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla. Telephone
provides con Wv. J. Harkisheimkr, Pres. II. E. IIabkisbeimeb ,
The tendency to give a fictitious value stitutional health and energy for the child. Seo'y A Treas.Tbe .

to the individual on account of his possessions It is the only positive specific for all dis J. K. MUNNERLYN, General JfanaffW

la not one of tho highest traits an ease educated* of the feminine and skilled organism specialist, devised in this by Elgin Butter. Company of Florida.

.of human particular field of practice. It c* Invite
nature, although it is well sale exceeda yonv Attention to my Complete Stock of
conjoined sale of all other snedicinea
nigh universal. We are bound to recognize for women. WHOLESALE OXLT.33"in.ttex"a,2a. .

in it the sordid current of thought am wrr thankftil for what Dr. ricrcc's Fa -* HARDWARE AND CROCKERY 4-
vorite Prescription hss done for ro ,"writes afro.
which affects all people, and has left Its " B. Smith, of OraolaKlk Co... Kansas. .& Ch.eeso

impression la every national history, euch About pains a I month could stand before up I only waa confined a little while I had at j'amp8 nd fa"** *- All kinds oBoat Goods, Stoves, Tinware,GrfrST
whether ancient or modern. But the a time. I could not rest at night at all, nor at Office and Cold Storage, J10 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. *nd bHnd8- and Builders' Hardware, water coolers. Ice a#*

immense development of commerce and "S'. "?D benan r ime takinsDr.'co 'd acarcely. Pierce-a eat Favorite anything at So anHhi Weal K801 8 ">* > Blue Flame keroslne oil stoves. H jS
Our used s
4 Crown Butter ia being by the best merchants
the common race for wealth has intenslJied acription and after the second dose I felt better. throughout the State. and bwbod wireWS'P ""* oils. Fruit jars <"> Jelly glasses, poultry
From then until 1 waf sick. I carried nearly all The butter handled by us la the product of one of the largest and best
It In Few the water that was used, a hill, Creameries
our own time. consider up lone aad
In the State of Illinois. It ls always uniform in quality. Harrison Bros'
aa of old, that to sit beneath the shadow other work,and aid not feel at all of one's devoid of fear la the "by was born the doctor and the women who Merchants not receiving our quotations will do us a favor by writing for for lri1ven
own porch were wttnme ssid I had aa easier time than same. Prices. i r ipectfauy. yl1 1jn
surest mode of enjoying happiness. All one is very they healthy ever aaw aad for the rrowtns Brat time.right The alonst baby say JjyWE SELL ONLY TO THE TRADE. This la positive. prices answered promptly. Prompt i d Carefnl Attention, and

feaaten to become rich. Fraudulent ad- have been an ever since she was fire days eld.** .THE
WeatPaljii Beach, ***




sat the Location of East McKeesport as shown in the Diagram Below offers Conclusive
proof that it is sure to be a Large Town and apart

of a Compact City Uniting, McKeesport & Wilmerding ?


tee if they are not Unanimous in Commenting 1"Th. sifv tmt, .. .. /
lttWn. wi : k "
t Place Some
McKeesport needs no Special Trains, Ox Boasts or W Bands to Attract .Uteut.on. ,0 ,t/
'Merita. It Speaks for Itself, i

p FRO M a <-*.

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We have for"the past three years made the unchallenged claim/or East McKeesport that there Is no other spot TAYLOK, HOMING *'SCOTT, the well known engineers, from actual surveys find th *e towns are'within
> the world-where so many men are employed within such a small radius,and that you might not feel this was anHe radius of two and one-half miles of East McKeesport, many only half that distant away. In these daysjof skepticism
boast we submit evidence that ought to be conclusive proof. we do not ask you to draw on'your faith to convince you of our a *ertlon, but bring such testimony that yourjeye*
and President'of might support your reason. These gentlemen write us;
of the McKeesport Times, the
MR.W.S.ABBOT, a life-long resident of McKeesport,editor
oard of Trade, who from superior opportunities of gathering statistics ought tojw an authority, places the number As per your request we furnish you the air Hue distance Jrom Borough of East McKeesporJ to the following
roployed in the mills about East McKeesport at 00,000. Mr. Abbot says: tIt bdrougb lines and other points:

would be a very conservative estimate to state that 60,000 men were employed in the industries and1 of in McKeesrt Braddock Borough Line, 2 A 0-10 miles.01O Port Perry-B.A O. Station, 1 A 7-0 mlleiI
> ,Wilmerding, Pitcairn,and it can be truthfully justice
Duiuesne, Homestead, Braddock, East Tittsburg Pitcairn Borough Dine, Turtle Creek Borough J.ftie,
ted they are the most substantial in the country and have the brightest prospects: for a prosperous future.SW4 1
Demmler B. & O. Station, 1 & 1.10 Huquetne BoroughLine A 1-10
McKeesport,E.'E. 6th Ave./ 1 A 2-10 East Pittsburg Borough Line, 1 A 2-10 *

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M* f \ <&/ >< *'lU++ /&n fDEVENNY

BROS.," 1 General Agents, McKeesport, Pa.iTA'i. .

EDWARD STILING, Agent, Cocoa Rla.v Ml

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. received from General Lee to the of'the party. West Palm Beach.W. SAYE MONEY And Boy From *

effect that American citizens in The youn men of Lot us.are organising

Cuba 'could not leave, the Island bythut ft regiment to'go to war with.Spain,
WBaKLT JOI IHAL BRVOTHS TO THI UKVItlOrMKNT /- If called free L. Willemeyer takes the position
upon, to help tbe poor
timV and that their lives
Or THS IMDMllC WVII, LA KBWOttTH Cubans from Spanish tyranny. vacated by A. 8. Lnmond as chief clerk
A.KD BIHCAsYWM BV MDOTION*. would undoubtedly be endangered in the freight office heio.Geo. .

if the message preceded their departure. (leans are still leaving our shores, but W.and Ben Potter are now riding Feed Garden Seeds
returns are net an satlafactory as Grain Hay Flour

In view of i hit fact the Cleveland wheels, and are !
PUBLI8UEU BVHitY fKIDAV.'Cuaklks they weio a while hack. The St, Sebastian 18i: moilel Grit
President has seen tit to witholdIlia bad on three thousand packages on justly proud of their mounts.Commodate ,

views and advice in 'the present her last trip north. Chas. J. Claike and son Meal and Cotton Seed Meal.
It. WaifOM, Kdltar A l r>prletnr.U. and
unsatisfactory state'of affairs until The ball given at.It. U. Stewart's Kililny have gone'on a cruise to the Kejs ,

Monday next ; and by that time nlglit. lust was a buccbhh In every Key West. In the Commodoiu'sline.yachtAim.i. Agent for Gray Mlneial Ash, kill* all kinds of Insects; Harmleg.
Quite a number fiom Lotna ubeast.
K. Ic|>a.rtiiiei>t4>f Agriculture U I* to be hoped that tb e difficulty prettr-it way among them being J, D. Ennis ere, V.. O. Wlliiims, foitnerly station agent Only sell for cash on I ho Closest Margins. Wjite for quotations USUISebastian.
will'have been that
so arranged aconflirt
who furnished rnuaie for ad.
AVcutlier Uureau Jupiter, Flu.' Tllusville, is now tho full-Hedged
124 W. Bay
with all its attendant horrors relieved ilr.Dradiey Office: jaCKsOViueP.E. !
Tin clotting exqicUes of the lottos agent at tills place, having
The following is n 'ooitijKirullve aiaie> expense unit suffering will school, Tuesday night lax weje veiy last week. Mrs. Williams aitlved -
mont of toriipiuatiite itnd rainfall for the not !>e thrust .upon us even pleasant nflfuIr, the chlldien all' having duilng the week, nixi now .Mr.

"week c mi I uk J'iicMly( ) Ajr. f>, lsH.lutM | though it fhould dash to the speeches and dialogues* After the exim Williams Is moie contented than ever. .

1807A ground the warlike aspirations oftbe clues the o.uwd* was Invited to W. lilsbue's <;. II. Bradley and wife left Monday
'IIATK, MAX. MMT. MAX.Ml MIN. w lier of the Far
31SI 70H 7)U 71 Jingo politicians dancing, mid other'' enjoyment. Thoae Mis. Gilfung, at. Macclenuy, from
( 78 71 West.In from Uahla weie Mry.HiiftMis.. Conveise, which place Mr. Biadley will leave In a BAKER
1 HI"H 70W 71* 04 the meantime, trie issue of the MIsHea Olwell and In other, Mr. 'and few days for the Klondike. A. S. Lnmond ,

2i ( 777 7M the tmessage promised *for next Mrs. It. II. Sttwai t and family, and quite and w Ife followed Tuesday, anil Dealeis in
J i a 7> (d( a nuitil r from All left old
> Uunynn. expressing' while Mrs. Lnmond goes to her
week awaited and
4 7 (W> 7t '70t.7 Js anxiously themselves satisfied with the home in Andy will seek his
5 7 80 active preparations continue in the event. fortune in.Michigan the gold fields of Alaska. Dump Carts, Saddlery, Plea uiu and Business Vehicles, Hand Cart lB.etc.,
Sundries, etc. (
Total rain fill I foi tlio-weck: 1.(57( Inches event it should he found absolute'lyiwessary Success to you, boys.K B cycles,
Departure from mutual n-alnfall lor I lie to maintain our rights Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

weokl plus 1. IS IijoIk'h. Departure in other than, a peaceful spirit; Banyan.A. .
from normal rainfall*staou January 1, .
minus tf.IMJ Inches.J. but'in any case pur people do not
want war without a good and sufficient T. Panders is spending a .couple
W CnowK Obaorver.
week* with his friend C. The NewSelden
reason for it, and we believe Grant. A. Smith, R.G.. Hardee made a business trip toTitusIlia

the majority would vote for Tuesday.
"" A. T, .Sanders and B. I). Jernegan th If
"Peace with honor." Sam Boone was here several days
EASTER SUNDAY. spent Sunday l.utt visiting #filends inBovine. week. Door
Cypress Companjl
Fred .Bogue, of Miami, is visiting
Thit great church festival will AMERICAN DEMOCRACY, J. M. Field' will soon begin' clearing friends here.Jas. .
be observed >in .TH-usville iiqd land for more pines, which he will set
*h is-summer.Messrs. A. Hudson Is building a neat
As usual 13th the
throughout Christendom on Sunday on April picket fence around bis lot.W. .
n *xt. Year after year the I&Sth anniversary of Thomas Jefferson's Harper and Hilllard have a Opened October 1st, 1S0H, turned tbe steam on to
the'National As.sociation One bean ilekl over at Bonaventure, and A.'Loader's handsome residence is
general observance of birthday,
expect to ship 300 crates in the next few nearly completed.S. of the and Best
One Door
is Ueo iilng' rM re broad, and will hold Its meeting, all weeks. Largest Equipped Sash Bt
'Kltchlng has hands employed getting ,
Episcopalians, Itoioun Catholics, subordinate organizations of the Thomas Lead better, fireman on the steamboat wood for him."Grandma" and General Wood Plants in the
Presbyterian Methodists, Baptists kin*) being invited to participate St. (Augustlne, has stopped work for a Braddock returned to.Seville Working United States,
and other denominations in the patriotic observance to the
usually few days 'on account of sickness. Ills
regard It m a day iln which all lirst democrat in America. The .brother has taken bis place. on Monday.Mont. And'with experienced management, (covering a past experience of J
Hardee, of Eden, was In town years In Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect thill
should join in holy worship. Members following sentiments from the ansoeiation Our bean growers'are about through thlsaveek. possible'material and workmanship at our bands. Our production will enl

of nearly every Mast show less will be found acceptable nhlpplDg on account of a very severe Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks GlaaJRoselarid.
bigotry in'these days, and they are to ail interested : drougbt. Tbe yield was very' ismallcompared The Epworth League held a memorial
to what it usually is.It. service for the late Mrs. Frances E. WiW
not averse to attending Easter -'It furnishes a fitting occasion for re-1 lard Sunday last,
.Sunday services) at j *ciurch) not newed declarations of devotion to the B. Stewart will soon build a new CHAS. N. WELSHANS
their fundamental pilnclples of human llb- tore stiBrantley, his old one being entirely The trade-boat Norma Is in Kroegel'sboatyard. ,
own with ertyor which the party was originally too small for bis rapidly Increas She lost all her standing rigging i
Christinas Ahe ilrst place among formed to uphold and defend; for the ing business It. C. Creech will have rn tbe blow Tuesday.

the festival of the Christian revlftlon of our party doetrlnea as applied charge of the work.
Our flflet of warships is now ready CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR
church. '1 he re are many old-time for to tike conflicts of the hour, and Arch Simmons and (ds aunt, Mrs. for busiik'ss. The flying squadron, consisting PUSH
at timely review of the
customs linked with l&nstertide, centralizing, Bradford, after spending the winter in' of the cruisers Evelyn, Lorena,

one of which'fa still kept up by the our corrupting i Federalist and oppressive opponents* measures who, under of this vicinity, left last. Friday for their Ore, Gopjier, Long Tom, J. L. Taylor iifSit HAIR AND LATH. **
home In Orange oounty. We and Artful Dodger, sailed for City Tolnt
Greek church. it is that all one 'or from hope to
wh name another have
; ;> tbefoumUUou have them among us again next winter. Point Sunday; the monitor Bon Ton is
meet on Easter Sunday .greet one* of the Republic sought to ready for sea! the flag-ship Widow has State Agent L. & M'Phone Paints and Oils.
revolutionize the
another with (the remarl, "Christls Constitution by falao" The dance at the residence of Mr. amnaalted} for parts unknown; the torpedo
construction and false
\ risen," to which the reply is administration. Mrs. II. B. SteWart last Friday evening, h boat Arrow will soon sail for Southern Old 8. '
made "lie was a grand success. There was a larg M watesji, and the war sloop Dora will Bail >oJACKSONVILLE\ 13 Began 9tns|
indeed, which crowd '
present. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart' her ariive the
as soon as ten-inch guns ;
Wiu. the United States FLORIDA.
is accompanied JdttH. The government left nothing undone
by a that would add to Louise Will be used as a despatch boat.
-original signification of the Easter precede Mr. II. M. Flagler in tbe pleasure of their guests, and one = **,

-ogg< which gives so much ..pleasureto the building of a railroad from and all seemed to enjoy themselves.

the young folks on Easter Mon Miami to Key West ? Such is the < Notice for Publication. Bkknard Abel. Petbk J. Xeyi |

day, was realty to symbolize the question that is likely to be propounded

bursting of the year into .spring; soon, it is thought. Land Office, Gainesville, Fla., 1 .BERNARD ABEL & CO.
4th 1608. ..
but, of course, that hardly applies April J ..

to\Florida\ where we have It would A. E. Bogue, of Miami, spent a few "JCE is hereby given that the followingnamed -
spring seem that our government hours in Itoseland Tuesday. s settler has Sled notice of his Intention
nearly all the winter months.vPrior did not give heed to the well- to make final proof in support of rile
Early in the week the claim,anil that said proof will lie made before Commission.Merchants
to A. D. 32C. Easter Sunday known adage"In time of peace, limited or the extra southbound Clerk Circuit Court, at Tituavllle, Florida, on

.liu belonging to vlzt Charles Orlllln,of Titnsville, Homestead
same day as the Jewish Passover, certainly waking for lost Allen Cain, of this place. Fla.
up 2! i4n, for Hie eoutli-hair of HoutliweatqimrUr.8uutlou Corner Washington aDd Jay Streets, - NEW TOQLIT1IIA
which might fall
week. Our early fathers, however, you are ready before going to war." pumping engine set the'woods' on fire, names the following wltnetiHes to prove his FLORIDA PRODUCTS A SPECIALTY.
rtook the and the postntHoa eontlnumui residence upon,and cultivation ofHald
mutter in'hand .und after building had a
We don't want to narrow ".
fight; land.vlzi < I> Flood, of Titueville, Fla.
jdue and .very thoughtful deliberaitlon But, by Jingo, If we do, escape from burning.. Krnok Kevels, of Titnsville,Fla.; Hninuel Futcn, Refer to Irving National Bank, New Toik; to all Commercial Agenda,!

considered that, as the res- We've got the ships, we've got the KiclUIoune plantation shipped (I54 of Florida.Titnsville, Fla.; K. 1>. Griftls, of City Point, as Florida to maiket Growers ices, whoae nliipments we sell. Send postal request for prompt i J

correction of Christ occurred on afiiMufay men, too. are not even mentioned as an Register..
thut was the' most orange-
proper producing section. The bloom on the
day to be set apart for the festival Veea now is wonderful.W. .
which is now so generally observed Tub Florldjt Democratic cam'paign SI'KINCS, fiAiSWKKTWATKK

throughout Christendom. seems .to be on the move, W, BIsaell returned to his home In FERTILIZERS!
Hence, and some anxious New Itoohelle, N". V., last. Saturday. PAKK HOTEL.Lithla .
very .officer
Easter Sunday, this .year, comes While here be made many Improvements
tbe 10th seekers are trying to urouee pub on his and Springs,Near Atlanta,Ga.
on dajr of April. A piece property, has a place marked
of in lic action in politics throughout out for Ids homie. We hope to hi Florida and New York sleepers pons our door. ARMOUR'S PINEAPPLE FERTILIZER.ARMOUR'S .
poetry, an exchange, referring build see in Hotel opens Fel>. 18. The moat healthful loca
to women's Easter bonnets the state. In Duval county the next season.Mrs. tion in the South. Never any cuhoh of conta- VEGETABLE FERTILIZER.
or inflictions dlaeaxea, or even malaria ,
two factions
says : are making efforts to John A. I'etilgrew, wife of the the place to spend the spring months\
stir up the 'people of the whole well-known landscape designer, who now out rlHk. Not as onld as mountain reports nor Specially prepnred out of the purest materials and recommended to gtw|
Tfsver keteh me frrnwEn' 'bunt has too warm to be safe. Ilooms with both Urates
nytlllnnry bills charge of Boston's
I-IlkeM torseo,at iiaalw, the dour wife nut on state to take sides with them ; but companied her pai k system, ac and steam heat, elrctrio lights,' private baths, because they are tbe very highest standard of excellence.
frill*.; we think It is as much by parents, Mr. and Mrs. and toilets, hot and cold running water. Sun
X.lka tar eo her flsln' style, at this time for one faction to calla sister, Mrs. Lawrence C. Moore, of Eiclldoune prlvllegea. Hotel eosc 8AHI.O00. All kinds of For other! crops we haveARMOUR'S
.JTer sbe.wMttec In a ninute thaa the"Others luedioinal baths and the strongest Lithla water
In* utile. meeting .delegates from tbe plantation, returning to Mel known for rheumutlnin, kidnev and bludder ORANGE TREE FERTILIZER.ARMOUR'S .
democratic clubs of the bourne laden with the bloom of tbe troubles. Send for circular. 92 B0 to$4 per day|
Ruthin' laan'I state'as it
country's too god far her, frost-proof grove. f 15 to S2A per week! less by the month. H. T.
.Have not It down to nsver pasa the Boater is for the other to announce that lilake,late of Pass Christian and Man!ton,Colo.NO FRUIT AND VINE.ARMOUR'S .

ribbon* ujrIKflbair it ia the proper time to organize BLOOD, BONE AND POTASH.
imiMct .lie waaU 'eu jef ahe only clubs. What
nlnta that she will politicians not

4 WtDU> enough aomeililu'(or m la the I windera, tliojr ain't Mir do to obtain lucrative. olUces ? .HAMMOND Compare our analyses with those of any other manufactures. We can v\

Jest buy the atone cut fer k rl fer It "livens up What has the. Times-Union and . PACKING CO. you other Fertilizers or Fertilizer materials.v*
yer life Citizen to say respecting this matter . .
to know this thine ealloil"aoeney" is a iblesaln'ter P Use our Complete Brands and you will get the very best results. Am1!*!

An'. when yer Baater wife; bells air ringta' an' the .(Formerly Tbe G. II. Hammond Co.) prices, etc., furnished on application. We shall appreciate a trial order.
wort's on dress panule,
Vet know thar ain't a womaa that kin throw OUR SPECIALTIES :
her In the shade! Lotus. ARMOUR & COMPANY

at don't take much tar dress her. but lits rot "Coin Special" hams and breakfast ,
ter be the best bacon
"FhaCs in the Miss Capron called at Normandie Fla.r. .
fashion papers whar the party "Coin Special" Jacksonville,
ones air dreesad; Wednesday last. canned meats.
Love ter aee her JUia* of her dear
of self in
trie, r Mrs* J. Sanders, of Banyan, was In "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon.
flSsrakVa sweater In a aalaate than tbe rent tit Lotus Wednesday.J. o.b* |
ia amile| "Calumet" leaf lard.
N. Martin, a! Brantley, waa In town ESTABLISHED 1876.
Friday of this week.' Homemade pure lard.

WAR YET. Mrs. R. B. Stewart was calling, on "Peerless" compound
friends In Lotus Sunday last.C lard.sausages

From the general tenor of affairs Stewart, of Bonaventure, was*trans and all racking House Products.

w<) are inclined to think that there acting business here Wednesday.Mlsa FLORIDA Commission Merchant. Fruit A ProdottJ
Is. no prospect of a wan taking Willie Otwell and brother, Ra- : Jacksonville Fla. s s

place between tbe United States burn, were visiting in Lotus Sunday last.L. jy Write us for quotations, and you will be pleased. 07 Murray St., NEW YORK.

and Spain-r-at least, not yet awhile; Provost and J. V. Chalker were

and the majority of our people are pleasant callers on J. M. Ennis Sunday WEEKLY MARKET REPORT

hoping for and looking forward to last. Strawberries, refrigerator OlStoO*
speedy settlement of the all- Oscar Stewart, of Bonaventure, was The Premier Flour oflmerE0nexceM opencrates, per" n qt* '* "M" 018to DJ

absorbing .question without our transacting business inour town Mon Strawberries, poor to fair. . ..,. 014 to 017500to
day last., Potatoes, perbbl .v
having to resort to hostilities. It. 7"J

is stated that is Miss Capron was a pleasant caller at crate. . ;. ; v ; 100 to 1
Spain now dls-J Beets, 'v' *
per crate Off
Mrs. Thos. Green's the* latter of ' 0 65 to
posed to accede to the demands this week.Ilortl part perbblcraie. 'S'r''i 2 00 to aoo
made her Celery, choice to f, / ' t < OS
upon by the United 5 m Biscuit ncy ( 0 50to
States and waa represented In Lotus this ?. Poor to (rood.... " "\ to OS
that the Queen Regent week. They report very dry weather in Cabbajjes, per kblcrates. *. .,,*,., .... 0 15 1 '
has 0 75to
taken the matter out of the that section. """ower ' ' '' "
ft SlaBi perbbl basket. . . "ii l" 0 00 to OW
of her ministers so that she Our school here closed this week, and For Eggplant, per orange box \ V" 2 00 to SMOOOto
deal and Lettuce, " : . -,
can directly with our government J the teacher has been spending a few fancy per basket -x 2IfiOto
through her ambassadors for days at Uahla.Tbe P 6"06' Poor to good -y '' -Vffi 'i
eas, basket '
'St'f fJWr' 25?
a peaceful arrangement of matters. Misses Capron and C. D. Frovost Bread Peppers, per carrier. . *.'>*i* rSftvW lfirtto 125 to 200
President McKinlcy did not send enjoyed a sail down the river as 'far as Squash, white, per ' >*/ ?', to 1

Inbis, message tor tbe Senate on ttarno boat. Thursday, in A. L. Carter's sail Pastry.JACKSONVILLE String beans, Pe war Zto'- "V ''ft$&%* 0 0 75 73 to 100

Wednesday, as anticipated, the express, per crate PW.. 175 to 250

season for his not doing so, it is Quite a party in a naphtha launch :; ' ::: : ::: : : te t":"- : 150 to 100J 200

/ id, being that advises bad been thfJyer stopped ,at Capt this,place Sweeney on their being way in charge down(Represented by F. M. BURST Tomatoes, fancy poortofalr carrier . '.V- *'M'V.'.' 0 75 toOOOte
choice i.ti'"V 1
carrier. ; Y' a oo t150t
fair to good '.) /;"l\\* *V*jC ; 17JJ"tx"

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S,UP.P EM flTatt>lA3T ftlTEft ADVOCATE, APRIL g. 1338. "mmjijjw "J'LJL-' JUlaormatlon

l"gJ I ... -a-

troke on them. Now, don't you let anyone AN EVERYDAY HEROINE.Tha .

CliOSE OBSERVER. fool you about those places. Just KELP GATHERERS. 'ft

some to me and I'll put you straight 1 Country Maiden, I ha Wicked *ta

tell you 1 believe In traveling with mysyes Company aad tha Tailor Made Olrl.
THE YANKEE DRUMMER'S STRAIGHT open W hat's the good of traveling Four reckless persons had clambered

TALK ABOUT IUROPE. If yon don't learn something? {'11 be out THE ISLAND OF MYNISH. into the stage, an old man. a middle 1

on the road in a month, and perhaps I'll i aged woman, a young man and a tatlor

run Here's Rude and Cntutorad made girl At Fiftieth street a dress
About Londaa, Paris and Gaiv I across you. mj station.Goodby. Cabtae Which a Ruda
old man.New York Sun.Muale r lk Call Hutne Their Vocation Not j ja maker's little girt struggled In with a
Bl Bad Ualrad Man Ha
From a *
many huge box. Town life was evidently neW
Vary Remunerative IIm, but They
Bay* Ha Kapt Ola Eyas Open Do Ton and llaalth. to her Her rosy chocks uunouueed
Strong and Healtay Man.
, Think Ha Dldf Music, if we are to believe ancient country air to the least observing She
Right the western borders of the held her in her baud.
historians, has produced on money
'Greater New York is going to be some very extraordinary
little effects. The fierceness of land, and upon the numerous islands Looking dubiously about, she finally
remarked the
bigger than London, Achilles was allayed by playing on the and peninsulas which are the common spied the money box and dropped In the
in the cross seat 'with an air of
man harp; Damon, with the same Instrument natural features of this broken part of coin. After this she waited expectantly )
occurred, however, and alio
wisdom."No quieted wild and drunken youths, the Irish coast, the kelp gatherers live
siree, it isn't 1" said the big red and Asclepiades In a similar manner began flushing and paling with nervous
In a certain seuso they seem to be an
haired man who sat alongside of him ashe brought back seditious multitudes to indecision At lost she resolutely stood
amphibious sort of .folk and draw their
dusted an invisible .speck from his temper and reason. The corybautes and up, attracted the driver's attoution and
sustenance, apparently always more or
coat "It wont be a marker toLondon. effeminate priests of Cybele were Incited called to him:
new less scanty and precarious, from sua and "How do 1 get my change? I put a
I've been there." by niusio to cut their own flesh Pin
land alike. Let us picture their existence quarter In the box, she asked
dar addressed his
harp thus: "Thouquenchest
"What to London? for a moment, such as we may see "Yese oughter a haiulod it up, said

"Sore, I have. It was three years ago, also the raging thunder I" MusloIs it on the island of Mynish, not far from the man Yese can't git it now '#
reported to have beeu efficacious
and I know what I'm talking about in diseases. Roundstone bay, off the Galway coast "But it's all 1 have, '' protested tho ,,1
removing dangerous Mlrandola -
island about 13 miles in
Imagine an ,
fact that there
Now, it's strange are observes, in explanation of its being girl."Git
circumference connected with the mainland '
some fellows in our business that'lltravel it off tho new passengers, yelled
appropriated to such an end, that
all around and never see any.thing. by a kind of viaduct recently constructed the driver and turned away
music moves the spirits to act the
in upon by government, low lying aud It all tho slio hud, but
I always keep my eyes open was money
soul as medicine does tho soul by the
strange towns, tit gives a man things to body. Theophrustua, in his essay on1"Enthusiasm wind swept by the numerous' gales of how could she "get it off tbe new pas INDIAN RIYER ADYOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE.j .
ocean, but crowded with a population hud
talk about and it broadens him. Mongers? Every.0110 in tho stage
reports many cures upon
of several hundred human beluga
his become Interested, but 110 0110 volunteered
The little man began eye companion
this principle. The Thebaus used
Every little cove or bay will have its advice Two tears rolled
with new interest He pondered the pipe for the cure of many disorders, cluster of with, their fishing iauy kinds and Guarantee Satisfaction
his sage words for a minute and said: and Zenocrates is said to have cured oottagea, down the rosy cheeks j We jlo Job Printing of all ,
boats anchored close to rundown
"HowM it happen?" by, ready The stage stopped, aud an old Indy
several madmen. The bite of the tarantula
I left the bay for mackerel or to fetch scrambled lu As aha took out her motley 4
it came about just after and of Work
"Why, Quality
at St. Louis. I returned to New is said to have been cured by musio, a load of kelp from the neighboring a 0 cent piece, tho tailor made girl as to ,
yon and the Phiygian pipe was recommended
rocks when wind and weather permit
leaned to her
and brought back with me$60,000 over
by many of the ancient fathers as an The surface of the island itself,
"Willyou give me that for this little
of orders. That pleased the firm,
antidote to sciatica. We could enumerate
which Is strewn' with huge granite "
axkod "She in a
girl? she dropped
1 can tell you, for no, one was doing any other Instances of the estimation .
many stones aud bowlders, is parceled out by mistake, and tho driver said FORMING A CLUB.Thay NAVAL CONSTRUCTION.
those Our foreign buyer quarter
in days.
business amounting, as it would seem, to
with the most exact and scrutinizing
was ill and as I wm pretty well post: In which the uew pusseugers might make it up tn tnlktHt or trnvi-l. nrt- and books,
palpable superstition. jealousy, and If yon attempt n short cut lllg-h Kugln* and Flra Itnom Tampare*
her .
the trade wanted the firm I llava fMiUttiM mnmt mh*
ed on what held the ancients, but the .
was among from point to another ami ilrlftwl taut tnraa on a Warahlp.Tho
across country one The old lady beuiuingly handed over Of mtiHlii MHka| ,
said to me: above may be considered sufficient your way is blocked by a continual he felt thut the To liia Ihaiiia i>r unmun a cltriia."I'va groat internal luiut that rendered r""H
the nickel 6 stage cqui
'Here Jones, over to the > ,' sliu wild, with
continent, and do our you buying go this winter New York Ledger succession of loosely constructed stoue puny was being rigidly but Justly dealt prtda."Kaoli jolnml. my xtxtli tho Amphltrite inotucient was due to

walls serving as between an for ventilation in the
partitions with at last aainml ho irooil a aholre. luck of provision
does duck
Did 1 go? a A Democratic King.
sked the little innumerable series of diminutive plots.So Then a man got in This was harder And on Mia word h rournica took engiuo an Where did you go? The king of Sweden arranges his time Hla IraaHurinl Impo to volua"Oh
aud is the
intricate puzzling arrangement
for the tailor made girl, but slio inailo became so hot that little useful work

man."London. Paris and Uerm'ny." to the best advantage After an early of these plots' thai you are not al the request aguiu anil liaudod a second Phyllis, denr rorinvo lha naifla could bo done ill them, and tho. lack of
breakfast with the qneen he gives audience all surprised to bear that they,are a from But wilt you iimkn tt auvan
fare to the grateful young person air was such us to actually ruin the furnaoe -
"Say,.what kind of a town is London to publio officials and Swedish, source of litigation between the owner* And Join a club I know about fIt
the The whole atageful was
oountry draft smoke coming out >freely
? I've always wanted to know. and also foreign ministers charter noiuiM from hoiivon,
anyway I'll tell the level It's Norwegian of the cottages, who are very fond of now Interested w atchiug for a new passenger Itn too Is drnfta ml Uttpid bank, from the holes in the furnace doors.
"Well. you on as well as reviewing and inspecting invoking the law in spite of their poverty as a spider wutchos for a fly A Ita due* are ktmoN w t, Aside from two small ash hoist tube*
bom, itwo for a cent place. It's no and so forth Friday Is occupied IIihIukI,
troops, stricken condition."Cottages" woman waved desperately from down aside Ita rmmlxiroliip M in the central part of tbe flreroom auda
and that's straight. I've been and Tuesday But not Its ttinoa to moot."Already .
good by a meeting, we cairthoro, for the sake street for the stuge to wait for her, small baton forward, there
there. Don't yon let anybody fool you morning Is given to the publio As "fa* of courtesy, but wuereasthe word "cot* but the driver passed ou unheeding uudexclaiuuttous half tha numhnr'agot.A were no openings from the .ttroroom ito

about it You Joan read all of this jubilee ther of his people, he sees even tbe tage" calls up In the Knjfjish sense some ot dingnst aroso, Another InitlaHimlw trtnit you nirTho
stuff you want, and if any one tells and most uukuown being and Will till Urn liHt and round for aye tho outer
poorest peasant bright and surroundings
picture piue dressed
corner, and uuother smartly girl of boilers rctu-hod nearly to the iron
Tina luipny club two
you London is *ny good you Just tell in his kingdom who wishes to speak some appearance dj."comfort these cot* arrival did uot seem ut You think you'll Joint
got In The uew Ni>t, awvat. look upt main deck of the vessel, and as the air
him that Jones said It was on the bum. with him and gives audience alone, no tages or cabins *fx th\> kelp gatherers first to understand tho request and, Oh. bltjw Hint uruwiiN my tlfal above thoi 11 mid between the deck beam*
The little man's face brightened up, Tbe Khali bo all tha otllni>
evenings You rAnd
third person being present suggest every kind /if discomfort The flushing the tailor mode girl repeated hod no escape it became greatly heated
evidently and part
walls are built of_tUe granite it aud secured one more of the precious Harper's Baasr and lay rousting in those spaces tt was
authoritative statements first hand, and, night King Oscar gives up to his literary blocks picked up frony the surface of
6 oeut Hslble ) the
pieces imH| > for a man to go on gratings
with tbe air f a wan who wanted to pursuits. His poems aud romances the island and loosely put* together according The little girl had reached her destination A GREAT PROBLEM. behind tho upper parts of the boilers
improve each shining hour and add to well known for their artistioexcellence. of
are now to the rules a very 'primitive after they had been under-steam mfow

his stock of knowledge, ho said t t"Tell masonry But the roof Is sometimes of "1 am so much obliged. she murmured Tha Mlaalnsj Link llctwaco Inoraanla andOrganto hours, though the main and auxiliary

me about London." Is It anything Mataora. sod, and more often of reed The absurd to the heroic maiden who had boeu Ufa. stop valves were there A board Ofoflloers

like New. York? on the Rams- contrast between the strength and stability taking up fares In her behalf. "1 ought One great lifo problem remains which that reported on temperatures lathe
the Some time people
"Not a bit I know all about ago saw what was of the walls' and the feeble character to get out here, so 1 guess I'll let the the doctrine of evolution duos uot touch vessel got ut this place only by introducing
cliffs England
town. It's 25 year* behind the times.It's gate of the roof the immediately "
strikes eye orders
be rockets tired by a other go The origin of sptvies, geueru, a thermometer on tho end ofa
like New York was before tbe war. thought distress to tbe Goodwins, The The floors are of very unsatisfactory "No, no, yon must not" said the fair and classes of beings through endless loug |k>1o, nnd this thermometer,
in on
Why, 1 honest, now, there are iwhole ship character, as they are simply uneven "Take
to the rescue and asoertained conductor, opening ber purse transmutations Is in n seiisu explained, when fished out nnd taken to a place
lifeboat went
rows pt houses that look like they were the men that the pavements with muddy interstices this and 1 can get it from the next one but what of the first term of this long where It could be read, showed 80S degrees
from lightship
tailing down. 'The streets aw dirty and shore not and calculated ,to retain every kind of who gets in series? Whence came thut primordial

crooked, and all houses are built Bush lights observed from the were filth and abomination. It would be almost "You are awfully good. murmured organism whose transmuted descendants Tbe superstructure containing tha

with the street I ooaldn't do any business rockets, but falling meteors. impossible to sweep these floor* the unsuspicious little one with uew make up the existing faunas and floras cabin an
there At all. 'They' are a saving Blot Machine Dinners.In clean even if there existed tbe will todo tears in ber eyes, and one of 'the men of the globe? the engine and boiler rooms, twith m

lot, those English. commenting on tho automatic) hot itIf took the big box aud bauded it down to Thero was a time, soon after the doctrine light .wooden floor laid over the iron $

"Did you see any One buildings? supply now furnished in certain there ia any glass, it is simply mortised her when she had stepped out of evolution gained a heariug, main deck At sa, with the door*
".Not one,\except a church or two. water into some;iittle chink, and window rattled and the tailor that '
of London by dropping a penny ina '" The stage on when the answer to question seemed closed, this habitation ,becaine exactly
Now what ''I'm telling you is honest parts slot machine attached to a lamppost frames are "unknown partly because made girl looked uuoonoernedly out of to some scientists of antbqrlty to like u frying pan ou a hot stove lid.

There isn't a building'in the whole London Telegraph suggested'that twood Is scajco aud expensive and the window The uuxt passenger was have been given by experiment Recurring The smoke pipe, partly uncovered for ,
town worth 'Seeing, and if there was food soon be furnished in the partly because tho fisher folk do not desire allowed to drop his fare unmolested to a, former belief and repentlug alleged ventilating purposes, passed ti

yon couldn't see it halt the time. It's a may whereupon a correspondent a window that will open. Into the box, unconscious'' of the little some earlier ex|>erlmeufs, tho direotorof through the renter of the wardroom-end I Iby

dirty, foggy place and not fit to live in.It'a same way"It, interest some of your As for as accommodation is concerned, comedy that hod brought the others together tbe museum of natural history at vigorous radiation contributed lis \

an old pple woman of a town. Everybodyin writes readers: to know may that the problem is already there are only two rooms on the ground In a common interest for a moment Rouen, M F A Pouchet, reached the full share to tho gineral discomfort [ \

London drinks ale or gin.I'm solved and that in the exhibition floor one to be used as a kitchen aud and the stage company was still coucltislon that ornanlo txiings aro spontaneously The dork, In spite of It* wooden sheathing \ >

'tailing yon straight, it's on the at Brussels there is a cafe which sitting room, the other to sleep in, no ahead 6f the game New York Sun. gennruted about us constantly wus so hot us to be painful,' and 1
bum." grounds matter the number of the family party in the fittniliar of putrefaction from the \
hot and cold luncheons entirely processus hesitate to say .memory turnpuratures -
"Paris U bigger, isn't it?" provides the automatic method, and I can Sometimes there is a kind of loft over* AN EVENING WITH DICKENS. which were known to bo due to tha board reported as being "

""Well < aa "Not exactly bigger. by from experience .that they are very bead on the kitchen, where some of the the agency of microscopic bucteria. Hut usual in the rooms, In bureau drawers,

London is a whaling ,big 'place and say placing a franc in the slot a occupants con sleep. Outside there is no (low tha Oraat Author aad Hla Paopla In 1803 Louis Pasteur proved that this on tho wardroom table nnd in other ||

don't ((70a make lany mistake, J. rode good. By steak, with potatoes, can be secured pigsty or cowshed or any other "ofilco" Can Ba Stadlad by Lltarary JLIuba."For seeming spontaneous generation Is in parts of the oflloers' quarters. It waa a*

right straight
the morning until < in the afternoon, will produce a half bottle ofwine. with the Ideas of oomfort and decency rises Fannie Mack Lotbrop, writing of"Evenings the air Notwithstanding the conclusiveness Sleep was only a period of unconsciousness '

and I.was InLondon all the time. Paris franc. Half a franc will supply a plate In cold and rough weather the pig and For Literary Clubs" in The of these ex pertinents, the claims induced by utter exhaustion. %

xiM xUffersnt H go* some great bargains of cold meat, with salad and roll, and a even the cow are admitted to tho hospitality Ladle* Horns Journal, "one of the of Poucuet were revived in England and was without restful qualtty.
of the hearth, and this account* of tbe might be a later Professor Uastlan,
there. nickel of 10 centimes will extract apiece Item* programme ten years by The tlrcrooiu temperature was never
Did you take your wife with you to of bread and butter and cheese ora for their very friendly and sociable sketch of his life condensed Into about but then the experiment* of John Tyu- below 160 degreca'and often above 110, 7

Paris?" 'brioche.' Besides all this, a nickel character As far a* "rint" is concerned 900 words. The Dickons drawings by dull, fully corroborating tho results.of while tbe engine room ranged closely/

'"No; she staid in New York because draw excellent glass of bock the kelper cannot complain Charles DanaUlbsou might be cut from Pasteur, gave a dual quietus to tbe claim about 160 degrees For the 1 first' 14

X was going an.business. 1 can tail you will of an the two large vessels in the greatly, as it is a judicial"rint" and he The Journal and bung up before the audience of "spontaneousgeneration" as hitherto hour* the men stood it well, but on the

all beut Paris, nd you>eanirely on itfor'HTe'been from one of the cafe. cannot be ejected, no matter how he and tbe story of each character formulated. epoud day suveu succumbed to the beat

there." center lives, a* long a* the rent is paid. and incident Illustrated told. The trial There for the moment the matter and were put. oil tho sick list one of

The 4ittle man's eyes brightened in Tnupcrad by Monad Bolldere.Ed Sometimes a kelper ha* a right toa from 'Pickwick' could be arranged for rests. But the end is uot yet. Fauna them nearly dying. Before the voyagetwaa

anticipation, ndiie
"SelLme all about it everything." A. Schloth Ilia a long and black faced sheep and some of the black take part in it A bright paper may be and'Wallaee' and Darwin, their medical attendance. f fOn

"Paris." said the big man in the friend in Savannah small, knife, ,' an awl cattle of the country, and whenever beis written on 'The People of Dickens'World. development, through 1 tbe operation of the evening of tho fourth day'oat '

tone of a platform orator, "is all right small spearhead taken, a from one of the prehistoric in a position to save money he prefer* .' In Dickens' works there are.| those "secondary causes" .which >we our men bad literally fought with flra ito

1-nd yon oansay that I said so. "You and a needle mounds near that city. The tools to put it in stock rather than to commit ilto 1,650 separate characters, enough to people call laws of nature, has been proximal* a finish and bad beuu vanquished.* %

can live there and see the town on 16 and when tbe keeping of a savings bank. Here a whole village."Some ly explained. The lowest forms of life Tbe wutcli on duty broke down oue 'by!

francs a day -that is $2 good living are all of tempered thread copper ring like steel. and there ou the island you may chance of Dukens' porms have been have been linked with the highest In one* and the engines, after lumbering<
a night suspended by a across a little circle of stone In a retired 'The Ivy Ureen' unbroken chains of descent Meantime, "'
too. Sleeping oosts yon 40 cents hammered out and tempered set to musio uotubly -> along slower and slower, actually stopped -
and yon geta room that would cost yon They have been been buried ina nook. You need uot puzzle long over itas and would make a pleasant feature through tho efforts of chemist* and for lack of steam. The ship was al *

fl.60 in New York. Interpreter? Now, and after having knows how long If it were some archaeological find, Anecdoteof Dickens might be given by biologists, the gap between the Inorganic lowed to drift Inshore on tbe'tide audit

''that's nonsense that you've read. There mound for no one The mound for It Is simply the foundation of a kelp ten
were tour of as in the party, and when still retain their had temper.disappeared from the stack that has been plied np Inside It, one. Tb se might be interspersed seemed almost infinite, ha* been eon-i Simon'* sound. Though a warship of (rNOVELTIES. -

we started out we hired an interpreter builders, who earth before Columbus discovered and the caiciuod appearance of the through the programme A nieiyber stoutly narrowed. Already philosophy formidable characteristics and sent e*>

When we'd taken -about two of them face of the knew how to temper stones, together with the ashes around with any ,cleverness in photography can throw a bridge across that gap. Hot this distant service, it is doubtful If the* |j

French drinks a-ognarks they call 'em, this country,which no man on them, will immediately reveal its use toyou. might make a series of IHckens' lantern iudaotlve science, which builds its owu Amphltrite could have gone into action ilat

sort.of brandies they are we gave the copper, an although art many have endeavored Far away along the windings of slides from pictures tu standard editions bridges, bas not yet spanned the chasm, thut time or have steamed 100 .miles:
and wedidn't earth has now, some distant cove you will often see the works and a magic small it Until it shall '
Interpreter 'the 'grand bounce discover the proc of the novelist's give though appear. farther to save herself. F, M, >B antt, <
see him again.. Three of those for years to are found in but moke of these kelp fires rolling heavily lantern entertainment The death of baye done so the bridge of organio evolution U B p.. tu Cassler's Magazine.

oognaoks will make you talk French like ess. Such mounds specimens opened, the implements out to sea, and the kelp stacks themselves Paul Dora bey wonld make a patbetloreading ia not quite complete, yet even f J

native.JTaot.because I tried it Four few of the of stone are among the ootumon objects of \ from *Dombey and Son.'' Mrs.Jarley's as it stands today it i* the most stupendous ti.
st generally .
of them will maks you feel as if you found being fine collection of relics the seashore, with the long trailing kelp waxworks, as described in "The scientific structure of our century.

had taken flO.000 order for goods Mr. Schloth mound has builders a and of the aborigines weed drooping down their sidea Tbette Old Curiosity Shop, could be given Henry Smith Williams, M D., inHarper's Very pretty are the small enameled
of with much labor from
that the iflrm wanted to get rid of. coast and valaes these tempered have bean won with some of the members grouped as Magazine. writing tables with spindle Ugs. <|
interesting buildings of this all. tbe deep, and tbe yearly wage paid totbe characters in the famous sbow aud designated I ,
"Did 70a see any copper articles s bore them Islander* by the kelp company children Briec and tneerschaoin pipe* wltbi
Myuisb as Little Nell 'did, with a Among the Vosgws peasant
or planes? amber mouthpiece and gold rim*
Oregonian. an
Portland 1 nearly 2,000 "
whole outfit and it's'nogreat pointer born at the new moon are supposed to
"flaw the is indeed, tbe main of popular as gifts for men.
Pari* boulevards are Kelp have tongues better bung than others,
shakes. Ihe An Undeveloped Idas. their wealth, and many a voyage has tobe Tha "Oallary Ooda." while those born at the last quarter have Rich colors and Spanish decorstloni

pretty fine'though.looked disappointed Some years ago. according to the Boston devised token before a ton of kelp t*procured The frequenter* of the lofty gallery better freasoniog power* A daughter distinguish the mantel ornament*.' {

The little man of detail. Transcript an inventor who had The weed burn* down to a viscous, gelatinous of any theater have a good deal to do born during tbe waxing moon is always plaque* and jugs in the Illspauo-Mo,

at hi* friend'* .meftgerness and heIked a new sleeping car took his plans mass under tbe action of tbe fire with the making or marring of any new resque wure. %
Then he remembered Germany had seen there. to Mr. Pullman. The latter, after looking and then cools down to hard and rugged play Yet that is not how they acquire Floral spoons enameled in Datura* .

his friend what he right into myatamping over them, said' "Thero is an idea blocks. Tbe kelper* live on flab, milk, their title of "gods As a matter of doctor assert* that tbe growth ofchildreu colors are dainty and attractive. A*

.Now yon are "getting the big man."Germany there. I will give you $100,000 cash tea, bread and eggs chiefly, but seldom fact tbe origin of tbeespression is this takes place entirely when they ruin the flower Is represented in th{

ground, them said all. I went to for your patents. The inventor was the a on butchers' meat sad bacon, for the YearAago Drury Lane (beater had its are asleep. bowl of the spoon aud the stem* anr ,
beats and he would not accept ia really tbe "Jlntleman that > to resemble a blue sky
line of sat poor man pig pay ceiling painted leaves ou the handle, j. '
Berlin, and, say, I bought the firm a $70,000Now. terms. He said that if the.idea it was was the rint" Still, in spite of hardships with clouds, among which white Cupids When Mr Labouchcre, tbe English A little mirror which folds Into 1
inet* there that think of that? Was worth $100,000 to the helpers are strong and healthy mm were Hying in every direction. This Journalist, was in St Petersburg atone handle after the manner of a lorgnettl
The car '
what do you millions to him. would make splendid recruits for extended tbe gallery, whose
tell worth They ceiling over time, no saw tbe Dutch minuter ala
I yon hand mint
stroke? Oh. failure, audit and known as the empire *
not that a good ground I'"What built and proved a financial this day the the navy, but if they leave Ibeir native occupants thus appeared to be very near reception dive bis band deep mid abos is conveniently carried in one's pocketr \ ,
"Uermany is my stamping believed that even to find their to tbe United Hence the aroae of"gallery of visitor
is rock* they way heaven expression of cigars plaofd for the use '
you.there? know where the"idea" er when made in gold or silver and en Jjricbed
does not colonies.St James Gaaette. Loodou Aoswwa toll of them before
and how inventor State* or our god* and hit bis pockets
"Why, I sow everything, was whose presence Mr. Pullman ' with Jewels it may be worn on i jjfchatelaine.

the Germans drink beer I If 1 hadn t discerned in the working plan*. going Jeweler*' Circular.

been afraid that those satinets would goWtCtTa '!i

ion, I'd.h v* made a bigger

v. 1 "n i ''I ii prT'ci SffW

Professional Cards. HE NEVER LOVED A LORD. THINGS 1IAVK ClfA&tttib* .One Man Can Ron This Steamboat HODGES & GODFREY

Time AVork "Wondersand Here*
Dot Bka Five Girls Married Titles, An Manufacturers
the ftama.It In This Fact In ClearlyDemonstrated. c
was evident that be wan not only #oU w Yellow Pine Lumber
ATTORXEYS-AT-LAW pretty well satisfied with himself, but
that he didn't outs who knew it"Five 4 few year* trii Dr. t ,
OrriCK Hours: Frontr 10 to 12 a. m., danglit awl liegnn practice hyailverllnlnjr. .
and 2 to 4 p. in.Titusvuak Orange ltoz Ileada,
one of theru married to a titleThat' In leas than w- -n
Brevard Co., Florida.P. record for tnuu a wk be wan tlie moot Fruit TeKet
a pretty good a alxiut" (5a ble Cw
"talked man in t
.O.Bos 108.
who wouldn't be considered rich enough the S ate. rhv.li lane CO.o Lumber delivered at any part of
Will praetioe in all th*eonrU stats and red title.' weraaaked liy tfieir patient on through bill of lading:. Anyone mJ1'' '
thun one high grade p
to boy more
oral.HpocUl -
what they thought l K bull on the Ea.t Coaat SwS "
facilities for examining and perfectltiK "I dou t see bow you did it, sag- alMiut thU l>r. Vincent, 5. writ*for nrlce*. The Sawmill,*sltiiSnTtS'li0J. '
'* "* laud title*. Rested th uiuu who knew uotuiog ex.cept of t Uniting a ilecada'"> the rko teaching, and 73C 5" .,X.& k. W.Ry., miles south otjrataVtalS *

'nol! that the unsound with a title was looking iim>v the newcomer Sats un alllffhts,Putnam co.Pia
AvTINOIl 8. JONES stiff ait a aort of an in* ,
ordinarily quoted at a pretty figure tcrlofier, their reply waaalwuv tZrd

Wi1st "Oh, lt'a easy when you know bow, the panwi "He NATIONAL : ====
ATTORNEYATLAW.TITUSVILLE replied the self satisfied man "So far lit an advert laer,and you
can't expect lilm to be li.uih on that acoount."
as I.aw conourned 1 would have preferred How wonitrrrullv thing, have chaiiKeil In a few Home-Seekers
ite: BREVARD CO., KLA. to uiarry the girls to enterprising ithort niinithn. To-'luy there In not an honeatIn MACHINKUY HANIJLKS FROM PILOT HOUSE.
iOrfr the cltv hut who will'fay that Thia ateamlinat I* 37-ft. lonirTBft..Imam.itft.depth of hold; draws 12 Inches of water, and
Brevard young Americana with no titles, bnt >r. \ lucont hue certainly cured many of the will run eight miles an hour. Flaa cabin tMMfeet, with Uf4-tt. hnwl-room. Two folding bed* and REAL ESTATE
olb County Judge of County. their mother insisted upon getting them worxt kimlanf c-hronia caaee. Hut it la not the irajley,dxa-ft. Ian aucoiuinwlate nix or elttht peraona easily. Huron either wood or coal. Hult- EXCHANGE.
fashionable, and when phviilcian* who are/auppoped to know of all able lor pleaaure pnriHmeor ll-ht fraiirlitor flHliinfr bualneaa. We Willi duplicate for S 1,200, or
aomethiug more theae curea. Oo where >ou will throughout the will alter to auit conuitiona,at prices from t"uu 00 to tlfitx).
their mother insists 1 have to hnmp city or Htnte anil you will hear of theae caaea.At .
GAULDEtf, the i>anie time,l>r. V inuHiit doea not claim tohe > MKItKILL-RTKVKNS Exchanging Property for Property
] D.L. myself and see lhut things come the Infallible. He eomeilmea falla, but when hedoea 138 <& 110 Eaat JUay St.,Jacfcaonville, Flu. Kngrlneera, Contractor*, Etc Send aSpecialty.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, way she wants them 1 confess it was the chance*are that there I* no hoie for Description of what
tve.lo the caae, no mutter where he goee. ju .u caaeaheaak have and what
first, bat you you want.MALABAR .
. something of a problem at but a ralrand impartial trial. That laall.
Will practloa in all the Court* of the State .
ive or Florida,and the United Htatea Court.. when 1 got it figured oat in my mind SPECIALTIES: Indian River, FLORIDA
and began playtug the cards it was so

ieN< Money to Loan. ISTVT easy that 1 was inclined to be ashamed the fcje,Kar, None,Throat, Lunica, Heart, Stomach ,
of myself for not trying something Liver, lioweln. Kldneya, Kladiler, &*re Real Estate
i Hkln anil lllood (hronlo Ulcer" (old aore leg). HOMESEEKERS Agent
harder Cancer, Rupture,Ntricture, Varicocele, Hydro
IStiiieoi GOLDSMITH, The self satisfied man stopped long cele and 1'ilra Kuarnnteed cured without uaina- =
the knife. IthetmiatiMii, dlaeaaea peculiar to Choice . .
enough for the listener to suggest that women and Private Uinenaea of both acxea, are
he would be glad to hear the story, and given apet'ia) attention.No Wines, Liquors

4 ATTORNEY-AT-L A W, then, in view of the fact that they were charKe. Special for conaultation.ratee for m II treatment.DR. Fee*always. reanonable. Who arc Seeking a Home in the and Cigars.

real Titusvtlle Florida. all married and publicity could do no W. T. 8. VINCENT, Specialist. Guaranteed
-i harm, be told it Mohawk Block,oor. Hay & Market Streets, Pure.
"1 took all my available assets, he Jacksonville, tlorlila. South should send to the undersigned Sold at reduced
8t them 0 to la a. m.( 2 to 4 & 7 to 8 p. m.
ay explained "and made a dowry suVXyVr p .o,, prices
lizotlT. G.CARYELWES for my eldest daughter Naturally there | for of the Imported

NOTARY rUBLIC, was a rush for her, and she was able to a copy Tokay Wine,

STATE AT.LA ROE. take her pick of live } rushed matters Whi t do you need in the way of from Italy.

taxes paid for nonresidents as much as possible, got her married, envelopes, note and letter heads, bill

{ Typewriting, rents, and accounts collected, gave up the dowry 1 had promised, and heads, statements, tags, ritrds, etc tWe Florida East Coast flomeseeker. John B. Togni,
onI*| etc., etc. Correspondence solicited. then steered her titled husband against shall lie glad to have a share of your
woik. We have a llrst-rlass 1ob department Metropolitan Saloon 123 East
Bay St.
Kloil.la.T him
'roni Titus vllle, the Stock Exchango, whore 1 gave
connected with the Advocatk
some bud tips, Uxik his trades myself JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
and nil wo ask Is a nlmre of your woik.I. .
iheJPwask through a broker and won buck all the Wo have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and foi Wholesale and Ketall..
J. WEBB, dowty and Of his ancestral estates
part Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest in tb United States.

ATTORNEY-AT-L-AW, daughter, got her married and played C'andv Cutliurtlc, the most won Apply
the 7thCircuit. derful iiicdiuul dlwoierv of the apre, pleasant Establishment South.GEO .
Will practice In the Courts of the same game with her husband. 1 toJ
and lefnalnnif to tbo tuate, act Kentlyami
worked the schiuua right through the positively on kidneys,liver nnd bowels, AS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner, S. HACKER

Melbourne, Florida. family, until I finally married my cleansing the entire avstein, dlapel voids, FLORIDA EAST COAST R'YkST. ,
1 cuie headache, lever. Iinbituu! tonstipation
baronet yesterday
to a got
and biiloun Ha. Please buy and trv n box
them to postpone their wedding trip for of U. CI. FRIES, C. E. chance to guaranteed to cure by all druggists.
I.O. a few days, so as to give me a

COUNTY SURVEYOR. win back the dowry before they had

of it. aud day after tomorrow
pent any by Ornnp Orovu and JtcHldcnce
Land legally surveyed and sub-divided 1 expect to be on Easy street again,

without a oare in the World. If girls for Sale.is .
Mapping; neatly done. Estimates for must have titles, why, I am in favor of I

all kinds of engineering works. Disputed giving them to them, but 1 don t believe A fine grove and garden property of
12 acies, fronting on the Indian River
lines a specialty, in contributing large fortunes to the and extending back to the county road

support of the tottenug monarchies of at Sharpen about 13 miles south ofTitusvtlle MANIER & LANE MUSIC CO.Don't

TrrcsviLLK, Brevard Co., Florida.OTEPHEN the old world, and. what's more, 1doo known as the Brock place; .

't intend to do it Chicago Post flOO beaiing trees; good house, four

.rooms ami kitchen; servants' bonne nnd

E. FOSTER, ARMORED PLANTS.Tborne packing Apply house.to Price, *1,500.00. MANUFACTURERS OF

ATTORNE Y-AT-L A W, ad Rplee That Protect Plaotaf RonnfNS A Oiiaham, Door Sash Blinds
for ConoYer Fischer ,
Attys. owners
Rooms 420 A 423, Gardner Building, From Their Knemlea."Plants Titusvtlle Fla., Kingsbury Frankiln

Jacksonville, Florida. and Their Enemies" is the Moulding & Building Material.

title of an article by Thomas 11 Kearney

Jr., in St Nicholas. Mr Kearney Tobarra Spit and Raiok*Your I ire iwj.To PIANOS Office AyWarerooins. King, opposite

yVtt. Scott. Gordon R. Broom k.COTT soys: quit tuLuioo eually and forever, be masoetlo Cannon Street.Charleston .
There thousand things that full of life, nerve and visor, take No'loBae -
are a
A BROOME, ,the wonder-worker, that maUen weali men S. C.
threaten the well being and even .the trong. All druggists,60o orII. Cureft-uaran- CHICAGO ,

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, life of every tree and, shrub and lowly teed Booklet and sample free. Address COTTAGE ORGANS.....
herb. Too much beat or too little works Sterling Remedy Co.. Chicago or New York. Sash Weights Cord and

(over Bank) great barm to plants Then there are ,

Miami, Florida. all manner of wasting diseases caused Lowest Prices ; Easy Terms. Hardware.

by other tiny plants called fungi and Staying Parlor.

bacteria. Many large animals, as horses Write for Catalogues.MANIER. Window and .Fancy Glass

*EORQE W. ALLEN, and cows and sheep, live by grazing the A SPECIALTY.BO .

herbage and grass or browsing the foilageof A LANE MUSIC COMPANY,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, trees and sbrnbs Of course they
24 East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.H. YEARS'
.Key West, Florida. greatly injure the plants they npou EXPERIENCE
and therefore many plants are in one
Will 'practice In the United States way or another protected against such
and State Courts. OjunOSD attacks.

M Did you ever stop to think why thistles

are so well armed with sharp prickles
r. ii. nouoiiTON, or why the ugly rourinide ntttleaurefnruished

with stinging hairs)1) Notice Southern Trade Marks

DENTIST. cattle gruziug lu a Held where thistles DcsionsCopyright

or nettles grow See how careful they *Ac
Anyone Bending .ketch and description mar
Florida.Ttl are to let thoNO disagreeable plants Railway. Qnlokly aaoertatn onr opinion free wnetaer an
Daytona, invention Is probably patentable. Commnnlctlona.tnotlroonfldentlal.
alone. That is the rousnu for the stmgs Handbook on PatenU
and the See this honey locust aent free Uldent aaenoy for aeoartnapatenta.
spines Patent, taken through Munn A Co. receive
tree bristling with its horrid array of ptUU notica, without charge. In the ,
three pointed thorns. What animal is Scientific American.A
brave euough to try to rob it of its OFFERED OUT OF FLORIDA.NCRTH .

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. leaves or great podar Hawthorns, too, S. MEADOR hand.omely of any lllnrtrated aotentlno lournal.weekly. Larseat Term..S3 rtr.eulatlon a.
fel and rosebushes and blackberry briers EA5T WEST.THROXTOH year i four month., L sold by ail newadealera.MUNN .

Specialist in Genital, Urinary an Rectal all have their sharp little swords aud Washington Avenue, & Co.3" *""' New York

Diseases.Sanfobd dagger* to defend themselves against TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, MJL1.MAN DRAWING ROOM OARS. DININO OARS Branch Offloe, 62S F Bt WMhlncton,IX C.VTrVn .

Oat on the wide, bot deserts of Art- VMjxJI

ton* and New Mexico those odd plants, |TAMPStwhynot have you
B We would esteem the favor if our the cactuses, grow in great numbers NEW YORK AND FLORIDA LiniTED." I I DUO
leaders, when writing or oalllng upon Some of theni take strange shapes tall ?al!. Oration I TK'isI r.711.11.*!! C CHElitANOARELIAtICAI
II ,
our advertisers to purchase merchandise, Q a ted ooluuiu*. branching candelabra or flR STEELOJES.VVAICML
etc., would mention the Advocate. WASHINOTON AND SOUTHWESTERN LiniTED C
mere round balls, like the melon cactus. d SEALS.anASS CHECKS
They are almost the only plants that grow rlUrulI? lSi *{ - X" York,
AGENTS."The in some parts of that countryand there is UNITED STATES FAST MAIL." STEEl BIGGEST PUN

always plenty of sap inside their tough Pul.., ,. DrawtarRoom Buff..Sleeplaf
Confederate Soldier In the Civil G0TT0N Car.between Jwkaoavlll.and N.w York. /jou-mnuirv
skins. To the hungry and thirsty creatures IN THE SOUTH
War contains 600 12x10 inches. Embracing Lynchburg:. Charlottesville, II *.
pages that roam (hose dreary wastes in
*4|and ever 1,100 large battle scenes, porn search of food and water they are very soft seine Twines.A "" '"' ""-*
traits, maps, etc. The greatest and largj -CINCNNAT 'ZZZg?
tempting Were they not in some way PERFECT 8TURGEON TWINE, AND PLO DA
est War Book ever published, and the WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS.en. .
f only one that does justice to the Confederate protected these cactuses would soon be CABLE CORDS and MACRAMC.E. .
% soldier and the cause lie fought entirely destroyed, but uature has-made
'. for. Agents wanted everywhere to sell them to he like strong fort* or great EMORY JOHNSON, Ow a a.m.. mm.M00DUS .

this book'on our new and easy plan. armored battleshipsamong plants. They CONN.s Also Through Pullman Sleepinff Cars to

Many of the lady and gentlemen agents are guarded by all sorts of sharp spine* Cincinnati, via Columbia and Ash vll.
who are at work are making from *"><) to *nd prickles aud Aim hairs that burn Through the '
$200 mouth. Veterans and LAND OF P'OAV. Sf-OAT. IfOKf. /
per sons when they get into the dash.. THEFISHING THE SKY.
daughters of Veterans, and others Interested WatPEFFER'S NERVIGORDld
are requested to send for a beautiful lh XS ttriS RT -!i"w "d ""-.city. L et powerfully and qul
Illustrated descriptive circular(free) Negation. GAZETTE __- __ # Sfitlf"oon reoorer youthful nen vlaor.regain ABAalwtelrde.r.C.F loe* manhoodi old-

and terms to agents. Address Courier- This was overheard on the Bangor ., U.h o0l a "- l "r '.,> *. N.n.aiMH, >. Vi ll y,
-an-n. ur the UT .n Ban.waTw ol tP" w-rvatleas. apply U teeer.jlshtl7KmlMioaeLf rew.r,
n u
Journal Job Printing Co., Louisville, Ky. boat: JB3TABU8; eO .> elthe < r **? f " U.ix yTtVullx
First Woman If I married, a man IIISTOKV OP TUB WORLD'S Indim-i./i'""* iJ.W.rda jT of if oum or mmf d
off Inaanlty and eonaumptlon
what drinked and 1 knowed he drtnked PISUEniES. CDLPTPMAN' SSBV8 Jok *- uontletdrnniiit Impoiie a worihleaaanb.tltute on
/. M. CJiTS'SfSUi/1-111*a greater nmflt. ln.l.tonaerImp. >
when 1 inamednim 1 wonldu t never I' 3H.. HARDWIO] ;?.-BKFEH'SI or aend for Ii.i ,.
POMI TramoM.n.,, Paaa. ? earned In ve t pocket. Prepaid plain wrap
say nothing about it.Secoud and wiuhlDfiou. DSC A Aut. ... Pmam. Art.. P*' Per ho or or s .l.lts A r.
Womau 1 wonldn t neither THE OFFICIAt. ORGAN OF THE TRADE. January 17, 1808. Waalii.gtoa. D. O. Atlaa! ,a* Written? rVi SSr Ww ,n.nte,r.,JKee-JB0M Ut CrewBafaW T dromriats.Addr.tb...
A Valuable
He's got so bud now that she don'tnover M.tium for Advertlaera
n!! l-1"1 OASBTTR sl a .H> quotailona -
expect uotuiug different. Shoe o the prmcipei pialt mara.tsj Sf me Sold by J. B. Screven, only.Royaltansy .
and Leather Reporter wuntry. and .11 th. n.w. or th. Fi.hlna WorlVlnd
KP Vonr
Eye on SpiUn
"*H MERCHANTS for prl or JihSrwion.iiIIr .
There are wore ants to the square pills
Will pi y top market prices for WHITE
mile in Florida than in any other country
? >er' P atp ld to FerelK* nERON ami WHITE EP.RET PLUMES. raits.A .
in the world There are ants that KEWDiaoovEBV. nkveb
Send far sample OREEX SALTED ALLIGATOR- SKINS n.w,reliable mail a.r.nil.t for.up*
than half inch H"TnO pmiMd, ttetnln, or P1"'"'
measure more an in < Mr. Manly
f.?!! 8FA < nd fur > eason). mm.tuxmtton.Now anetl ky over S ,evwladla
length, and theu there are ants so small PIS III YO GAZETTE, Write for latest prires. Inyliroiweaa tb...oraaiu. "

that they cau eiurcely be sueu to move MAIL A EXPRESS HUSO,. LOUIS STEAIIX, paper.war.mt M Jhmim.par boa, lm.ll tml itl.bo....1.J"111 Bon**
SOU m.ImI In <8 nd to I.
With tnu unaided BROADWAT. Commission Merchant plain wrapper.
eye. .tamp,for partJcnlarn. Said by *
W YOIUC. 101 Beekmao St, New York City. dra>s Kaora AMS4 i 1AT1 I>l< Ciliiia,ill.

The Weekly Jfews, Ssvannah, Ga.- Sold by J. B. Screven, only.

INDIAN R1VKR ADVOCATK. APRIL 8, 1898Melbourne. I' j.i j.

Ti ke.tbeloe4p-re, .
wbolesosae and Oellcleeia.
dents arli.? a U,,,,,I'rrtal, * tdo Ktre iotere l'"" rami<> ?non S?re S,' -3 . > '

urt,.*.,r nUTON' MEIJIOVUXK. KI.A.-
"'""""'' " >' !> t>iiilT. over-
lo..kinttlioln.lian( River. nrsWlass mmmu
moilatfons.anu ratw. wssonalile.
K ROHLKTSO.N. Proprietor.WHEX .

Bnianr. Jlr*. dm* .?. K. rsmpl.t-11 "i."Vltl!
liiieiy, NotlmiH. Pry n.mtl*, Ls.nw lean .
'!" woven Underwear, Ft'irls' RenowiiS Of G-ro"wers
iV il"'ec- > l" l'l"rv and colore,!silks, .
spoons,stationery, etc.HOTFL .

POWDER IY "eV In"lm, I"Mr In sheltered VhIYh \ Price $25.00.GUARANTEED JJT Before buying tho following Materials bo suro and apply tous
Pure Superior arriiiiuiKiilatlons. Mod
Absolutely erate rates. VT. 11. CAMPBELI Proprietor.HOTEF. MolstnreAiinnonVa ANALYSIS: for prices, and wo will prove to you we can savo you money.

.. I.,,. '.,. s to to ton still STEAMED BONK, RAW nONK,
HIVLRS1DK, MKI.HOfRXH, Kiiial| to Sulphate of Ammonia... ., .... ,..: '...'. .'.'..'!'.". to 2A k n
OVU SAKIHO MWOU CO., NIW VOSK. overlooking limian RI\eY. lxmieliko FLA.: Available t'lmsntmiio Acid -. ..... .. ..'.. 5 to BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSrif ATE,
scttmi '' '
inodaMnnsand Imarcl. K 11
to 13S
good Rates I (W "
jlavorstioo to7.00 per p ta>.hK3o :. ; ; to s DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OK SODA,
*r week,
| acroVdlnir ' '
location of room. to Kipiul to Sulphate or Potash \ . .... ... 8 to 10im
Hpeeml. ra'e '
people. CHA8. T. McHUIUK.to Ulver Maitnosia, Lime, Soda, eto ..,.. '. to bo SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS,'

Key West.otel Proprietor.suRnt' E3T* Write for Special Pamphlet.By TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,

S'V.M' Dfc. rHVSICIAN AND Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low
[ Key West la still doing a good n Fla.W. H prices. 0friends.


lie war soare has caused a deal of element Iv Metcalf camo up from Palm Please Correspond -with ua bofore being induced to buy from DouIoph. Sond for

lo our Island City. week.Beach to spend a few days with us last rl Pamphlet. .

large number of empty, rapid-fire

', and cannon shells have arrived.ior Large, numbers of our people take LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.

city aldermen have decided to add daily trips to Melbourne Beach for a
additional police officers U> the police dip in old ocean.Capt. ,

:e. The continued excitement in this G< G. Gleason brought to town Tsxolssora.T7Ill
: :FlzI a.eu
the of U.Fte <
has been cause some visltois In his fast launch Eau i MI

work of stripping all the United Uallie last Saturday.

tea warships in this port of their The steamer rpartan, Capt. Alex. Mrs. Barbour leaves Mr, and ledge were treated to an Impromptu
sdwork, in order to, make them ready Goode, cm iled a jolly party last Tliuts- Mrs. Bratnerd In charge of W.alden cottage Glee Club concert. A quartette In the When a Customer calls for Spring Wheat Flout
war service, has been rapidly pushed day to Tropic, Uockledge and Cocoa.Mr. during the summer, and will no veranda of Mr. Shares' cottage, led by
ard.t doubt find her pretty place improved Mr. and Mrs. Luckey, rendered the -I
and Mrs. Atwater, Mrs. Wheeter when she returns next fall. Southern melodies and latest
la stated, on reliable authority, that age, Mrs. E. P. Branchards, Capt. Cuas. ." The guests of the cottages"operaticairs. were he expects to get :
ry vacant store-house In the lower Atwater, took a trip to Oak Lodge last Among our very pleasant winter visitors In their
very generous appreciation and
>t of this citv has been rented by the Wednesday. who left for their respective homes have asked that
the be
|it d States government, for the purof during the past week, were Mrs. Landon peated.Rockledge. experience re
stoilng the shiploads of provi- Arthur Wilson, of Eau Gallic, was In and Miss Clara Landon, Momence, Ills.;

na, etc., that are arriving here. town last Tuesday, calling on friends, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Maberry and family, has had many expert fishermen w
then went to Melbourne Beach for a Carrolton, Ills.; Mrs. Maberry and her this winter who have brought home

t YOU NEED'aGood, Reliable add bath in the ocean.E. brother, Irvln Eldred, Carrolton, Ills.; fine strings of fish, but It. would seem

duly-read Newspaper, Subscribe for Machwlrth, of Buffalo, N. Y., left W. A. Youngs, New York; J. J. Haller, that the title of champion fisherman of
i Advocatk. here last Saturday, after spending a Rochester, N. Y.j C; Alnsworth, Grand the season ought to go to It L. Grlflith,
jolly season at Hotel Carleton, where he Rapids, Mich.; Horace Dennison, Milan, of Providence, R. I., as he has broken (SF1 This
will be missed by all those friends he Ind. the reooid. Mr. Griffith has captured
Miami. 4ilrs. left behind.Mrs. the largest ((14lbs.) eavalll, tbe largest
((11 fibs.) trout, and the largest ('Ulbs.)
Coggin and son, Clarence, left Ormond. channel bass, of which record be has

Wm. Jarvls, of Cocoa, was ..ast here last Wednesday for their home in just reason to be proud.i

; at the Royal Palm last week.Electrio dan Fiancisco' after spending eight The crowds have from l lII
months very pleasantly on a visit to her Launch excursions,* bicycling, rldincv gone Rocklodgeaa lights will be another attract- sister, Mrs. John Goode.W. driving, bathingand plcnlos aie now In they have from all the Florida resorts,
feature here in the near future."apt. order at this chaiming resort. but those that still linger at this famous
G. Gllmore, of Jensen, is visiting and beautiful resort are being treated to

Thompson, of Miami, has been Rev.W.. CBarnes. Mr. Gilmore is the One of the delightful trips that are enjoyed fine "weather,* and aro having a very It is the best: also the ousapest, because. It gees1farthest.
minted despatch carrier by the comnder owner of a tine pineapple plantation in by the Ormond guesls Is a launch happy time. The young men have tlxeda II

of the torpedo squadron.Lt Jensen, and expects to ship many crates picnlo up the Tomoka, and a drive back platform out on the beacon, and with STake

Cutler, not far from Miami, therein of piues the coming season. by brake. a ladder running down Into the water no other; .Insist on getting tho genuine'article. ?! %i

8-foot alligator pear* tree, which The schooner J. I. P., Capt. James The numerous readers of the "Pink and a fine springboard, they have all tho .

> grown to that height since the seed Powell, returned last Tuesday, with the paper of the East Coast" will be gUdto conveniences for swimming. One of
> planted eighteen months ago. Messrs. Ernest Iladley, Virgil Moon, learn that Hotel Coquina, under the able enthusiasm those who enter Is into this sport with rnre For sale by leading dealer* throughout the Stat*. .;? 11!
'Aldine Iladley and Fred Irwin, who management of Mrs. Vance, will remain Frank Lucky, of Kew
.'egetable packers can And plenty ofrk all Haven, Conn., who is like a duck lu the
been on a cruise to points south, open summer. This Is a delightful
here as there is a scarcity of such water and to be home m
seems at equally
place to come to for bathing
p to handle the large vegetable, crop Mis. E. V. Wright, Mr. Curby and driviug or bicycling.* as a swimmer or preacher.Georgiana.. SEEDS-Field and Garden SEEDS, i
sed this winter. bis two children lett for their horn*) lu
Cleveland O. last Hotel Ormond is still and has a
Wednesday, aftei open
The dredge boats have been busily
upending a pleasant season heie. We fair number of guests. Mis.J. D. Price, .

uianut ployed Grove widening and the filling channel in the opposite open hope winter.Mis.to. welcome them heie again next the liappy-looking, is always endeavoring wife of one of to the, make manacera Itpleaaant Largest Seed House in the State.

ice in the terminal pier. for the guests by arranging ard Peter Wlttfeld Is on the sick list.
R. L. Preal, of Buffalo, N. Y., Special Vailetles of Corn for Floilda. Soedi for Fodder
ids likely that Miami will soon have who has made filends lieie lett, patties, entertainments In the' Casino; The woi k on Dr. Chambers' pineapple crops.

I'ther' newspaper. M. C. Qnrdner, for her noithern many home last Saturday.&he excursions, eto. ; anil she fully deserves shed is piogrusslug rapidly. Cassava Seed, 7fto. per 10(1( best. ( Send for Price IJst."
the that has-been
Imeily of the Lake Woitli News, will praise bestowed upon
|ablish it, we understand.I. h.is been a guest of ,Hoiel (Jniletoo he'r in the Advocate fiom time to time.Mps The bean .season Is about over, but L. CAMERON, Seedsman,
for some time. We hope to see her Anderson A Price, the tomatoes are now coming in.

1*, Curry, of Manatee, has' bought pleasant tace again next soaaou.Coin. no also vei V popular, while many mamigets a good, F. W. Mimson Is putting It. U. Burchflel's 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Also.Paper .
from acres our of land hustling near real Coctianutuve estate F. C. Hewitt, of Oswego, N. Y., woid Is spoken In favor of Mr. Bingham, grove in good shape.F. Shell Peaonn Trees, 1 to 2 years, Olunteo stock, $l'I per 100.Fertilizers. .
who spends each winter at Hotel Caile-
nt, E A. Waddell. The consideron Lou, left here last Tlimsday for the L. l'ieico uuil wife camo up fiom aslioit

was $(JO0.sa not th, but we will look for his pleasam visit to their grove Saturday last.E. .

result of Dade's'recent exhibit face again next winter. He owns apietty Shlpple was hero Monday getting

Miami, Capt. A. K. Simmons, of this boat house lieie and keeps one ot posts, for the pin pose of building a deer .
ii'o, lms had numerous oiclers from the pieltiest yachts and launches on paik at Canaveral.Chas. .
and Mrs. C. Plumb of Stock-
Mr. II.
nous parts of the United States for Indian River for his own pleasuie. ,
i giMv.v jelly.. bridge, Mass., have started for home. Werning came up from Grant
Sunday and lelurned Before making purchases write to
allourhotels on the St. Augustine your
Alter a flist-claijs season,
The East Coast Publishing Co. has Buy lumber and other building material are closed until next winter. Monday night.
1 its inrerests in the Miami Metropto direct'from the Builders'

seel Collector. Featherly, who *has Co.St. Augustine, and save the lumberyaid Supply- Miss Cordelia. Paine has gone on a passengeis The Misses lo Anthony Cocoa and and return Ma pes on were the The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co. i

the plant to Editor Hyington, at man's commission. visit to Boston. Cuui'tunay List Satuaday. .
> time ,
connected with the Timeslion.
< Is not
Our town quite so lively now
. D. McManara and left
for Connecticut
that most of the tourists have gone, but For Prices and Terms, Troe'
attention to
continues last week. Mrs. McManara and Special given Pineapple, Orange
deal of
Eau Gallie.Rev. a gayety throughout
Pben in want of any kind of building the year. little son will stay here this summer. and Vegetable Fertilisers at low prices.

iterlal. In car loads or otherwise, the The Georgiana publlo school closes
iilders* Supply Co., at St. Augustine, S. F. Cova will preach at the nave you seen Ed. Stiling's big advt.In to-day (Friday). Mis* Leila Anthony is *
the Advocatk ? Anyway, we are Stock of Goods at Titusville Fla.
II be delivered church next kept
pleased to make you a Baptist of one of the be t teachers we have had.Dr. .
ce at not thinking leaving Rockledge just
your-station. You have noBnt's
McMillan and daughter, of Banyan yet. Holmes spent Friday night at Mr.
or middleman's commission toSt. are visiting Capt. Houston's family..Mr. had so as to avoid delay In shipments.E. .
The prospects are good for a large Hughes. Mrs. Hughes been suffering
Claude Olmstead of Ankona with rheumatism, which the Doctor
Mrs. this
and crop of oranges from vicinity the
Olmstead's greatly relieved. 8UDLOW, Manager; O.
are visiting Mrs. parents coming season.Mrs. .

Augustine.'rince Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Bryant. Breck and her grand-daughter, Item for the little folks : "Auntie" Jacksonville, Fla. Special Agent, Tltuvlte.|

Three carloads of shell have arrived Miss Alice Chatfield, have returned toRockledge Hughes has a little white bantam hen

for the new street, recently opened from from their trip to Miami.J. that weighs half-a-puund, and has laid
Leopold of has been
Belgium, 250eggs. Twenty weigh a pound
street.Dr. eggs ;
y\ag\ our city a visit.he Highland avenue to Young Wesley Bowen, of Philadelphia, how many times has the lien laid her

Magnolia and Buckingham hotels, Peek, of Melbourne, Is attending has gone to Daytona. While, here, he weight in eggs f Florida Electro Plating Works.

S>t. George, and the Ocean View will Mrs. Jones, a guest at Hotel Granada, kept up bis reputation aa an angler of nomeaa

P open until the Is* of May.r. who la very.low with an attack of paralysis. order. [Send the Advocate an order for any S

and Mrs. E. E. Feabody, who own Miss Camille Dwyer boarded a Clyde job printing you need.] Gold Silver, and Nickel Plating-. m
no pineapple plantation at Eden have Mrs. C. A.- Whiting and Miss Anna steamer last Friday for New York. She '
a spending several days here. , GIUIs, of East Melbourne, visited Miss has many friends In this section, and Bicycle Parts, Revolvers, Tableware, Watones, Jewe lrv, eto., ri-platea la 3> VB 7
M. L Jones at Hotel Granada, last hopes to return here next winter. Take Ts Raacarets Care Constipation Catbartla Forever.lOoortse. workmanlike manner and work guaranteed. Offices 61 W. Forsyth St,

>rd and Herbert Scott, Lord it El phInns Thursday. Miss Blakeslee, also Mrs. Law and If C O.O. fall to sure Candy,4ru *utM refund noaar. JACKSONVILLE, VLA.J. .
D. of London.
'9 among 'the recent Sewell, C. C. Shsfnit, who has been visiting children, after a pleasant stay here in II. DOBBINS, Manager.
distinguished Mrs. Chas. Merrill, at the Blakeslee residence have returned
ats at note! Ponce de Leon.'he his daughter, ,
Tropic, left for Fort Worth, Texas, onSunday. home to Connecticut.
Advocatk Is welcome
always a .
Harriet Wilkinson the ,
Miss Coquina
tor nspeople to our city It Is, the and best many of our C. L. Ives has greatly Improved his publlo school teacher the past term, has CHESEBRO BROTHERS '
pubed '
say paper pretty place by the purchase of a plot of gone to Palm Beach on a visit to her
on the East Coast. It is
ry newsy paper.mong land along Hector street, thus giving a sister, Mrs. E. H. Dimlck.Tbe Electrical & Mechanical
street frontage to bis property on
Rockledge public school has .WHOLESALEQOMMISSON
the recent guests of the Alcaz- four sides.S. closed. Miss IIen11, who has been avery .

were Mrs. Collins Mrs. Seymour, Miss Seymour K. Watts, the popular agent of the painstaking teacher, gave the ENGINEERS.Tho 1 < ii'

had been, of Salisbury, England.e7 visit toi '. E. C. R'y, visited Tltusville last Saturday scholars a picnlo at Oleander Point at JTlSH JjEAIiERS,
on a
Beach, Miami and Nassau.Ir..and on the steamer Spartan and Boynton.Mrs. accompanied . the close of the term. Most Complete Electrical Supply
by Messrs. The Misses Thomas, who have been
Mrs, Robert Marshall and Watts was a passenger to friends.Cocoa, the guests of Mrs. J. M.'Paine for sometime Hoiise in tbe State No. 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Market'New York, f
'Kbter, Miss Lillian, 'of Fall River, here she spent the day visiting left last week for St. Augustine,

*"r-, have been stopping at the Alcazar, The supper and entertainment, in aid en route borne, accompanied by their ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES I SPECIALTIES: Spanish Mackesel, Sheephead, Pompano, BlueAsb, Red

.spending Hotel Indian'River some weeks andXhe at the Royal Ornd. of the Ladles Avllah, at. Hotel Granada brother, J. W, Thomas, Jr.It bnappers, Kfogflsh, Trout, Green Turtle, Redhead and Canvas>ba k> Ducks.
last Friday evening, went off very pleasantly Largest stock of wire, lamp cord, %
nclana. They am enthusiastic adrs Is bard thing to good-bye. toRn Stencils References furnlshad if desired.
and betted good sulu. The a say, switches, cut-outs, cleats, knobs, promptly supplied.
of %he pnk paper. Mr. Marshall tambourine drill and tableaux by.the kJedge; good-bye to its noble river, sockets, lamps, shades, dynamoes
Judge Laimbeer of .New York, features. with Its rocky shore lined with pal-
children were very pretty and motors, annunciators, electrio
/la some big oatches of fish while, at school. met toes; good-bye to Its balmy air and bells, push buttons, extension foospnsb FOR SALE Home-Grown
fkledge.L skies good-bye to Its and
sunny ; many
and alarms
MissE.T ; burglar nre Edison
m* Ilovt and for daughter Msitland, Fla varied pleasures. La Lande, Sampson, Sal Arnonlae -
A BB k P flreHIa* Saloon Wine*. nart. It Is hoped they wl These are fine ni&hts for moonlight and Imperial dry batteries, batteries # Ot
miwh'"k'e brandy anil rum, tnanorted will strolls. The never seemed for Naphtha and gas engines;
Ii-i returnTneTfa/and that > Dart scenery i i ]
r"Mo e'ir r tobacco and cigarette*
Of the Varieties
and beautiful than when made electrio lights from water ; engineering following :
Ichsha tIbbala
., / "l"0 from SXOO to$ 00 par gll n. charge of our school, superb power
Pt attention to telegraph and mail resume with radiant by the "southern silver moon." draughting, and complete
session general
Porto Rico
"on. Terms arU.J. has taught the past Egyptian Queen Gotten Queen Ripley Qieeo Jmoot*
Cash. Coo "Here wavelets break on silver sands, plans and specification* furnished.THEJOHNSON ,
I>. CBABB, Aft.P '
and moonbeams weave their golden Cayenne Pernimbaco ud Red
Spanish. TV ;
Thomas Barbour and her *. bands." LAW CO., / ,
left for New York on Mona Apply to O. C. MATTHAMS. Florida Pineapple Ce*
" be W you need any Job printing, w Mm. ;Vo the regret of their many Tuesday evening the people of Rock Jacksonville. Fla. West Palm JBeaeb, n*.
pleased ytr.
| to get a share of it. msuumsmm

11I I

HMMmmmuumti RWIrlTOrT1**"*. MMM stttfitkVaa1 "WHETmm* ,.MM M** :MmL. .#* ,,%*) ,Mui llllislitYl uluJu iiaaaMla{ I

INDIAN fi'lVEtt ADVOCATE, APRIL 8,. 1898.t .

The successful growers ol
Arthur Tomltnson, of Scarboro',

England, brother of Mr. narvey Tomlln- CATHARTIC

Oranges son, purchaser of supplies for the F. E.C. .

Hotel System, St. Augustine, has the

have found out that only by following to say about precious stones
In the Tatlerl From time Immemorial

the liberal use of fertilizers containing precious stones have had a peculiar fascination

for men and women. Perhaps

10% and over of actual no gem has hod a more peculiar career, !

If we may so"use the term, than (heopal. *
In the days of the Roman Empire

Potash this stone' was prized above all others,

and It is on record that the, possessor ofa

fine specimen having to choose between

can they raise large crops ol possession or exile, took the latter.In .

later years the opal fell Into disrepute

well flavored, richly colored through the vagary of fashion. ItIs

difficult to assign the precise cause,

fruit.. but many think it came about through

We have tome tpecial circular* and pamphlets the allusion in Sir Walter Scott's "Anneof

on this subject. They are free. Send Gelerstein" to the ill luck supposed

(or them. to be attached to the possessor of the

.,GERMAN KALI WORKS, stone. Certain it is that for years the
MiM St. N.w York.
) ,
91 opal has been under a cloud owing to

the superstition of its being unlucky;

PERSONAL CHATS. but, presto! it Is now by many hailed asa

lucky stone, and more opals have been

The Marquis of Lome boa grown Tory cut and sold during the past two years

much stouter lately.Thrt than in the previous decade.

Marquis of Bute, whoso fiftieth This Is as It should be, for surely in all

birthday was recently celebrated, .has the category of gems there is nothing

hud the tltla sinoe he was about a year more beautiful than the opal. Speaking

old. generally, there are two kinds, the flash

Brndi-haw's originator, Mr. Robert opal and the, Harlequin opal. In the This space reserved, for new

Dlgglos Kay, has juHt died in Bouthport, former the color is, as it were, in iiakes,

England. Though he edited the guide whereas the Harlequin has a marked Time-table// E. C. By.

for.41 years, he lived to bo 87 years ofago. appearance. Fine specimens of either

have, however, about the same commercial
President McKlnley has received from
value. In choosing an opal, plumpness
the of book and
pope a copy a describing i
in shape and variety of color are
illustrating the Dorghese apartments in
the Vatican. Only 100 of the books 1tn8 maln features, Those of the bluish SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES ) *>

were printed.No tint with no other hues Intermixed have

fewer than four of/the/ British been sold by the bushel, but their real Finest Culaine ami Service, No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York.Tha ft

commanders in chief in India hare been value Is'nominal. Formerly they'were' Fleet la composed wf the following Handsome New Steel Steamers i"Comanche"

Scotchmen Lord Clyde, Lord Strathnairn chiefly got from mines in Hungary belonging , "Algonquin," "Iropols"Cherokee; ," "Seminole."

Sir Donald Scott, and now Sir to the Kotlichllds, but latterly

William Lockhart.8ir there has been a big find In Queensland North-Bound.
Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide
Edward Sassoon, who baa bought and large Importations from there have From JACKSONVILLE, FLA., (calling at Charleston), Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursday;.
Barney Barnato'a London house, is' a From CHARLESTON, S. C, - Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
grandson of David Bassoon Hebrew been made.The For hour of sailing see"Clyde Line" Schedule,or Jacksonville and Charleston daily papers.
'- opal Is a soft stone and the constant *
of Bagdad, who made a great fortune South-Bound.
in the India and China trade., .passing of a glove'over it will In Steamers are appointed to sail from rier 29, East River, New York, at 3 p. m., as follows t
time cause *the surface to become For CHARLESTON,8.C., 3Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Miss L. M. Johnson, M. D has- Just For JACKSONVILLE,FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays.Clyde .

been admitted as a student at the Mary. dimmed, but it Is easily repolished. Now England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.)

land College of Pharmacy, She Is the Queen Victoria is very partial to this (Calling at Charleston, S. C, both ways)
first female student the institution bos gem and has made many presents of itIn STEAMERS "DELAWARE," AND "GEO. W. CLYDE"*

bad since its foundation in 1841. recent years as wedding souvenirs. are appointed to sail as follows t '
Street Jacksonville, From Lewis'Wharf,Boston,
Julian Ralph, who baa boon living in Indeed, it is probable in England, anyhow From footofHogan THURSDAYS.' FRIDAYS.i .

>' London for the past year and a half, is her example has in a great measure i i iClyde's

now contributing two or three articles a led to the revival of taste for this St. Johns River Line.DK
week to the Loudon Daily Mail. Some .
great beauty of nature, defying as It
of his artioles are devoted to his experiences ( 1IARY LINK)
. does all efforts of man to Imitate.
in England. Jacksonville,Palatka, Sanford, Enterprise, Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River.

Sumner A. Leach of Pleaaantville, The elegant Sidewheel Steamer ,
Knox county, Ma., has thehat that his WImo tha World Bmobm Overpeopled."In "CITY OF JACKSONVILL.K,"

great-great-grandfather wore at the time about 280 years," said the scientist CAFT. W. A. SHAW. j

of his wedding, 140 years ago. It waa a ,' "when the world's population exceeds

block beaver with a very wide brim and 0,004,000,000, the earth will M Leaves Jacksonville, Is appointed to sail as follows: 3 30 p. m. dally,except Saturday The Tropical Trunk Lino
unable to find nourishment for hei ,
cost |T when now.Mrs. Leaves Sanford .m. Enterprise1' SmJO a. m. daily except Sunday
and will be forced eitheito
people, thoy
Beocher of NOHTII BOUND.
Jerome. has
given $45,000. to the Chicago Orphan cannibalism or starvation." Read down. Read up. Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway
"And think said th . Arrive 2.00 a. m.
papa, < Leave 8.30 p. .Jacksonville.
asylum for'a new main building and ,
Leave m
l'alatka p.
daughter, "what trouble there'll be foius 8.40 p. .. 2.30 m. JOSEPH H. DUEKEE Receiver.IT .
A. Fuller and Otto Young, 3 00 a. ..t Astor. ? p. ,
S'illiam to through the crowds the bicycles ... 1.00 m.
1 have added get on 4.30 .St. Francis.... p.
Chicago, 910,000 I" Yonkers Statesman.Notice. a.a.. Heresford.Blue 12 00 a. m.
each for two cottages.Johann 6 00 a. Springs 11.00 a. m.
Arrive 8.30 a. .. ..Sanford 9 00 a. ru.
Strauss has gone for a short 9 25 a. > ....Enterprise 9.30 a. m.Gen'l .
etay at Baden. As he ordered a largo .
bundle of tuusio paper to be sent there Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W.Bay St., Jacksonville.

for him the Viennese are
Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Circuit
,Jr. Fla,Pass. Agt.
another walta or perhaps an operetta Howard. Superintendent. F.SI.jBowwONOitn ,
of Florida, Brevard County, A. D. Foot Hogan St.Thro. 201 West Bay St,
from him before long. 1808. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.W. .

Lieutenant Winston Churchill of the Emily F. Mix .G.Eooiw,T. M., .H.WARBUTVrOJt, T.P.A., W.H.'HBKOERSOir, E.P. A.
VS.David Bill for Divorce.In .
Fourth hussars of Lady
son Randolph
Churchill, formerly Misa Jennie Jerome, bill
Uia of exhibited
appearing by complaint
P. CLTDE A CO., General Agent*,
daughter of*the late Leonard Jerome of and Hied In said cause and tha affidavit snowline;Oreen,New*York. 19 So. Delaware Ave., Philadelphia.Jho.L. .
of complainant's;solicitor, that tha defendant
New York it
acting as war correspond' David K. Mix, I* a non-resident of the State
cat for the London Dally Telegraph InIndia. of Florida, anil residua towltIn Long Lake*Id
the State of New York, within the United States.
Now you, the said David K. Mix, be and appear Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad.
Colonel Isaac M. Morrow, lately appointed before the Judge of our Court on tbe

immigration inspector of Detroit SECOND DAY OF MAY, A D 1808, New Florida and Northern Air Line and Florida Trunk Line.
to answer said bill of complaint,or a decree pro
fought through four wars the will be entered against and the
oonresso you Time TaWe In Effect Janoary 93, 1808.
ne between! Uruguay and the Argon'tine complainant will be allowed to proceed expartewltb

Republic,' the war against the It la her further said online.ordered. that this notice be publlHhed NORTHERN ?3
Florida Semlnoles, the Mexican and In the Indian River Advocatic, a newsF S3 oofix 6i
civil wars. F |ier published In said county, once a week for
our consecutive weeks. ..Jacksonville..ArLv. nopA 15a834a 9 25p 86oa
According to the Westminster Gaactte Witness, the Honorable John D. Ilroome, ... .tYulee ArAr..Fernandlna 835pTBOp 6 10a730a
the reason no biography has Judice of said oourt, and the seal of said court ,..LvAr. sooa650a
ever at the court house in Tltiisvllle, Florida, this .... Everett ......ArAr. 64Rp 630aVlSa
been written. of Mr. Delano, the late 2Jrd day of March, A D 181)8.A. . Brunswick. ..LvAr. 4Aa 54p Dally, t Dally except Sunday.
editor of tho London'Times, is that the A. STEWART, .. Savannah. ....LvLv. 32a Ulna 4 4.1V Trains 23 and 78 carry Pullman Sleepers between St.Louis and St.Petersburg,via raw" '
., Savannah .. ..ArAr. 8 24a 5 00a 9 50a 4 35p Trains 37 and 38, New York and Florida Special, carry through Pullman Vestilmled 81 p
proprietors of The Times baye always [t 8.] Clerk Circuit Court.inartSaprSl Fairfax, 8. C.Lv SOHa225a 8 ana 2 2ftp134p Dining cars between New Tork and Tampa. j forbidden it Recently a fresh 'appeal C, It. Stewart, D. C ..Denmark, 8C 4 00a Trains 21 and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati "" <

was made to them, but, It is said, without "" Augusta, Ga "" 5 2<)a1169a Train 23,leaving Jacksonville dally at 9:12: a m., arrives at Hawthorne at 12:11. G1?
Columbia, 8. C. 8 30ii400a 1247aS.K'p at
1:00, Ocala 1M p. Leesburg 3:50: Brooksville 5:40: p. m. Train leaving Jacksonville ,
SUi Sheriff's Sale. Spartanburg, 8 C'" arrive* at Oakland 3 KT p.m., Lacoonbee 6:40 p.m.,Tarpon Springs 8.20 p. m., Clearvtw
Aaheville,N. C. 2
0Rp m., St. Petersburg 10-00 p.m., daily except Sunday. *
Charlotte,N. C. 10 OOp 9 25a W. B. COFFIN, o.n.ACKKns,
STAGE, GLINTS.fl and by virtue of an Alias Writ of "" GreenBbnro.Salisbury, N.N.C.C"" 2 47a13na 8 T 50p 7p620p 817a705a General Superintendent. General PMWK"w
execution Issued out of the Circuit Court
Danville, Va. 12 20aioMp 650a20na
Charles Frohman has scoured Henry for Brevard county. In a cause therein depending Richmond,Va. 12 00n
wherein It. 11. MtiCormick Is plaintiff "
Arthur Jones' latest play, Tha Liars. and D. 1*. Gibson la defendant, I have levied Lynchburg Charlottesville Va., 8 5f 4 2 0Rp 3 40a165a LINK
> 27p
and will sell at publlo auction in front of MALLORY STEAMSHIP
upon '
Washington 6 11 15a 10 4.1a
Laura Bart is going to London to dom OOp
the court house door, at Tltusvllle, during tbe Baltimore 8 OOp 9 42a 9 20p
turn in the musio halls instead of appearing legal hours of sale, on ' Philadelphia 2 8l.p 7 2 in her new play. MONDAY,THE 2nd DAY OF MAY,A D 1898, >ew York UlOp 12 15a00p 4 SOp
to the highest and best bidder for cash, the following "... .Boston 12 00n 9 00a Florida, New York,
Charles Cbghlon is going starring in described property of tho dofenduit, Philadelphia and BosttJ
one of his own plays. It is a historical sltnated in Brevard county,Florida, to-wlt i 8.C)to See
Beginning at a post on the west Bhora of the SLEEPING CAR 8ERVICK.Nos. From Brunswick, (via P rt Koyal
drama laid in the time of George IV.Nance Indian River in Section 2ft, township. 80, south .31 and 32, New York and Florida Limited Vestibule, between Sew York, Jacksonville and PASSENGER SERVICE.
range 3D east,whence a palm 10 indies in diameter Cnmbeitond
O'Neil's real name is UertrrfdeLnmson. marked B T bears 48 degree* north, M .3A anil 36 Fast Mall, Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville, and the Cincinnati Via* Fernandina.Lv . F.. C. & P. Ky.Fernandina and 1* F
She la impressing New Yorkers links distant| also a palm 14 Inches in diameter Sleeper via Ashevllle. Jacksonville 8.BrnnswicK am; Lv. Sundav.
marked X bears north 48 degrees, east 24 Nos.'37 ami 38 carry through sleepers between Jacksonville and New York In connection with HSO p m. Daily except
as the leading lady of a stock com links distant; thenee northwesterly along, the 8 and 13 and 5 and 10 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville ami Tampa.No. Via Everett;, alf railuF. C.& P. Ry, n l SoI fijr
pany. river shdre 040 chains to a poet about 10 feet .3H carries the Cincinnati and Florida Limited, with the Tamp t, Cincinnati,St. Louis and nville 4.00 p m; Ar Brunswick 7 0 p m
north of the wharf, from whence bears a palm l'i Kansas City Sleepers. These are brought to Jacksonville by No.33.Jnion allowed on board for supper Thursdays.
Annie Russell will create the leading Inches In diameter marked B T, bearing north All hi Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city ticket
part in Charles Frohman'a production :ih degrees, west three links distant; ana a palm office, 202 Hogan street a*well a* at the Union depot ticket office.R. .
12 Incites in diameter marked H T, bears south SJ W. CAMPBELL, Passenger Agent. J. K. Id AILS HALLTicket Agent, 203 W Bay St., cor. PROPOSED SAILINGS tLv.
ot Joseph Arthur's new play, "The Salt degrees east, 11 links distant: thence northwesterly ITogan, Jacksonville. WALTER OOLEMAN,Gen'l TravelingG. Agent,Jacksonville.Pass. .New Tork, Pier 21 E.R.,3:30p.: m.*, '(Standard Time.) iv.Bn
v along the river shore to Blackshear and Augustine, Fla. .
of ttie Earth. M. HOLDFN,T. P. A., St. A. O. Agent.IJucklen's .
Kason's southeast corner; thencs northeasterly Friday, Mar.18 * ...RIO GRANDE -/sat
Francis Carlyle has been engaged by.Charles at right angles to the general course of the Friday, Mar.25 ; COLORADO.... .... ., .. ,,
Frohman channel of the river at this place, to the edge of Friday,Apr. 1 ... ... RIO GRANDE... ..
to iu "The
appear said channel) thence southeasterly along the Arnica Salve. Two Beautiful Pictures Free. Friday, Apr. 8... COLORADO > .. rridar.
White Heather," at the Academy of edge of the channel to a point opposite the Friday, Apr. 15.. RIO GRANDE ,
starting! thence southwesterly at right angles
Music New York.Johnstone 1a
to the general course of the channel of the river The best Salve in the world for cuts, Two large beautiful colored For general information,steamers,trains,rates, eto.,apply to >r **SUsCHAS.
pictures St.
Bennett, who announced at this place to the point of beginning.Abio .DA VIES.Agent,220 W. Bay
beginning at a post on the west shore of bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever for framing, free; also four copies of the ,<5a. _
she was going into a convent two years the Indian River in Section 2S, township 30, sores, tetter, chapped-hands, chilblains, famous illustrated H.H.RAVMONTJ, General Southern Agent, Brunswick ,v.
magazine. Up to Date C. H.MALLORY 303 Broadway
General and
20 E. River
south 38 east,whence tree 10 inches Agent, Pier ,
a paloi
ago, now declares she Is going Into trade range corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively to anyone who wants them.
In diameter marked B T, bears 44 degree* north,
and manufacture neckties, 1J links distant: also a palm 14 Inches in diameter cares Piles, or no pay required.It Each issue of Up to Date has beautiful
Cleo do Merode received for marked X,bears north 48 degrees, east 24 is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction colored front and back, and from forty
links distant; thence, run southeasterly along refunded. Price 25o. Remember that the Indian River ""
at Koster & Rial's, New York, $1,696 aweek. tbe shore of Indian River to the northern boundary or money per to fifty large humorous pictures by the Advocate does all kinds -The Advocate "/ n
Chaffee A Co. of
box. For sale by T. S. famous artists of America. job printing tM d
of land now or formerly owned by one Will keep free tobacco seed ,
Marie the seriocomic at "short ,
English Heckles, thence run northeasterly at right angle* AKdaeatYonir all the family In good humor for a whole notice. Send them an order with Insnu
and some1
was paid $650 a Week. to the general course of the channel of the Indian month. and be convinced that it is the place to Call get ,
> Bowels Caeearete.
River M this place, to the edge of said ) have its cultivation.fc3r .
Maude"Adams' tnade her stage debut channel, thence run northwesterly along the Candy Oatbartle.oure constipation forever.10o,2So. Your two pictures or any other two of job printing done.JfT .
in Son Francisco aj the tender age of 8 edge of said channel to a point opposite the If C.C.O.fall,dmsglatarefund money. six you may select, set in gold frames,

months in James A. Heame's "Heartsof angles starting to point the general; thence course southwesterly of the channel at right of will be sent you free qf Charge if desired 'We would esteem the favor if Subscriber, jo [** ? &*
Oak." 8he la now In her twentyfifthyear. the river at this place to the point of beginning.mar2Sapr29 [Remember, the Advocate, Titus. after seeing them. Enclose 10 cents in leaders, when writing our to the>name-and-date "Pg" ,*
or calling
rifle does all kinds of iob printing. Give silver to upon
JOSEPH P. BROWN, stamps or pay postage and our advertisers to paper or wrapper
purchase merchandise your
us a share of work.] packing. Address to .
Sheriff Brevard Co. your Up Date, Chicago. etc., would mention the Advocate. arrears, please remit.ir'


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THE KNOWING TOURIST. OUmpeee e* the R-MUwm Ce-eorealy. 13AU OALLIK.

Some Interesting glimpse* of the
Opened 6<- And the Information Be Oeta From tke working of the Russian oen-brship,
Placid EAU GALLIE, Brevard Co., FLA
Good Matured Mttln.A *
Jinuary 1894 which was maintained even against 1116 HOlGl uHUlclQE
person whom the tourist always French journalists during President m BlIe> 80Uth of Jackllon.ue., 15 ,,.

center of the city, on Main Street, the dlv ding line between east and west meets is the good natured man who is Faure'a visit, are given in a letter from south of Rockledge, on the Indian River and F. E. C. R'y. Near Ban Oallle rivet,

from Bay. Everything entirely now Elegantly furnished throughout ready to supply any amount of information the special correspondent of the London opposite mouth of Banana river. Unexcelled boating, fishing and haaUbif.
SorCulsineand Service. Bus meets all trains, Terms *_>.50 per day and all of which is inaccurate. He discourses News in St. Petersburg: Matchless climate; no malaria. In tho famous Indian River orange and pineapple
S. Peclal rae8, by th0 Week* JOUjr S. BOWEN, district. Launch for nso of guests. Klrst-class home-like hotel. Rates, i.J>o t*
Proprietor volubly to the people about him
after the
"Calling at a news agency
$3.00 per day. Special rates oy month or season. Open all the year.W. .
averring, for Instance, that Mount review I learned that the.censor had II. II. Uleason, Real Estate. GEO. G. GIJEASON, Manager.
Adams is ten feet higher than Mount gone to dine In the country and would

Washington, that all the water 'for the not be back before 8 o'clock, np towhioh #
layelers' Hotel. < Summit House is pumped up from the hour no telegrams could bepassed. WEST PAI f DKACir. .!

. base of the mountain by a hydraulic This was tantamount to outting

ram, that Pike's peak is aa high above off foreign correspondents from telegraphic
|thts hotel is now under new management, and lias been thoroughly renovated the timber line as Mount Washington communication with the rest of

all Trains, and Electric Cars is altogether, and so on.Oue the world for the night. The outlook; Seminole Hotel l H
pass Bath
J i and
litisreniences on every floor rooms' al of these men of "vast and varied seemed hopeless when a high, Russian

OPEN ALL TIIE TEAR.fctes misinformation" was encountered by a official, who has the priviltigo of pasing 4
correspondent of the Boston Transcript *telegrams, kindly.consented to look OPEN ALL THE YEAR. f

:' Amerloan Plan, $2,00; European, 50o to $1., Special by the week on board the steamer whioh plies between over mine. It was a great favor. The WEST TALM BEACn, FLORIDA.

FELIX OAKCIA Boston and Plymouth. He was improvised ouusor objoctod, however, toa
This hotel is built of brick and has ronvenlenrs. CXose ts
engaged in assuring a lady passenger story about M. Faure'a I overcoat, and substantially every >
the "old the railway depot. Free 'bnss to and from trains. Boats attached to the hoteL
thatj ships" which she saw at Hewaarery
accordingly I had to, suppress with tackle board the of Rates from anl
ilshlng for use $3.00 day
on guests. per
Cor. Bay & Bridge Sts. the World'a fair ut dot '
Elliot JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Chicago were sympathetic. 'I know, he upwards; special rates by the week or niontlu : i
Under new management. Each department those in which the pilgrims came to said, 'you must be metaphorically GEORQE.ZAPP, Proprietor.

.furnished absolutely new with all modem improvements. Plymouth, but the very ones in which gnashing your tenth,,but I should get
Overlooking the St. Johns River Columbus' expedition discovered America. into trouble for passing your telegram ran
din three blocks of the UAlon depot, Clyde S. S. Co., and new postofflce. All if there were anything objectionable init MIAMI.Graham's .
door. ,
the Free Bus.aites .
trio cars pass "But just what was the, Mayflower One of my French colleagues wired
: European, 60c, 75o., $1.00 and $1.50 day. American "
day. per from $2.0ior like? asked the lady. "Was she" anything that the Grand Duke Alexis waited hull ISO rooms. 800 feet of broad piaasas.
like this steamer we re on? an hour at the lauding stage. He wm
M. O. FINLEY The most complete office in South FlosIda. -
"1 don't exactly know," answered pulled up by the censor with the remark Large, light and airy dining-room.
Jacksonville, Fla.ST. the encyclopedio gentleman. "All I'm 'A Russian grand duko waits for Hotel TABLE UNSURPASSED.
sure of is that she was a side wheeler!" *
nobody. A friend of mine was about Rates $2.50 perday and .
This story reminds The Free Press of to write that the czarina had grown MIAMI, FLA. : GRAHAM, rropiloter.hote .
Plymouth of some of the historical information slightly stouter since she was in Paris,

which the people of the pilgrim but refrained. I stated the faot, and it
town get from excursionists on allowed "
was to
BUCKINGHAM Opposite the Ilotel Alcazar and Alameda. their streets. An example was this remark pass. : CODiTOLLT,
Wide verandas
e m-
picturesque lawns. Home-like delivered
ruminatingly by one
and comfortable. Rates moderate.GEO. For Stamp Collector*.
tourist to another on their way down "canceled'' MIAMI, FLORIDA. *
NOW OPEN. 0. HOWE, Proprietor. to the boat Afghanistan stamps are
"I : that Pocahontas and Captain by having a piece torn out of each Perfectly new hotel with all modern Improvements. Located on park, one
John suppose Smith have walked and stamp. Incidentally a piece of tho envelope block from Hotel Royal Palm, commanding splendid view of Bisoayne Buy. liaUM
up or letter is torn out at the sitnietime. $3 per day and upward. Special rates by woek or month.
Ocean Yiew Hotel down this street a hundred times 1"
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.Iljpder From a collector's point of view
The climax of misinformation is surely
this is a barbarous proceeding, and we

new and liberal management. ITandsome and home-like; located one capped by another excursionist at hope that the new idea of canceling MAGNOLIA Sl KINt 8, FLA.
Ik south of Plaza; within seventy-five feet of the old sea wall and fronts on the Plymouth, who had got into a discussion stamps by branding them with a red-

Bttiful Matanzas Bay, with an unobstructed view of the Atlantio Ocean, Anask with still another over the question hot platinium wire will not be adopted.
Island and Old Spanish Fort. Rates, $2 to $2.S0 per day. Special by the of who discovered America., Yet this has been suggested in some of ON THE ST. JOHNS RIVER,2d rnileai
Open all the year. F. C. HAYDEN, Manager. "It was George Washington, of the German papers. If It is ever adopted Magnolia Springs Hotel south of Jacksonville by rail er boat.
Delightfully lonated. Pure water.W.
course, said the second man."Not spring
we shall have to collect '
at all," answered the other."It stamps only.A Excellent shooting and ilshlng. F. INOOLD, Manager.O. 'mi

HO 1 was William Telf"Ilia German philatelist classifies collectors D. Seavey Co., owners.AVoNt rim
as follows: 1. Beginners. S. Average ,
located.. Fronting the OldSpanish Plaza and the Atlantic Plea For Merer.In collectors. 8.c Serious collectors

Splendid view from its long and broad verandas. Rates, $2.00 per day and a hog stealing case in a Georgia (whose albums represent a value of
fiird; Special rates by the week. First-class table board at reasonable rates. justice court the judge asked the prisoner $10,000)). 4. Important cofltwtors (collections Const Hotels.

Hits. A. S. PELL.tOTEL what he had to say for himself.He worth $25,000)). S. Prominent

hesitated/a moment, then, stepping collectors ($50,000)). 6. Great collectors FLORIDAGULF
forward said
(who have spent over $100,000 on their
MAGNOLIA ATOTOxni "1 stole dat hog, jedge yer honner collections
w_ but 1 wants you tor make de sentence
The that the government purposed
[The Ilotel Magnolia is being renovated .and Improved. Will open January light, 'kaso he got 'way fum me no less to report ohange the color of the 2 cent COAST HOTELS--

Rates, $2.50 per day and upward. dan six times, en I sprain two legs en stamp from red to green as a measure -

GEO. C. HOWE, Proprietor, one arm fo' 1 finally" kotohed htm en got of economy brought out a flood of pro
him de fire. Atlanta Constitution.
tests. Any Intention to use green instead

of red could be carried out for a ON

ST. AUGUSTINE, FLAA Lack. few months only, as all the governments
e St. George Arizona Couutry Editor This hasJoornall.tlo the will /
represented at postal congress
Family Ilotel. Transient, $2.50 and up; been a lucky day for me. aim to bring about uniformity in color PLANT SYSTEM.
My, single rooms $15 to $17.50; two persons occupying one room, $25 to $35. Faithful WifeIIas some one boon Into [j>-
comfortable, homelike family and transient hotel in the South in stamps of different countries of practioally -
; occupyhe pay a subscription?. f. *
most central location in the city, corner St. street and the Plaza in the same denomination.. Red is
George ,
proximity to the large hotels, casino, bay, postofSce, old Cathedral, etc.is. Editor Well, n-o, it wasn't as lucky the color adopted for stamps of 2 cents Tampa, Fla.- TAMPA BAY HOTEL, Now Open.0
but I shot at and tuisued. -
C. D. Tyler, owner <&?prop. 'John Jay Bknson, Manager.frfc as that, was (10 centimes, eta). Harper's Bound D. P. HATHAWAY, lfftiKer. %
New York Weekly.Bnnetmck.. Table.

Port Tampa, Fla.TIK, INN' Now Open.

FlreprooQns Wood. .** J. H. MUllDICK, Manatcer.
OPEN THROUGH APRIL. "Why, Jimmie, what was that yelling Another method of flreprooflng wood

Beautifully and centrally located. I hoard from your back yard thid has been brought forward this time Winter Park, Fla.thr sbminolk, Now Open.

Well appointed. Elevator, steam morning?" at Hurlingbam, where the British Noninflammable A. K. DICK, Mstnagor.t

heat, gas, electrio bells, excellent "It was a sunstxuck case, ma'am." Wood company has given
water, and large, well-shaded lawn. "A sunstruck case?" an .exhibition designed to demonstrate Ocala, Fla.Belleair .- .THE OCALA HOUSE, Now Open.Nqw .

Rates reduced from $4'to $2 and "Yes, ma'am. I'm the son.',' Nuggets. < the security against fire of buildings V. V, HIIOWN, Manager.

|3. _________ constructed with timber treated by
J. T. SKILES, Uopeleu Pat. their new process. For the purpose of Fla.- TIIE BEM.EVIEW, Open. "!jft$
the experiment two buildings about 11 >W.A. 1IA1UION, Manager.
Pat Sure I've lost me dog, an Oidon't f
feet and 80 in height had been
W. W. rALMER. know wot to da square the hotel now fif
set up similar in all respects, except Punta Gorda Fla.- punta qokda opeF. ;

Formerly Hotel Magnolia. Reporter Why don't you' advertise that one was made of "treated" timber H. AIIKOTT, Manager.
for him?
and the other of ordinary timber, eaoh
Pat But faith an th' dog can't read for Fort Myers Fla.Kissimmee THE FORT MTERS HOTEL, Now Open.T. .
being also furnished with a chimney .- "
It if I da Detroit Free Press. '
the purpose of creating a strong draft Manager.
and combustion. Outside of
Plenty of tbu. facilitating TIIE KISSIMMEE HOTEL, Now Open.
these houses, on the windward, firewood '
I'll tell
Witness Well, judge, yon *
and -shavings were piled, which were 1. B. HULLOCK, Manager.
all I know.
Judge All right, go ahead. Then set on fire simultaneously. In five minutes Send to each manager as to rates and rooms, and to the undersigned as to rail;
are two minutes yet before time to adjourn. the building Of ordinary way or steamship rates, or, sleeping car lines ind time cards. \
Fla. half
Inn well fire and in about an
| Holly * Daytona Brooklyn Life.Btr.DiMeMneUi. was on
hour reduced to ashes, while the other *D. W. WRENN, Passenger Traffic Manager,
Papa. structure remained intact save for the
of the woodwork .on the side Savannaa,- Ge.
Located on. the beautiful Halifax. charring
She I am so sorry, George. X told
The most pleasant and ample surroundings of any in the city.O. you papa would not-give hi* consent.He exposed to the direct action meanwhile of the
flames. A further test had
It would have been all right Ifhe
been applied by igniting a pile of shavings
hadn't wanted something to boot-
Proprietor.IALMETTO and fagots Inside, but again the
York Truth .NEW YORK.
New effect was merely to ohar the wood, .. ..

whioh did not break Into flame. A box,

HOUSE too, made i of the .treated wood and
which had been placed In the midst of

DAYTONA, FLORIDA.lis the ignited material wm afterward '%%( J ye;

drawn out practically uninjured. New *A
now open for'tbe winter season. Situated on the banks of the Halifax
F* Fine,bunting and fishing locality. York Sun.
|Best of accommodations and excellent cuisine. Rates moderate.

LEON DESPLAND, Prop. Pfee hel ey Pfctleawpfcy.Dsr *

vay uf der drstsgressor yds hart, fr

bud der barter der vay der bedder del

CORONADO BEACH.L tiaooole riders like id, sin'd Id*
De best vay to keep eesgkret is not

:to kaowed Id,
L Si(IP ffflfPl CORONADO BEACn, FLA.I Idolda young ladyfrleatuf mint

HUllU j 0a Panlnnu, oppoiito JTew Sinyrsa."Tdriiihlng Often all tfee yea*. dot she had a bee py her bonnet in, una1
,Ranting,and surf bathing; 10 mltei of hard beach; hotel carriages meet ail. she ranted to knowed uf Id ros ondterfgktrighd
> .. Kate*, a.oo per day; Special tates by week or month. Foetofflee, New Smrrma.Fla.W.
H. KKWKIX, Froj>rteer.TITUSV1XLE. aver qvisk.A tlM4t
sdlll.tongue may make a vise head,

bud moat beopies rould' redder bechackass %

mool den leaf defer tongue midouidt -

ekkseroise.'Money .
vox der rood uf all evil, und
We've had the"leaf"and we've had the__,
Bat now yon eee the great "big can." der most of us roe alvays looking Wnnreta.' . '

Snowing Hie fynpevthy. Men vot doand taff alnd alrays geenuses -
TITUSVILLE, nnd piUosophera Somedimes dejos
Landlady (at dinner) Do you sympathize
nursing a boil der back uider
yust py
Indian River.Fla. with Cuba, Mr. StarboarderT'Starboarder
Tea, Indeed. Na No neg on, alretty yet. New York

Spanish mackerel, thank yon. New Sunday World

York Journal.it A Coneld'ent* Father.A .

j. o. BAST, wealthy man went out hunting.He .

Mi5A Wt. t la stated that in six months of the was accompanied by an honest farmer

year American manufacturers can make and his son. The hunter accidentally

Open All Tlie Year. enough shoes to supply the 70,000,000 peppered the unfortunate -boy, who SOUTHERNERS The MORROW HOUSB....
people of the United btatea.A howled like a dog whose tall has been

London painter has trained a parrot crushed tndor the wheel of a furniture CRESCENT CITY, FLA.
Only a few minutes' to say"Wet paint I" When he is work- an,"whereupon his father said to th* Centrally located: convenient te the

walk from Railway stations lag with the brush, he hangs the bird youth: find good accommodations, at reasonable and steamboat landing*. Speoal -'
and Steamboat land in its cage on the fence which is being "Don't howl that way or the gentleman prices, at 74 Clinton Place. attention given to ceoamerclat travel.
ings.J painted, and so passersbyare warned ofiU will not let yon go along with him One door from Fifth Avenue, and close Only flrst-clawi hotel In the city epen iall
On the banks of the proximity. next time." New York Sunday World. to Washington square. Very centra?. the year, Rates, $i per day: spesial by
J'far-famed Indian River. Refer to editor of this paper. the week. IDA M. HECTOR.

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covery. State MIlHIa Mar be Needed. A Special Veft-etable Train.
The shell road la nearing completion, 4 *
Lovett St Carroll.
and by next Monday it will ba finished.Kef Adjutant General Patrick Houston baa The F. E. C. Rr Co., on Wednesday (Successor to )
directed the captains of the various companies last, the 6th Inst., commenced to run and
resiling showers have fallen the comprising the Florida State Ita special vegetable train dally, except GROCERIES FRUITS VEGETABLES, or All RicCrockeiy

past few days, which were very mucuneeded. Troops to use all efforts in getting tbe Monday, for the next ten days. Ibis '

full complement of men allowed by law road established a tri-weekly special Glass and Tlnwaie. Your patronage Solids

The trade-boat Merchant, Captain to each company.i train service March 22, for the Southern
Michael, was anchored off our docks the __. Express company to handle vegetables TITUSVIL1LE, FLORiD
first of the week. from stations on that line, and the results
To Protect the Game and Fish. have been, so satisfactory to all
Reading notice ads. on this page The Rev. Mr. Outland hold services In concerned that it hua been decided to Xjbba
are five cent* per Hoe per week. last to .
the Methodist church Sunday, The Brevard County Commissioners run thla train dally, except Mondays.

large congregations.Mile. will take the necessary steps to have a 4Garden Seed Fertilizers Staple &
Groceries Grain. Hay Fancy
Fancy Pineapple Slips & Suck* Zora will give another entertainment warden appointed by Oor. Uloxharo, for Groceries,
on the 15th Inst., at the City Hall. the protection of game and fish in this And Food Products-of all kinds. 'GralnnHay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal
for Sale.Abbakas n
erg The programme promises to be a good county. ROBBINS & GRAHAM Food and Wheat, We are tbe only bouse on Indian River dealing exclni ,1

Queen Golden one, confuting of a aeries of character the above line of goods, We invite your correspondence and solicit S
Egyptian' ,
and dances. Thla actress The Jackeonvllle-Nauaa Trip Cancelled.
songs young Very truly, E. L. BRADY A BRO
Queen, Porto Itioo. Smooth toMADDOCK Cayenne and will be ably assisted by J. Arlington Giltert ..Lowyors.To ,, Titusvlljf
Bed Spanish. Apply
A MATTHAM9, the popular and well-known female Owing to tbe discontinuance of the
"Palm Beach Pinery Impersonator and comedy sketch steamship service between Miami and WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND
West Palm Beach,,Fla. artist. All are cordially invited to attend. Nassau, tbe excursion trom Jacksonville Admission 2CcU. to tbe Bahamas, which waa to have started UNITED STATES COURTS. Losley, ,

yesterday from the metropolis over
Fancy Pineapple Plants. tbe F, K. C. Ky., baa been cancelled (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER A CO.)
Planting Orange Tree*, Tbls wll be a great disappointment to ABSTRACTS of Title Fnrnislied

Hardy, vigorous, grown without shelir those who had looked forward to enjoy Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rnms, Gins and mj
smooth-leaved Cayenne, Abbakaad County Clerk A. A. Stewart, of tbls ing the trip. for Lands In Brevard aid Dade
Jamaica Ripley plants /or aale.E. place, baa been having about 900 young Bottled Beers, Ales and vStout.A .

0. II. Ttkdall, orange trees planted on hU place at Coqiiina. Counties.We .
Waveland, Fla. The work has been attended toby XJfe Certificate* (or School Teachers. FIrst-clas3 Lino of Cigars. Billiard and Pool TabJ

bis sons, Me srs. Oscar and C. R.Stewart. Family and hotel trade Is soliciteoT. Prompt and. careful attention given 1 1orders.

Rare Chance. The first batch of life certificates, have a large List Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY A MOTLOW, Tltmvau t I
given only after three years of successful
teaching under a state certificate, of Lands owned by
For sale, on Rldgewood avenue, Day.tona The Joplter-Jnno Cecal. have been Issued by State r-upt. blieatsto cfc
a very nice resldenue and Improvod Dr. W. F. Yocum, president of the ourselves and clients. JL-s. Jb C. -E3CJX5aJE33FL
lot, in a desirable location. House la Will keep constantly on band a Full Supply of _
The dredge Matanzas, of the F. C. L.C. State Agricultural College; J. M. Guilllams : : [
now rented, and pay* ten per cent net. A T. Co.. lias fiulshed the lost cut in principal of Jasper Normal, and Price fo r unimproved
This la well worth
Address your attention. the above canal, and baa boon taken to Thou. F. McBeath, principal of the Jacksonville t CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE
F, L. A.,
Grammar school This life
Cars Advocate ofllco. the docks near Neptune, where she will certificate lands $3 to $100
forever the holder from
undergo needed repairs. The dredge exempts DRESbED AND ROUGH:
/*. ('hosier Is alito to be brought to the examination, and Is the highest which acre.WE .
ways per Work Bilck Lime Cement
and Turned Ciates
Also Mouldings of all dtsctiptj
1 BUT OR SELLConfederate for a thoiouKh overhauling before starting can bo attained In tbls state.Wanted .

to the head of the Halifax liver, tobfgin altiast rillo, lorirjlOffices
Money Bonds & the cut Into Matanzas river. The have a few Residence, Orange

Donny has letuined from the lower end in desirable
Grove and Pineapple Properties
POSTAGE SUMPS. of the canal, reporting everything In JA.ME8 Pbitchabd, President; W. M. Brown, VicePresidentC. -
good condition. To buy for cash, a one-half or onetbird locations. Prices Reasonable. S. Schuyler, Cashier.
Largest stock in the world. Address Interest la a good paying country

CilAS.' D. BARKER, Atlanta, Oa. store. Must be a good paying Investtnent -

Open Another Inlet. and a good village in Florida. TITUSVILLE INDIAN RIVER STATE BA!
Send full particulars toJamks i and MIAMI.
Notice. A very laudable movement is on foot ,
Patchogue, Long Island, N. T. unrtri tbi'TAwsof the State of
to opn another inlet into Indian River (Incorporated Florida.)
All members of the County Democratic atGluson'aout, opposite Sebastian River. East Coast Meat Market Authorized
'Executive Committee will please meet The out I* only 403 ft. to the ocean, and $100c
at the committee rot>ms at the court the oust to make it deep enough to allow The Nassau-Miami Steamboat Service tobe Paid up capital. $25,0,

liouse. Id Tltusville, on Tuesday, April the ocean to connect with the river Discontinued. F. DUREN, Agent.P Average deposits, $150,0
tilth, 181)8. I trust that all members would hardly exceed $1001). The opening ,
.will attend. Tom Johnson, of this inlet would be of oonsidetiable Notice waa given Monday by J. P.Beckwith .
Chairman.Courtenay. benefit to the fishermen of Indian River, trafllo manager of the Florida > Transacts a General Ban
and would be the means of bringing East Coaafc Railway, that, taking effect
thousands of dollars the that night, ths service of the Florida
many to East >US1U SS.
Eaat Coast Steamship Company, operating
Coast from the additional fish that
would come In through tbe new open between Miami and Nassau, would Largest and Oldest Bank 001Kxchangt
ing. be discontinued till further notice. Tbe

F. L Whttlock spent last Saturday In unsettled condition of affairs is given as sold on all Foreign Coutn
Cocoa.J. the reason. *
Death of Mrs. II. T. Norwood.It According to this, tbe Miami made P3Tltusville
G. Bait loft Tuesday for parts up her last trip on Monday night, when DIRECTORS:
jAS.PmrrcHARD.W.B Barxitt'Piof
tbe river.'D. la with much regret we chronlole Contractor McDonald, E. M. Ashley and the National Bank ot JackaoiiTUliIXtrku

Huot left for his home In Montreal the aad death of Mrs. H. Teague Nor R W. Parsons were among the passengers. (Vice-President National I
Tuesday.C. wood, whioh occurred at 10 o'clock, We understand they have gone Jacksonville), and W. M. Bbowj
Monday morning, from that fell dUeaae, to Nassau to re-open negotiations for Florida.iftraEEvas CORRESPONDENTS.Seaboard .
O. Blyth la spending a few days In consumption, at the residence In Tltusville the purchase of Fleming square, further National Bank of New. To*1 1Xattonal
Tltusville thla Bank of Jacksocrllle.TTX'USSVXJLiIJE
week.II. of Mrs. Emma Eaton ber mother. particulars of wblcb will be found on

II. Jenkins shipped 81 barrels ofm Deoeased, who Waa only about 20 yeaiaof our 2nd page. IT'X-'V.
Irish potatoes last week. age, had been 111 In bed for some time !
and her demise, though not en-
Jim Tlerney Is treating Farmer Sym- finst Champion Cyclists.If .
unexpected, waa a great shock,
sacs* store to a new coat f paint.Rev. and JACKSONVILLE. FLA.r .
naturally a great deal ofdlHtress There are a trio of champion cyclists tfc OBPH1NKIOIAINE
E. E. Johnson, of Cocoa, will among ber bear relatives and Messrs. Percy Wheelock and G. J. Ful- TOB1CIO od UQABET K HABITS. Jacksonville, Steam Dye Works $-
old divine service here next Sunday friends. The funeral took place onTueitday ford, of London (England), and E. Tay Adopted br th*D.8.Oovernmrat.r .
morning. morning at the LaGrange cemetery r laftrnMIIca ft lor of Paris (France with their train-
where the funeral services were Mew 8asfUrli for.Deloa Had Betas Sta.K MAINHARD BROS., Proprietors.TLTtLo .
'There la certainly some attraction era, ataying at that well-known hostelry,
preached Rev. W. N. Chaudoln
down tbe road for the Goode boy, as we a large concourse of friends and relat Ives. the Placide hotel, Jacksonville, of which y DHConse.Thirtyfive .
ace him up this way quite often.C. Mrs.Norwood born they speak very highly especially referring Ilowele With Caiearets.
was Lynchburg to Manager Bowen and Room Candy Cntlmrtlc, cure conHtlpatlon forever.
T. Harper and Mr. Jernegan attended Tenn., and bad only been mairled Cleik Driver. These riders have won 100,200. If C.O.O.fall,druggists refund money.MILLINERY. years' experience In Cleaning and Dyeing. Ladles and Genu' doting

the social danoe at llardeevllle last about three years, her only child dying nearly every event In which they have cleaned, dyed, repaired and pressed. All work guaranteed.
Saturday night and report a very pleasaui a short while after birth. Her relatives participated in Europe, and since they
time.We have the heartfelt sympathy of their 13 Newnan St East Side. JACKSONVILLE, FU
came to America have met with the v
friends and the Advocate '
many In their
noticed tho Misses Alice and BearlceSanders aad bereavement. same success. They are well pleased -
( and D. St.C. Nesbitt, of Inffi with the Jacksonville race track, and . .
dlanola, also A. J. Goode, of Melbourne, broke three of the world's records there) ESTABLISHED 1878.Wm. .
"" cut to song service here last Sunday, CHURCH NOTES.Servloes last week. The champions leave in and DRESSMAKING.
about a week's lime to nil engagements
in different parts of the United States. A. BOURS & CO.X .
are being held
every rooming
Micco.Mr. Monday exoepted, this week, at the -

Episcopal church, Tltusville. Services Signal Station* Along; the Eut Coast. GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZ
will alao be held thla (Friday) evening at
Williamson has started to shipping 7:30: o'clock. The usual Banter services 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE,'FLORIDA.
bis beans.Mr. will bo oondncted at tbls church on Sunday It la quite likely that within a very We handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock 0! 1
short time the erection
Knlokman returned to his homo next at 11 a. id. and 7.l" p. m., with all along" the Florida coast of signal will stations begin, Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both brlgtU
in Brooklyn tbls week. Holy Communion at the morning worship. These stations will bo manned by the dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.

John F. Dolanoy took of the Archdeaooo B. F. Brown will Naval Militia of the State, which is Star Brand rerti'lxers-Ouarar.teed Analysis,OranRO tree and Vegetable Fertllijer.rimOi
charge officiate. Bone, Nitrate Soda, Muriate of Potaah,Sulpnate Potash, Kalnlt, etc. These fertUianf
aoetoffioe last Friday. -% busily engaged practicing tbe signals superior in the market,and a trial will oonvlnce. Send for Catalogue free.
Services at tbe Presbyterian church, that will be used in such service. It is
Mr. Gleaaon waa in town, Sunday, Sunday, April 10th, by the pastor. Rev, stated that stations aa far south as Cape
looking for a row boat which he had lost Paul Ilelllgman. Tbe morning service Canaveral, on the east coast of Florida,
on the river. will bo especially appropriate to East* r. will be In what is known as district No. YOUR EASTER KLTA

Mrs. Harris has superintended and The church will be beautifully decorated 4. Houses will be built on the beach, Will be made thoroughly enjoy**
laid out a very pretty park at the depot, with (lowers, and the sermon will be on"The where naval officers will be stationed the accompaniment of a good dry **
which will be very attractive when com Resurrection of Christ," accompanied with telescopes to keep watch and report Burgundy, Bordeaux, Rhine, inert*
pleted.Tbat. by special Easter music. Subject to headqiinrters ahlpa sighted atsea. Champagnes. Tou can drink to toe (
of the evening sermon: "The Christian These stations will of course be bealtb of your'family in earnest bjrof
> Mall orders solicited.
good old 'forty-niner, C. W. Race, how to win it." You are cordially connected with a Government telegraph Satisfaction wines, if you urn
our high grade
Colyer, came down with Mr. Jerome and Invited to attend. line, and at each station there wilt be a guaranteed.Mrs. at the dinner. We have the
wife In their launch last week family
to call
bis telegraph operator. In tbe event of Helen W. Reynolds and choicest stock of wines and It'F"Jacksonville.
Brooklyn friends.Mr. .
war, things would be kept lively along .
Rf Till is getting John L. Day's BOARD OF TRADE MEETING. the East Coast.. Tltusville, Fla.Mr. CO
A ,
to look la JOHN CLARK SON
grove good shape, and unless
all signs fall, Mr. Day v.ill have fine No-To-llae for and deilw
a A specials meeting of the Tltusville ., W. J. Rugan, of Tropic, gave usa Fifty Ceats. Commission Merchants
crop of oranges tbls year, Board of Trade waa held Wednesday pleasant call yesterday. men Guaranteed strong, biooU tobacco pure habit, one cure,11. ,All makes weak Groceries, Grain, Coal, Wines 4 WJACKSONVILLE.
Mr. Ilapp bought a fine site hero be evening, at their rooms, to reoeive and druggist* FLA.OF .

fore leaving for the north, and Mr. Delaney confer with a delegation of the LaEx Consignmenta of country P>"
is having three acres cleared for Granee nd Mlms Good Roads club, solicited.
hi at jo set out an orange grove.Louta Mayor R. C. Scrirhgevur, in the absence
of the regular chairman, fudge Jones, COHEN BROTHERS.
Happ and daughters, Mlsa acted as president. ,
<** Christina and sister, Miss Tlllle, left for
Membeis : Troasurer Wm. M.
present .

They their homo will ,atop in Brooklyn at St. AuguBtlne last Monday.and Brady Brown and; aroietary R. W. Rhodes, J. U., of Bast the; exnou.E. L THE C. B. ROGERS 00.<

other points along their line. live committee; Father O'Boyle and J.M. Popular Dry Goods House Jacksonville Fla.

ii r. Delaney has shipped three fine Dixon, of tbe Banana creek collection Importers and Wholesale Grocers.

Horto Rico plants with apples on them committee; Fred A. Lo ley and. E. B.Wager. THE LEADIJMTDRV GOODS HOUSE IN THE STATE.To .
U> New York this week. One glance at Mr. Tom Johnson, of the< LaGrango ....Provisions Grain Hay Floni- Grits Meal Etc-
those elegant planU, which stood five and Mlros Good Roads club, 00 all who request we will send Samples free of charge. Write for Samples. ,

nn- feet high.will do more than columns Invitation, addiessed the Board, stating Try ItOur Mall Order Department; the most complete quick service. Sole Agents' for" confined to the <
of argument to show how little we were what they, aa a club, proponed to do In Cur business
hurt by tbe frost.J order to impfove the condition *of the Orders tilled earns day aa received. We pay express on all goods ordered of us to FAIRBANK CANNING CC. LION ot

roads between Tltusville and their respectlve the amount of $3.0Q qr over to any part of the State, when money accompanies BRAND CANNED '
towns. He said they had the the order. fIn MEATS. so
.Fort Pierce.Mr. coumand of $000, appropriated by tbe

County Commlsoionera for that purpose New Dress Goods and Silks Quotations made promptly on applied1WANTED.
in their district, beside which the members Spring Styles
Ilartstono paid Jensen a visit Sat of the club (i$ Id number} Lad Now Ready.

urday. # agreed to give free one hundred and Address:

Claim Agent Zehnbaur, of the F. E. C. forty days manual and horse labor. He COHEN BROTHERS,
E.'y, waa in town Tuesday asked the co-operation of the. Board in ..
securing the shell required at a reasonable Popular Dry Goods House,
Mr, and Mrs. Jerome* were pleasant price, and in tbls, after'Messrs. Jacksonville Hides
Florida. Furs Tallow
visitors In town Tuesday.Mr. Brown Wool Skins
> Wager, Brady and Rhodes bad Largest Alligator ,
and Mrs. Claude Olinstead left ona thoroughly discussed the question. It
visit to Eau Qallle last Monday. was unanimoualy agreed that tbe executive Bees-Wax by the
committee should act with the cNb, ,
( Mrs. X. Saunders, of Eden, was visit- t& procure shell, and co-operate with

lag friends in town Tuesday.A. them folly In their good road move I represent tbe Old Hartford, Liverpool and London and Globe, Aetna, SOUTHERN HIDE. & SKIN CO.

fr, M. Sample returned from ment. Tbe ways and means to bring
a short Providence- Washington, Fireman's Fund, and Sun Mutual.J3f REFERENCE
i% 4 and agreed upon. Tbe Board then adjourned. Lowest rates guaranteed. Write for rates, eta, toC Office, Bob Building. Hide Warehouse 446 to 448, J .Mnft
are sorry to see Alford Hall ou the Tbe next regular meeting will a SCnUTLER, Agent
list, and, wish him a speedy restek be Wednesday, April 13, 1898. Tltusville JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. .
Fla. We 6"" *
pay one-fourth to one-haU cent more per-lb. for hides than aoy


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